Cougar print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1976-1977, April 28, 1977, Page 2, Image 2

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    VICA winners
Owen-Sabin Skills Center took three first
place honors as they competed against more
than 200 high school students from through­
out Oregon in the state Skill Olympics of
the Vocational Industrial Clubs of America.
The contest was held at Clackamas Com­
munity College, Friday and Saturday, April
15 and 16.
The winners of the state competition in
the various skill and leadership areas qualify
for the national championships to be held
in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Local first place winners were:
Russ Swan, Owen-Sabin Skills Center,
sheet metal; Scott Herigstad, Canby H.S.,
carpentry; Greg Muth, Owen-Sabin Skills
Center, industrial electronics;Tim Schroeder,
Gladstone H.S., job interview; Owen-Sabin
Skills Center chapter display.
Athletic nutrition
A free workshop to discuss the effects
of athletic activity on the body's need for
salt, water, protein and other nutrients will
be held Wednesday, May 4, from 4 to 6 Clackamas Community College in the
Community Center room 101.
The course will be instructed by Pat
Conroy, a registered dietician, who will dis­
cuss inexpensive ways to supply nutrition
needs. The workshop is open to all athletes
whether they are joggers, tennis players,
Saturday athletes or interested in a pro­
fessional career.
Fire, police jobs
Recruiters for the Portland Police and
Fire Bureaus are actively seeking interested,
career oriented minorities and women to
prepare for upcoming examinations for job
They are offering preparation classes and
a workshop to help interested individuals
prepare themselves for the exams to be held
during July and August.
Interested individuals should contact Po-
lice Recruiters Marilyn Snowden or Robert
Scotten at 248-5653, or Larry M. Harper,
Recruiter for the Portland Bureau of Fire
at 232-2256.
Speech tournament
The Clackamas Community College Foren­
sics Team will be competing in the Clark
College Regional Forensics Tournament May
13 and 14.
The team, which is made up of mem­
bers of the CCC speech classes and other
students from the college, will compete
against students from two and four year
schools in Washington, Oregon and Cali­
fornia. The CCC team will be in the novice
division since they have not placed first in
any other competition.
"This keeps the competition even and
should give our team a good chance of
winning," said Frank Harlow, CCC speech
The team will compete in impromptu.
informative, persuasive
and ini
speaking. Prizes will be awarded
second and third place winners.
"It's a chance for a student!
himself and become a more effect
municator," said Harlow.
The forensics team is open td'
dent on campus and anyone 4
like to join should contact Franklj
ext. 244 before May 2.
Women alone
The special needs of women liw
will be discussed at the Focus on'
seminar and discussion session at Cl;
Community College, April 28 fror
10 p.m. in the Community Cents
The discussion will focus on how
cope with situations like living alone-
children without a partner, caring!
self or any other usual or unusual
stances that are voiced.
Most training schools
charge a fee while
the Army pays you
to learn a skill.
The U.S. Army is the world’s largest
training school and pays its students
$374 a month to learn a skill!
Where else can you learn to do a
challenging job while you receive a
good salary, free food, housing, clothing
and medical care?
And where else can you choose from
hundreds of job skills? Following are
just a tew the Army teaches:
Food Preparation
Law Enforcement
Motion Picture Photography
Missile Repair
Data Processing
Truck Driving
Radio Repair
Truck Mechanic
Wire Maintenance
Not too shabby for just a partial shop­
ping list. Your local Army representative
can tell you about several hundred more.
See him today.
U.S. Army Recruiting Office
13750 SE McLoughlin Blvd.
1023 SW 1st Canby, Oregon
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Join the people who've joined the Army.
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