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The Clackamas Print
Wednesday, November 13,1996
News
News Briefs
Estonian culture topic
of speech
Choir Director Lonnie Cline
will present the choir’s cultural
and musical experience from their
trip to Estonia. The event will take
place tonight in McLoughlin The­
ater from 6:30 to 8 p.m. There will
be a slide presentation, and the
choir will sing Estonian music.
NW program looks at
Native culture
Learn the culture and history
of Northwest Native Americans at
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public, safety training center, and ex­
panding the apprenticeship training
center and the horticulture warehouse.
Continued effort toward staff devel­
opment and planning is part of the
college’s strategy.
“I do think the ideas that exist
in this room and throughout the or­
ganization to maintain that creative
spirit and gives us the raw material
we need to get us through what will
be a difficult transition period,”
Keyser said.
The college plans to honor all
bargained agreements. Keyser ac­
knowledged he is proud of the
agreements because he believes
they help everyone do a better job.
“We’re going to be fairly con­
servative,” said Keyser about any
major changes at the college.
“Don’t panic, but worry enough to
get the creative juices flowing.”
today’s morning session of
Clackamas’s Seasoned Adult En-
richment Program.
Ken Ames of the Department
of Anthropology at Portland-
State University will focus his
discussion on the Chinook Indi­
ans.
The afternoon session conr
eludes the second part of a two-;
part health series, “Old World
Approaches to Lifespan Devel­
opment and Physical Fitness.”
Join Ged Desforges, Fulbright
Exchange instructor from
Sheffield, England, as he offers
the British perspective on physi­
cal fitness in the third age.
The sessions are from 9:30 to
11:30 a.m. and 12:30 to. 2:30
p.m., at Harmony Center, located
at 7616 SE Harmony Road in
Milwaukie. Cost for one or both
sessions is $4.
For more information, call
ext. 3230.
Environmental edu­
cators reveal strate­
gies for environmen­
tal learning
As most good teachers know,
getting students to ask questions
is half the battle of getting them
to learn.
Techniques for generating
questions and other educational
tips will be shared by Jim Mar­
tin and other master environmen­
tal educators at a special work­
shop designed for teachers of
grades 4 through 12.
“Questioning Strategies for
Environmental Learning” will
buffered at'the John Inskeep
Environmental Learning Center
on the college campus.
There is a $15 fee for the
workshop, which is scheduled
from 9 a.m;^to noon, on Satur­
day, Nov. 16. ,
For registration or further in­
formation, contact the Environ­
mental Learning Center at ext.
2351.
PTK ceremony
scheduled
The first Phi Theta Kappa in­
duction ceremony for honor stu­
dents will be held Thursday,
Nov. 14, in the Gregory Forum,
rooms B and C, at 7 p.m. Fam­
ily and friends are welcome to
attend. Keynote speaker is Col­
lege President John Keyser.
Contact Dave Arter at ext.2210
for more information.
Cleaning without
toxins explored at
workshop
Some of the most dangerous
substances are not in barrels sur­
rounded by signs and fencing.
Some of them are under kitchen
sinks, in pantries and cupboards.
Household cleaners and
other environmental toxins are
thought by many to cause prob­
lems such as headaches and re­
current illness and allergies. Can
they be avoided? Are there other
alternatives?
A workshop to address these
issues is being planned at the
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Bistro and Comedy Club
i
John Inskeep Environmental
Learning Center. Led by educa­
tor Teresa Riggs, the workshop
will explore methods of clean­
ing without using dangerous
substances.
The workshop is scheduled
from 1 to 4 p.m..Saturday,
Nov. 16. There is a $ 15 charge for
the class.
For more information or to
register, contact the Environ­
mental Learning Center at ext.
2351.
Renaissance lecture,
concert scheduled
A free concert and lecture
featuring Ron Andrico, lutenist,
and Michael Tuomi, tenor, will
be held on Wednesday, Nov. 20
in the Gregory Forum at 10 a.m.
This event is sponsored by the
English department. For more
information, contact David
Mount at ext. 2604.
ELC presents
workshop
The “Environmental Resources
forTeachers” Workshop is sched­
uled from 9 a.m. to noon on Sat­
urday, Nov. 23. There is a $15
fee for the workshop. For regis­
tration or for more information,
contact the ELC ext. 2351.
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