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ree workshop on using low cost beef
or the holidays is being offered at
mas Community College Thursday,
sr 19, from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
da Baker, home economist for the
i Beef Council, will conduct the Beef-
laworkshop in the college's Commun
iter room 117.
ormation about the workshop is avail-
:rom the college's home economics
656-2631, ext. 350.
Sports activities narrowly defeated bands
or concerts and dances as last year's most
On the question of type of music favored
for dancing, Rock and Roll outdistanced
the other choices by a wide margin. Coun
try Rock and Disco music placed second
and third respectively.
New and old comedy movies were the
top choices in the film category while volley
ball and tennis tied for the most popular
Under the cultural and special event
category, music was rated number one with
art placing second.
j growth rate of student enrollment
ckamas Community College has level-
t this year after an average growth
if 8% per year, said Chuck Adams,
or of administration and records at
of last Thursday there are 3500
its registered this term at CCC. This
iw more full-time students and a few
lart-time students than last year.
C, however, isn't the only community
e reaching a plateau in its growth
The statewide community college en-
snt is down 7% as of summer term,
e 'main reasons that enrollment is
ig out are cited by Adams as being
:ontinuously improving job market
he loss of benefits by many veterans
would normally be attending school.
five-week series on home repairs for
en is being held at Clackamas Com
ity College Tuesdays at 7 p.m.
The Lady Does Repairs" is a free
ram being taught by Dave Fenster-
ler of the college's maintenance staff,
formation about the program is avail-
from the college's home economics
irtment, 656-2631, ext. 350.
ne Oregon City Food Co-op opened its
s for business yesterday.
he co-op, located at 106 Molalla Ave.,
non-profit organization and offers high
ty nutritional food at a low price to
or information on becoming a member
le co-op call 657-0071.
tudents at Clackamas Community Col-
can now receive discount prices at
Dity Bowl in Oregon City.
itudents with student body cards can
'I for 55 cents a game during these open
Mondays from 2:30 to 6:30 p.m.; Tues-
, 3 to 6:30 p.m.; Wednesday, 11:30
. to 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 to 6:30 p.m.;
irsday from 2:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m.;
lay, noon to 6:30 p.m.; Saturday, 3:30
7 p.m.; Sunday, 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m.
after 7 p.m.
Clackamas Community College's classi
fied staff took a strike vote Tuesday, Oct
ober 5 which passed unanimously.
The decision to take a strike vote came
after management turned down classifieds'
proposal of a 6 percent cost of living in
crease, a 5 percent increment increase and a
1.3 percent increase in insurance. Manage
ment's last offer was a 4 percent cost of
living increase, a 2.3 percent increment in
crease and a 1.3 percent increase in insur
Negotiations will now go into fact finding.
The fact finding hearing is set for October
No. 9 supported
All 15 Oregon Community College stu
dent government presidents came out in
support of Ballot Measure No. 9, the nuclear
safeguards initiative, during a Board of Presi
dents meeting of the Community Colleges
of Oregon Student Activities Council held
last Saturday at Clackamas Community Col
Backpacking the Pacific Crest Trail from
Mexico to Canada will be reviewed in a
slide presentation to be shown at Clack
amas Community College Thursday, Oct.
21 at noon.
Scott Shuey will show slides of his four
and one half month trip along the Pacific
Crest Trail and talk about backpacking,
hiking and equipment.
The program will be in the college's
Community Center room 117.
Autumn, with leaves changing color
and crisp, invigorating days, makes the
college campus ideal for a gathering. This
gathering, though, is one with a difference.
It's an Indian Pow Wow.
The Pow Wow, which is being spon
sored by the Associated Student Govern
ment and Ouy Ka' Lah (an Indian culture
Club) and the Student Activities office,
will be held in Randall Hall, October 22,
23, and 24.
News of the Pow Wow has spread. Peo
ple are expected to come from Portland,
Warm Springs, Seattle, Canada, Montana,
Oklahoma and South Dakota. A camping
area will be made available to those that
need it. There may even be a few tepees
scattered among the campers and pickups.
Entertainment will be the dancing arid
drum contests. The drum competition is
quite different than what might be ex
pected. It isn't one guy battering away on
a snare drum and cymbals.
It will be eight people gathered around
a large drum, each with a drumstick,
pounding out a complicated rhythm and
Those participating in the Dance com
petitions, from tots to adults, will be
decked out in their finest outfits. There
will be $1,200 in prizes given away.
Besides the contests there will be booths
selling Indian crafts like turquoise jewelry,
beadwork, shawls, and ribbon shirts, which
are, as the name implies, shirts with rib
bons sewn on them. There will also be
food booths which will sell things like
fried bread, venison stew, and chili.
Artifacts such, as medicine pouches,
pipes and horse gear will be shown by
Shirley McDaniel and her daughter, Perri
McDaniel, Miss Indian Northwest.
A raffle will be held on the last day of
the Pow Wow for an $80 Indian blanket,
Indian Jewelry, and other items. Tickets
are 50Z each or three for $1.00. You
don't have to be present to win.
All proceeds will go to a scholarship
fund set up by Clackamas Community
College's Ouy Ka' Lah Club.
Jack & Jill
Infant sizes thru size 14
720 Main Street
An activities day for retired citizens is
being held Sunday, Oct. 17 beginning a
Horseshoe pitching, volleyball, table ten
nis, cards and pool are some of the sched
uled activities. There will be a dance from
5 to 7 p.m.
from throughout Clackamas
County are invited to attend this free
GARY H. RUUD
S ales &
During fall term registration the Associ-
d Student Government was passing out
luestionnaire on student body preference
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ackamas Community College