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THE CLACKAMAS PRINT
CCC receives
$30,000 grant
for new project
by Briane C. Dotson
News Editor
Clackamas Community Col­
lege has received a $30,000. manu­
facturing grant to develop a screw
machine program.
According to Clackamas
Community College Director of
Business Development, Karen
Stone, the Enoch Manufacturing
Corporation of Clackamas will
work with the college to develop a
program which will teach students
how to operate the equipment.
The grant, which was given to
CCC by The Oregon Economic
Development Department, will be
used for curriculum development
and pay for the instructors, ac­
cording to Kit Youngren, assis­
tant dean.
“This program is going to do
two things: one, develop a pro­
gram to train screw machine op­
erators; and two, to provide in­
structional programs within the
program,” said Stone.
These classes will be offered
May 15-19
FOR THOSE WHO THINK ALlkK
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ATKINSON
Sixth & John Adams. Oregon City
The Reverend Mr. Richard K. Bellingham, Minister
Public Services
11:00 AM'
AdultForum
9:30 AM
Attended Nursery
9:30 AM
'God the
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Church School
9:30 AM
(except Aug. 1-Sep;15)
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11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
Crafts from 52 countries
Jewelry, clothing, musical tapes, etc.
On-Going Videos
11 a.th.-2 p.m.
12-1 p.ri>^
Introducing South America, Machu Picchu,
Trotihuacan: City of the Gods.
International Folklore Music
Music from a round Jhe world played on a variety
of instruments by six-person band, Grupo An-
tara.
Latin Music
Noon-1 p.m.
ConnieBieberach and Troupe express thespirit of
other countries and their cultures. Connie, from
Peru, also sings in Farsi.
Travel Panel
1 p.m;
..
People from a variety of countries will share their
backgrounds, culture and countries. Through native
dress and samples you will learn about interesting
cultures and countries to visit.
Guatemalan Video
2 p.m.
Featuring a women’s Indian weaving village in
Guatemala. Comeand listen toa presentation and
video ona primitive culture filled with beautiful art
and tradition. Presented by Ellen Burbridge and
Margaret Cook. : -
Noon
Spanish Pueblo Dancers
1-1:30 p.m.: Slavic Singers-Duo
1:30 p.m.: On-Going Videos (CC101)
1) Glacier Express Switzerland 2) Switzerland 3)
Russia
4) Foreign language in careers
7-8:45 p.m.
Paris - Architecture as Art
1789-1989,200 years after the revolution. Sharon
Streeter. Slides and question/answer period.
MEMORIAL CHURCH
May 14
Empanada and tortilla making workshop. A time
to learn about ethnicfoods and at the same time fill
your stomach with'delicious snacks.
TUESDAY: EUROPE
Potpourri of Songs
il:30a.m.
CCC foreign language students (French, German,
Spanish) with instumentalsolos.
FOR THOSE WHO LIKE TO THINK,
It
International Foods
Siamese Princess - Thai food. Shalimar Restau­
rant - Middle Eastern food. Special feature at
Norm’s Cafe.
MONDAY: THE AMERICAS
Latin Foods
11 a.m.
NOT
COMING II
Page 4
Cultural Awareness Week
Schedule of Events
at a Wilsonville facility which the
college will be moving in to in
July. Clackamas Community Col­
lege will lease the building to hold
these classes.
“There will be two groups of
people taking these classes: people
who are working as machine screw
operators and need retraining, and
high school juniors and seniors
who are learning the trade,” said
Stone.
There is currently a shortage
of machine screw operators. It is
hoped that this program will help
to eliminate this shortage.
A screw machine is used to
make small precision parts or
screws.
“Small precision parts are
needed for all high tech indus­
tries,” said Stone.
People who take these five
classes will register at Clackamas
Community College. The instruc­
tor is going to be Mark Schimidt.
“The primary goal of this
project is to train employees,” said
Stone.
BUT
May 10,1989
12:30 p.m.
Thai Arts and Crafts
Dhim, an exchange teacher from Thailand, shares
her culture.
THURSDAY: PACIFIC RIM
11:30 a.m.
Noodle-making Demonstration
A Chinese chef will show you how fie makes
noodles for a local restaurant.
Noon
Pacific Rim Slides _ ’ '
A potpourri of people and scenes taken by CCC
staff in Australia, Asia and the South Pacific.
Presented by Chuck Adams.
12:30-1 p.m.
Odori and Kimono Demonstration
Barbara Uyejugi brings authentic Japanese dance
and proper Kimono wear.
8 p.m.
The Long Journey in US/Japancse Economic
Relations..
Katsu Hirai-Young from Willamette University
will lecture and answer questions;
FRIDAY: AKALEDIOSCOPE OF PAKISTAN
CULTURE
11 a.m.-lp.m.
A Nation Uprooted: Afghan Refugees in Paki­
stan.
Theonie Gilmore will present her video docu­
mentary and travel experience living in refugee
camps in Pakistan, focusing on the fate of arts
and crafts among those who fled Soviet intusion
WEDNESDAY: INTERNATIONAL FOODS and war for a more secure life in Pakistan. Paki-
s;stan artifacts display, multi-media ethnic revolv­
AND CRAFT FAIR
ing slide show, sample foods, music and dress.
11:30 a.m.-2 p.m.
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ON-CAMPUS DAY CARE
Try our soups,
Camp Fire Community Day Care provides a
developmentally appropriate program for
children 6 weeks to 6 years old.
* Convenient Orchard
Center site
* Monday-Friday,
7 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
* Full-time and part-
time care
* Non-profit, United Way
agency
fresh salad bar,
* Financial assistance
available
* Servicing the non­
college and college
community
wo percent Beef Hamburgers
Camp Fire
Mt. Hood Council
Good Food at Good Prices
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