The daily Astorian. (Astoria, Or.) 1961-current, April 13, 2018, WEEKEND EDITION, Page 3B, Image 11

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AAUW presents
‘Women in Leadership’
Hernandez, who moved
to Astoria 2003, has lived
in Puerto Rico and Bos-
ton, and was involved with
public health, participating
in many related volunteer
roles. Here, she has served
on the Lower Columbia His-
panic Council, Food Web,
Astoria Parks and Recre-
ation Board, and the food
Lopez, an Astoria High
School senior, shares her
senior project “Latina,” a
four-day leadership camp at
Camp Kiwanilong.
The program is free and
open to the public.
The Daily Astorian
The American Associa-
tion of University Women,
Astoria Branch, presents
“Women in Leadership” at
5:30 p.m. Tuesday in the
Flag Room of the Astoria
Library, 450 10th St.
Julene West, Norma Her-
nandez and Nayeli Lopez
share their arrival to Astoria,
finding work, fulfilling their
needs and describing their
lives today.
West arrived in 1994. She
has lived in Mexico, Guate-
mala and Spain. She talks
about bringing people
together to create a Hispanic
Terry Finlayson
Previous Birdathon participants at the Seaside Mill Ponds.
Two Seaside bird stations set during Birdathon
The Daily Astorian
SEASIDE — The sixth
annual North Oregon Coast
Birdathon, which is a fund-
raiser for the Wildlife Cen-
ter of the North Coast, is from
Saturday: from noon to 1 p.m.
at the Seaside Mill Ponds; and
from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Necani-
cum Estuary, across from Sea-
side High School.
A table will be set up at
both locations with binoculars,
a scope and books. Donations
to the wildlife center will be
To register online for the
Birdathon, or to donate to the
wildlife center, go to coast-
Community Center, 170 S.W. Third
St. Suggested donation of $5 for
seniors and $7 for those younger
than 60. For information, or to vol-
unteer, call 503-861-3502 Monday
or Thursday.
ence room, Clatsop Care Center,
646 16th St. Open to all family
members of people with dementias.
For information, call Rosetta Hurley
at 503-325-0313, ext. 222, or email
Senior Lunch — 11:30 a.m.,
Bob Chisholm Senior Center, 1225
Avenue A, Seaside. Suggested do-
nation of $3 for those older than 60;
$6.75 for those younger than 60.
For information, call Michelle Lew-
is at 503-861-4200.
Astoria Rotary Club — noon,
second floor of the Astoria Elks
Lodge, 453 11th St. Guests always
welcome. For information, go to As-
Line Dancing for Seniors — 3
to 4:30 p.m., Astoria Senior Center,
1111 Exchange St. Not for beginners.
For information, call 503-325-3231.
noon Saturday to noon Sun-
day. During the all-ages, fam-
ily-friendly event, participants
count bird species they see.
Susan Peterson, Mitzi York
and Terry Finlayson are host-
ing two birding stations on
The following students
have qualified for the honor
roll by earning a 3.5 grade
point average or higher at
Owenby, Kennedy Rub,
Anthony Rudolfi, Ryan Rus-
sell, Michael Zavalza.
Cannon Beach: Sonny
Seaside: Joshua Strozzi,
Christian Anderson, Brittany
Beaudoin, Katherine Corl-
iss, Krista Morrill, Peter C.
Scruggs, Christine Tapales.
Oregon State University
Astoria: Jacob Olson,
Shrida Sharma, Kristen Tra-
vers, Miguel Velasco, Sonia
Ahrens, Alexander Autio,
Grace Autio, Samantha M.
Brawley, Enoch F. Gray,
Colton Hatcher, Rachel Ler-
tora, Noelle Lund, Rebecca
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33rd St. Needlework, hardanger,
knitting, crocheting, embroidery
and quilting. All are welcome. For
information, call 503-325-1364 or
Grace and Encouragement for
Moms — 10 to 11:30 a.m., Cross-
roads Community Church, 40618 Old
Highway 30, Svensen. GEMS group
is a time for moms to relax and enjoy
each others’ company. Free childcare
is provided. For information, call Ra-
chael Biddlecome at 503-458-6103.
Senior Lunch — 11:30 a.m.,
Bob Chisholm Senior Center, 1225
Avenue A, Seaside. Suggested do-
nation $3 for those older than 60;
$6.75 for those younger than 60.
