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ckamas Community College's "Ten
Report" has been awarded Second
in the 1976 School and College Publi-
Contest sponsored by
ickamas' "Ten Year Report" included
sage from President Hakanson, general
nation about CCC, a special emphasis
e surrounding community, the low cost
tenaing the college and education in
itirig excellence combined with photo-
y, layout, and design were the criteria
n selecting the 12 first place, 56 second
and 238 third place winners.
2C's entry was edited by Bill Shreve,
c information officer and designed by
and artist Dave Thompson of Inter/
. Christmas Bazaar, featuring various arts
crafts products, will be held Saturday,
. 20 from 10-5 and Sunday Nov. 21
11-5 in the Randall Hall gym.
he cost to craftsmen for two days is
without a table and $20 with a table,
rental fees will help support the Clack-
s Community College Foundation Scho-
¡pace is still available and advanced booth
rvalion is advised. For more informa-
call 656-2631 ext. 232.
Students who are enrolled in classes at
ckamas Community College but do not
indi class regularly should be aware of
implications of their behavior, said Art
nés, Counseling Department.
Stupents with a poor class attendance
ordlmay be flunked, given a grade of "W"
deleted altogether from the class roster,
r vdterans or students receiving financial
, such grades can cause them to fall
owlthe satisfactory progress or 12-credit
¡uirements for benefits, loans or aid.
This may mean veterans will have to pay
back benefits received and they may lose
their option to benefits. Students with finan
cial aid may lose future loans or aid, said
Hames encouraged students with poor
attendance records to get in touch with
their instructors or to see a counselor to
determine the most appropriate adjustments
that can be made.
Bigfoot lecture due
Peter Byrne, author of "The Search for
Bigfoot", will lecture Thursday, Nov. 18, at
Clackamas Community College's Community
Center Mall at 8 p.m. on Bigfoot and the
Loch Ness monster.
The public is invited and there will be no
ASG backs Nelson
The Associated Student Government in
last week's meeting voted unanimously to
support Bonnie Nelson in her quest for
adequate access facilities to the upstairs
of the art building.
Nelson is confined to a wheelchair and
has not been able to attend two of her
classes. She suggested installation of a stair
elevator lift which would cost an estimated
$1500 to $2000.
Jerry Bellavita, assistant to the president,
pointed out that it is the institution's respon
sibility to provide equal access for handi
capped people. He later asked for and re
ceived unanimous support for Nelson.
In other action three clubs were accepted
to the CCC campus. The NORML, FCA and
bowling clubs were all voted in while the
rifle and pistol club must wait for the next
ASG meeting for a vote of approval.
The Focus on Women program also re-
ceived support from ASG at last Thursday's
meeting. The council voted to fund 50%
of two upcoming special events slated by
Focus on Women.
Charlie Bennett, Vice President, gave a
report on placing color television sets a-
round campus to broadcast campus, local
and national news.
Blue Heron seen
Camera shy? So is the Great Blue Heron
which has been seen frequenting the Ecology
Pond at regular intervals once a day to fish
from the back side of the pond.
Several attempts have been made to catch
a picture of the bird while on the bank
fishing, but every time a photographer gets
near, the Heron jumps back into the brush
where he can't be seen.
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^lovçmber 11, 1976