The Clackamas print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1989-2019, March 10, 1999, Page 12, Image 12

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H he CI ac I< amas P rínt
Wednesday, March 10, 1999
A nnouncements
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Willamette Falls Symphony
Clackamas Scholarships
Credit while Volunteering
Willamette Falls Symphony will
hold its Spring concert on Sun­
day, March 21 beginning at 2 p.m.-
in the Gregory Forum. The con­
cert will also , feature guest pia­
nist Christopher Schindler. The
concert will also include Handel’s
Water Music Suite No. 2 in D
major and Svoboda’s Symphony
No. 1, op 20. Admission is $6 for
adults, $5 for seniors and $4 for
students. Contact 657-2434for
more details.
One application allows any
student to be considered for all
eligible scholarships. Open
enrollment ends April 2 at 5
p.m. Applications are available
in the Financial Aid Office
Scholarship rack outside the
Registrar’s office. For more
info contact ext. 2373.
Volunteer tutors are wanted to
help Timber Lake Job Corps stu­
dents. Tutors are needed in the sub­
jects of math, reading, language,
study skills and basic education.
For more information call Virginia
at ext. 2690.
»
Petitions for Graduation
Petitions are now being ac­
cepted at the Registrar’s Office
and the Help Center for students
who are planning to complete
their program study at the end of
Winter or Spring Term. A peti­
tion must be filed to indicate a
student’s desire to have a com­
pleted certificate or degree
posted to their transcript. A
separate petition must be filed for
each different certificate or de­
gree. Information regarding the
Graduation Ceremony on June
11,1999 will be sent to students
during Spring Term. Petitions
must be at the Registrar’s office
by April 16 to ensure inclusion
in the Graduation program.
Scholarship Workshop
A scholarship workshop is
offered every Wednesday in
Barlow 112 from 1 to 3 p.m. now
through the week of April 2.
Come and learn more about
Clackamas Community College
and Foundation Scholarships.
Contact Chippi Bello at ext.
2373 for further info..
Circle K Club
Come join the world’s largest ser­
vice organization! We’ve got great
people, awesome service projects
and free food! Meetings take place
on Wednesdays from 12:30 to 1:30
in the Starlight Café. Drop in on a
meeting to get more information or
just to hang out and meet new
people. Contact Carlie Denham at
657-6652 or via e-mail at
CDENHAM52@aol.com for more
details.
Math Tutors Needed
Math Lab is looking for quali­
fied math students who will
also be students here next year.
You must have completed Mth
111 and have a major that re­
quires Calculus or Statistics.
Starting rate is $8.40 hr work
time will be arranged around
your class schedule. Pick up an
application in the math lab.For
info, call Denise Conklin at
Ext. 2736
Dye Learning Center ID Cards
For everyone who uses the Dye
Learning Center, new student body
cards are now offering student ID
numbers listed on their cards. This
means that students can receive a
new ID card free of charge. This will
allow the Dye Learning Center to
keep track of student lab usage in
their new attendance computer. Stu­
dents with any question can con­
tact the Dye Center at ext. 2938.
ACROSS
1Taxl
4 Damp; muggy
9 Finis
12 America (abbr.)
13 Foe
14Look
15 Lo
17 Being.
19 Image; hero
21 Prosecuting lawyer (abbr.)
22 Clock face
25 Drinker's group (abbr.)
27 Tar
31 Person who does
something to excess (suf.)
32 Related; explained
35 Midwest state (abbr.)
36 Concealed
37 Color
381/3 mile (Chinese)
39 Astride
42 Head cover
43 Calendar measurement
44 You (archaic)
45 Lofty pose
46 Elevated train
48 Trickle
51 Vertically set window
55 Plan; expect
59 Tropical Amer, bird
60 Rover
62 Hawaiian food
63 Man (pl.)
64 Covered with scales
65 Native (suf.)
Hair Design: Be a hair design
model on Saturdays at Hickox, one
of the most prestigious salons in
Portland. You pay only $10 for a
$60 hair design session with Britt.
Call 909-2545 and leave your name
and number for more info.
DOWN
1 Baby lion
2 Chem. suffix
3 __ humbug!
4 Mesmerized
5 Cancel; annul
6 Myself
7 Mischievous child
8 Changed color
9 Female suffix
10 Period subdivision (pref.)
11 Room for relaxation
16 Petroleum
18 Fast
20 _ Vegas
22 Spring flower
23 Angry
24 Public announcement
26 43,560 sq. ft.
28 Away from (Lat. pref.)
29 Using the soft palate
30 Changes
32 Completed
33 Whirlpool
34 Judicial point
36 Moslem wives
40 Egyptian sun god
41 Ahead in a race
42 Greeting
45 Appropriate
47 Camera glass
49 Iranian monetary unit
50 Classic race (slang)
51 Water barrier
52 Lownumber
53_-Tin-Tin
54 Extinct bird
56 Over; above (pref.)
57 Negative
58 Expire
61 Colloq. for mother
Provide Child Care: 2 hrs per
week on tuesdays from 2:30-4:30
for infants and toddlers in the
Campfire Gladstone office. For
more info, contact Pam Vick-
Jansen, (503) 650-3514.
For Sale: 1985 Subaru Wagon 4
For Sale: 1988 Honda Accord LX,
4-door, gold with custom wheels,
stereo, cassette, equalizer, all
power windows, locks, antenna,
cruise control, 1 owner. 148,000
miles. $4200, or best offer. (503)
650-1680.
Clerical assistance: Needed in
the Milwaukie Health Start office.
Your basic clerical skills are needed
for 10 hours a week to assist this
healthy infant program. Contact
Pam Vick-Jansen at650-3514for
more info.
dr. 4 wheel drive, manual trans., 4
cyl., good battery, new starter, runs
and drives, as is, $ 300 minumum
bid ends March 19, \999.SeePam
(x 2354), Nick (x 2569), Ray or
Jerry in Automotive.
Student Discounts: Save up to
35% on auto insurance. Call 497-
6784 for details.
Have something to sell? Try our
Classifieds. Free to students and
staff. Call 77je Clackamas Print at
ext 1578.