For information, call Michelle Lew-
is at 503-861-4200.
Columbia Senior Diners —
11:30 a.m., 1111 Exchange St. Cost
is $6. For information, or to have a
meal delivered, call 503-325-9693.
Warrenton Senior Lunch
Program — noon, Warrenton
Knochlers Pinochle Group —
1 p.m., Bob Chisholm Community
Center, 1225 Avenue A, Seaside.
Cost is $1 per regular session per
person. Players with highest and
second highest scores split the
prize. Game is designed for play-
ers 55 and older, but all ages are
Mahjong for Experienced
Players — 1 p.m., Astoria Senior
Center, 1111 Exchange St. For in-
formation, call 503-325-3231.
Astoria Alzheimer’s & Other
Dementia Family Support Group
— 2 to 3:30 p.m., first-floor confer-
Astoria Toastmasters — 6:30
p.m., Hotel Elliot conference room,
357 12th St. Visitors welcome. For
information, go to
or call Christa Svensson at 206-
Stewardship Quilting Group
— 9:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m., First Lu-
theran Church, 725 33rd St. All are
welcome. Donations of material al-
ways appreciated. For information,
call Janet Kemp at 503-325-4268.
Columbia Senior Diners —
11:30 a.m., 1111 Exchange St. The
cost is $6. For information, or to have
a meal delivered, call 503-325-9693.
Astoria Lions Club — noon,
Astoria Elks Lodge, 453 11th St.
Prospective members welcome.
For information, contact Charlene
Larsen at 503-325-0590.
Astoria Kiwanis Club — noon,
El Tapatio, 229 W. Marine Drive.
For information, call Frank Spence
at 503-325-2365 or Susan Brooks
at 503-791-3026.
Astoria-Warrenton Duplicate
Bridge Club — 12:30 to 4 p.m., As-
toria Senior Center, 1111 Exchange
St. Anyone may play if they have a
partner; to request a bridge partner,
call 503-325-0029.
Bras2Moms Fitting — 1 to 3
p.m., Columbia Memorial Hospital
Family Birthing Center, 2111 Ex-
change St. Bras2Moms provides
free nursing bras and/or tanks to
mothers, so women do not become
discouraged with, or stop breast-
feeding because they cannot afford
a nursing bra. A $5 donation is re-
quested, but not required. For best
fit, come for a fitting two weeks after
giving birth. Sizes subject to avail-
ability. For information, call 503-
Warrenton Caregiver Support
Group — 1:30 to 3 p.m., 2002 S.E.
Chokeberry Ave., Warrenton. Sup-
port, information and resources for
caregivers. For information, call
Grace Bruseth at 503-738-6412.
Lower Columbia Hospice Be-
reavement Support Group — 4:30
to 6 p.m., Columbia Memorial Hos-
pital Community Center, Chinook
Conference Room, 2021 Marine
Drive. Open to age 18 or older. For
information, call 503-338-6230.
See NOTES, Page 4B
Do Nothing Club — 10 a.m.
to noon, 24002 U St., Ocean Park,
Wash. Men’s group. For information,
call Jack McBride at 360-665-2721.
CEU credits available!
Friday, April 20
12:30 to 4:30 p.m.
Clatsop Community College
1651 Lexington Ave.
Astoria, OR 97103
This class is free, but registration is required.
To register, call 800-272-3900.
In the early stage of Alzheimer’s disease, families face new questions
as they adjust. What does the diagnosis mean? What kinds of
plans need to be made? What resources are available to help? This
program provides practical answers to the questions that arise in the
early stage and offers suggestions for how to cope with the changes
that come with an early-stage diagnosis.
An education program by the
Presented in collaboration with
Busy? Expecting?
Life is hectic, especially when you’re a busy mom.
The CMH Women’s Center now has after-hours
appointments with our nurse midwives for prenatal
and postpartum appointments. Annual exam
appointments are available, too.
Patricia Boullie, CNM
Corinne Almquist, CNM
Appointments are available until 6:15pm on
Thursdays. Schedule yours today by calling the
Women’s Center at 503-338-7595.
2111 Exchange St., Astoria, Oregon • 503-325-4321 • A Planetree-Designated Hospital