The Clackamas print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1989-2019, May 31, 1989, Page 19, Image 19

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May 31,1989
Page 15
Corwin plans for a future in performing arts
” ” has
has helped
helped him
him to to become
become have if I went to a bigger school,”
by Angela Wilson
Business Manager
a good actor. He is a character Corwin said. His senior year in
Since hbotrt th& age of eight actor so he isebletfo play a “vari­ high school he pushed for the
Dennis Corwin, Jr. has known that ety of contrasting ‘characters,” school to give awards for theatre
as they did forsports. That year he
he loves acting and that is what he which enables him to “explore and
recieved the award for best all-
create” hsOroles. <
wants to do with his life.
“I have a high selMrive and a around actor at Colton High
Corwin is heavily involved in
School. ‘
the performing arts at Clackamas. good self image as far’as acting is
Corwin was heavily involved
He is currently in the production concerned, and ! want to succeed,”
in Boy Scouts for about ÏÔ years
‘The Bedroom Farce.’ His charac­ Corwin said. “I strive for what I
ter is Nick, tn international busi­ want and I don’t stop until I get and has earned Eagle Scout, the
highest rank in Boy Scouts. “I have
nessman tf ho hurt his back and is it.”
bed-ridden through the entire play.
He also feels that “parental > worked hard to achieve Eagle
“Nick is spoiled. He lias to support and support from family Scout. It is a highly respected
achievement in Boy Scouts,”
stay in bed during,the^hole play, and friends” hqs helped him agreat
Corwin said. *
and he just lies there while the deal. He says that acting gives him
Corwin knows that he will be
other people in thè play take care “completeexhilaration,’’and that
of him and entertain him,” Cor­ he “loves people and interacting a “professional” actor of some sort,
win explained.
with people” and if he can make and “will eventually be on Broad­
Corwin has also been in two
them laugh or stir their emotions way.” Next year he isn’t sure what
then he has accomplished his he is going to do. He may attend
one-act plays at Clackamas. He
the Pacific Ballet Theater School.
was also in ‘Hie Vampire’ and
Corwin is currently one of
Corwin compliments Jack
‘The Half Soul Gift.’ He is active
in dance and music, and during Sheilds for being a “fantastic di­ three of the Fred Bears in thé
Portlanad area. Fred Bear is the
the summer he will be in the musical
rector wholias taught me a lot.”
Corwin grew up in Colton. mascot for Fred Meyer. “It’s a
‘Oklahoma’, at the Portland Civic
“Il is a small, simple town. In school new way of acting for me,and Iget
there was a lot of individual atten­ paid for it,” commented Corwin.
“Musicals are my favorite to
“I will just let life take me
perform in because you incorpo­
tion (because of the size of the
rate music, dance, and acting all school), but I also feel that I missed where it goes until I find a place
ou t on some things that I wouldn’t that I feel comfortable with,”
together,” said Corwin.
Corwin said.
Corwin feels that a “good self
Photo by Julie Church
Dennis Corwin, Jr. is very active in the performing arts at
Clackamas. He is In the current production,' Bedroom Farce.*
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For Sale - 1975 Honda 400
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$550 obo. 829-8027 evenings
Schwinn 10 speed 21 * Letour.
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Word Processing ten years
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CCC references. Pickup/
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Do you need your paper typed-
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$2895 must see. 655-2580.
HIRE ME! High school student
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Experienced in landscape work,
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I will be 17 in June and have a
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evenings. (Prefer finding a job
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call 655-4058
1978 Dodge four door sedan.
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PS,PB,AT, V8318 engine. Rebuilt
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Wanted: Parts for 1956 Ford
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UZI Carbine, 6 mags, scope
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call Jim 657-6958 ext. 309.
For Sale 1970 Ford 1-Ton
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radial tires. Runs well. 695-
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2 Tiga Sailboards. Used twice.
Complete $450 each or $800 for
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Yamaha RX21 Digital Rhythm
A great drum
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Sequential Circuits Classic Six-
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Great Piano Baldwin Hamilton
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Summer Work: For students
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r"or sale: Nearly new Kirby
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Cost $1400 new. Must sell at
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Just like new, 659-8981 or 654-
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Must seil:79 Ford Mustang V-
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(days) or 652-8033 (most
For sale: 1963 Falcon Wagon 4
door auto, all original 6 cyl 170.
Needs work, but runs $175. 1950
5 window Chevy p/u 235 6 cyl, 6
volt, 3 speed, runs - partial
restoration $900. Call Steve
evenings 266-6418.
Christian College has immediate
openings. Call admissions 257-
1202 or Division Chairman at
Must selkApartment size
Portable roll away washing
machine, $25 or best offer.
Brenda 659-4476.
Free dental work: Looking for
patients to participate in Oregon
Dental Board E/amination(third
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Totman,evenings at 234-4917
daytime 279-8850. Leave a
For sale: Walnut office desk.
One owner 2 bedroom 2 bath
1978 Bendix moble home in
Country Park near CCC. All
appliances, great floor plan only
$19,500. Call Ad 656-7726 or
Shirley 656-7717, West Lake
Properties 656-0323.
Are you looking for a change?
Part and full time positions
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Free Goldfish: Im looking for
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friends Goldielocks the goldfish
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Artistic Childrens Activities
Program: Looking forqualified
recreation programs. During the
Summer-June 26-August 25.
Call Kathy Henery 284-0357.
We still have garden plots
available for $10. CCC provides
the water all summer. Each plot
is 26x27’ and you can have
more than one plot. Contact
Deanna at 657-6958 ext. 211
or drop by the PE/Athletic/
Community Recreation Office
in Randall 005.