The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, May 30, 1979, Page 5, Image 5

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    ym opens, promotes summer fitness
ke College will be buzzing
summer with the sound of
tents hustling to classes
Ling books and bags,, but
L will also be free time that
Ld be spent toning up
Lies and having a good
L through the summer
Ration program.
he Randall Gym will be
Lrally open Monday
|ugh Thursday evenings
16 p.m. to 9 p.m., accor-
| to Paul Fiskum, com­
ity recreation supervisor,
■weight and exercise room
jbe open Monday through
Irsday, 6 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Handicapped persons, eight
■sand older, are invited to
■cipate in mini-track meets,
■tiding special events for
■ and wheel chair par­
ents and running and field
Bennis lessons consisting of
■hours of instruction in the
Ijamentals of tennis, will be
liable for $12 through the
Clackamas Tennis Club. For
more information concerning
tennis lessons, contact Rich
Taylor, 656-2631, ext. 291 or
Clackamas Tennis Club, the
bicycle safety check will be
from 9 a.m. to noon on June
16 with the race following from
noon to 5 p.m. There will be a
sprint race and a distance race
for each of the following age
divisions: under 8; 8 to 10; 10
to 12; 14 to 16; and 16 and
over. Contact Taylor for more
A freestyle wrestling tour­
nament is scheduled for June
16. Weigh-ins will be from 8 to
9 a.m. and the tournament
begins at 11 a.m. in Randall
Gym. There will be open and
junior divisions of competition
in this tournament sponsored
by the Cougar Wrestling Club.
For more information, contact
Norm Berney, 656-2631, ext.
266 or 358.
A Territorial Days Tennis June 22. The fee is $2 per
Tournament is set for June 29, event.
30 and July 1 at the College
The greater Clackamas
courts. There will be singles, Open Tennis Tournament is
doubles and mixed doubles scheduled for July 6, 7 and 8 at
competition. Territorial Days the College courts. The entry
Medallions will be awarded to fee is $6 per person. Contact
the champions in each division. Taylor for more information-.
Pre-registration is required and
The American Cancer
must be received by Friday, Society benefit tennis tour-
nament is also set for July.
Contact Taylor for more infor­
Thre are also many other
recreational events scheduled
for summer enjoyment and
recreation. Contact Fiskum or
Taylor for scheduled and non­
scheduled activities.
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rads get ready
I The
bduation ceremony will~
Linon June 8 at 7 p.m. in
Randall Hall with a recep-
Li planned to follow in the
Immunity Center.
Indents are expeced to par-
Kcipate this year.
I Commencement speakers
[ill be three students, Mary
Buddy, Joe Woods and
ilia Chitty. Woods and
Chitty will present a dual
[peech. Speech instructors
Irank Harlow and Jane
liickenbaugh will be an-
Jouncing, and Gary Cor-
lelius, College board chair­
man, will present diplomas
|d certificates.
[The reception, for all
■dents, parents, staff and
bests, will begin im-
mediately after graduation in
the Community Center
cafeteria. It is being planned
by the College faculty wives
and College staff.
Students planning to par­
ticipate in graduation may
pick up caps and gowns, at
no charge, at the Student
through June 8, 8:30 a.m.
to 4:30 p.m. .Graduation
announcements are curren­
tly on sale at the College
A practice session for all
students planning to par­
ceremonies is set for June 7
at 3 p.m. in Randall Hall.
Students participating in
ceremony are asked to meet
in the Community Center
mall on June 8 at 6 p.m.
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