The Clackamas print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1989-2019, April 07, 1999, Page 12, Image 12

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TLlECkckAMAS P rìnt
Wednesday, April 7, 1999
Highway 213, right across from CCC
• 2 Bedroom Apartments starting at $625
• Private patio or deck
• Recreation building with
Spa and Fitness Equipment
• Well-equipped kitchens
• Washer/Dryer connections
• Ample parking, Car-wash area, Playground
• Small Pets Welcome
Hidden Creek Apartments 655-6540
Dr. Spew and Adam Corona
Poetry reading
Tutors needed in Math Lab
Kim Stafford will read his po­
etry today at noon in the Gregory
Needed from l la.m.-noon.'on
Thursdays. MTH-l l1 is prereq­
Forum. Admission is free. For
more info contact Diane Averill
uisite. Wages start at $8.40/hour.
at ex.2370
Pick up an application at S145b
or S140. Call Denise at ext. 2736
Endangered Species Act forum
Theater Arts Presents
A Forum on the Endangered
Clackamas' Communications
and Theatre Department will
Species Act will be held April 9
from lp.m. to 5 p.m. at the Tri-
present The Imaginary Invalid
Met offices at 722 N.E. Holladay
in Portland. There is an $85 reg­
istration fee. For more info con­
Performance dates are May 20-
22 and June 3-5 at 8 p.m., aswell
Center at ex. 2351
as two matinee performances
Last day to pay for Spring Term
classes is Friday, April 9. The late
registration fee is $25. Last day
Send Letters to:
Clackamas Community College # B104
c/o Spew & Corona
19600 S. Molalla Ave
Oregon City, OR 97045
by Moliere as its Spring produc­
tact the Environmental Learning
Registration notice
May 23 and June 6 at 2:30 p.m.
Showings will be held in the
McLoughlin Hall Theater.
General admission is $6 and $3
for students. Seniors are admit­
to drop a class to receive a full
refund is Saturday, April 10.
ted free with a reservation. For
Native American Club Field Trip
ment at ext. 2356.
reservations and more informa­
tion, contact the Theater depart­
CLASs i f i Ed s*
>£«^£*5 a/rf i E-
Hair Design: Beahair design model
on Saturdays at Hickox, one of the
most prestigious salons in Portland.
You pay onfy $ 10 for a $60 hair de­
Salmon Festival on April 10. Con­
"The No Show"
tact Katherine at ext. 5139
Kathryn Kanjo, thé Curator of
Contemporary Art at the Portland
Leille Sussman will discuss
Y2K April 14, noon to lp.m., in
the Gregory Forum, 108A. Reg­
ister for WKS 1 -03.. Registration
is free.
Art Museum, will be lecturing at
Gregory Forum (108C) April 8 from
10-11 a.m„ A nôn-reception with
non-entertainment willfollow the
lecture and be held at the Pauling
Gallery. "The No Show" runs from
April 5- 30 in the Pauling Gallery.
Game room seeking volunteers
See Michelle in CC140fordn-
Call ext. 2309 or stop by Bl04
to place an announcement.
For Sale: 21 speed mountain bike,
metallic blue, Exage equipped, all
parts hand selected. Must sell $250.
Please call Kandie at774-6631.
TI h E jkk
signsession with Britt. Call909-2545
and leave your name and number
formore info.
Don't Miss the Boat: I am a 24 yr.
old earning over $10,000 a month
Quiet Apartments: l,2,3brw/pa-
tios, Mt. Hood & Newell Creek
commissions and bonuses. I acci­
dentally ran into a company which
gave meaway out Nowlneed3to
NAC will visit the Cecilo Falls
Y2K Workshop offered
|_0VE W^jNE
for cheap!
Reach a
variety of ages and
backgrounds that
views, 2mi from campus. Brand new
and affordable. Special rates for leas­
5 people to help run expanding of­
ing students & faculty. Forest
no telemarketing. Will train, fee op­
Heights Apartments 750 cascade
Ave, OregpnCity. 655-1918
tional. Call oneofmyrepstoday503-
For Sale: 1988 Isuzu Trooper II, 4
DR, 4x4, rebuilt head, new clutch &
tires, 128K, nice condition, 2nd
Have something to sell? Try our
Classifieds. Free to students and
staff, call The Clackamas Print at ext
be found at
C I ack a m a s
C o m m u n i t y
C o I I e g e
fices in Portland. No door to door,