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About Cougar print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1976-1977 | View Entire Issue (Nov. 18, 1976)
Girls need leaders
are needed in Clackamas
County as Camp Fire Girl youth-group lead
Youth-group leaders spend a couple of
hours each week helping children work on
outdoor, craft, community action and edu
cational projects. They can also start theatre
or dance groups, help girls plan innovative
activities, learn skills and get in touch with
Basic training is provided for interested
students 18 or over. Volunteers are also
needed in public relations, fund-raising and
program development capacities.
Anyone interested call Lucy Cate, 653-
One of the newest faces in Canby is the
new community school coordinator, John
Falkenstein thinks he has one of the most
exciting and far reaching jobs in the area,
helping people accomplish what they want
to happen in the Canby area.
Presently he needs people to get involved
and is meeting with service clubs, setting up
neighborhood coffees, and making contacts
Interested people should call him at the
high school 266-5811 Tuesdays and Wednes
days all day, and Thursday mornings.
Focus on women
“Assertiveness Training for Women" is
the topic of the next segment of the Focus
on Women series.
This segment will consist of an orienta
tion session which will be followed by two
evenings devoted to small group discussion
and the practice of assertive behavior.
The orientation session will be held Thurs
day, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m. in room 117 of the
Community Center building and is required
for those planning to participate in the
The small groups will meet on Dec. 7
and 9 at 7 p.m. in CC-117.
All sessions are free.
a.m. to 5 p.m., and Sunday, Nov. 21, noon
to 5 p.m. at the Western Forestry Center.
The plants will be on display and avail
able for sale to interested students. Slide
lectures, clinics and demonstrations are also
planned. Money raised by this function will
go towards buying garden units for hospitals,
nursing homes, institutions and juvenile
Soviet view at PSU
Thursday, Dec. 2, at 7 p.m.. Professor
Nikolai N. Bolkhovitinov will give a public
address at 75 Lincoln Hall, Portland State
campus on "A Soviet View of the American
Bolkhovitinov is the first Soviet historian
ever to teach at an American university. He
will be on the PSU campus during fall
For further information call 229-3917.
'Eating for two?’
"Eating For Two?" a program designed
to teach expectant mothers good nutrition
for themselves and their babies, will be held
Wednesday, Dec. 1 from 10 a.m. to noon
in room 101 of the Community Center
The workshop will include a question
and answer period and informal discussion
on the topic. There is no charge for admis
Van show slated"'
Friday, Nov. 26, is student discoJ
at the 1976 Custom Van, Truck, a«
Wheel Drive Show at the Coliseum. s'
Any student presenting a studenl
card on that date will receive $1 B
price of admission.
100 vehicles will be in competitB
trophies and cash awards. $300 B
sweepstakes winners in each class. B
High school engine assembly conteB
be a nightly feature during the five
the show. First place is worth $25C'
used by the school.
A tuition scholarship is being I
winter term by the Oregon City b
and Professional Womens Club.
The scholarship is only open toil
and will be awarded on the basis ol
and academic achievement.
Applications for this scholarship!
picked up in the financial aid office!'
Community Center building.
Mars in Brown
Slides and pictures taken by thefl'
spacecraft which landed on Mars i*1
shown Tuesday, Nov. 23, at noon inp1
in the Clackamas Community College0
munity Center building. The preset'
is part of the Science Brown Bag 9
coordinated by Mike Aronson.
Joint concert set
The Clackamas Community College Jazz
Ensemble and Swing Choir concert will be
held Wednesday, Dec. 1 in the Community
Center Mall starting at 8 p.m.
The concert is free and the public is
invited to come hear what's new on the
contemporary music scene.
Exotic plant show
The Oregon Chapter of the Indoor Light
Gardening Society of America will present
a show of exotic house plants, both flower
ing and foliage, Saturday Nov. 20, 10:30
HILLTOP ROCKS AND GIFTS
Metal smithing tools and Hand crafted jewelry
125 Molalla Ave., Oregon City
Large assortment of
*agate* turquoise and ceramic jewelry
Admission $1.00 off
with your Student Body Card!
“High School Engine
Assembly Contest” Daily!
J. K. Gill “Paint the Van
with KPAM” Contest Daily!
Come and see your friends
compete with other high schools!
For further information, call 238-8600
Thursday, November 18,