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Clatsop Community College Awarded 2014 Military Friendly Schools ® Designation

Clatsop Community College Awarded 2014 Military Friendly Schools ® Designation

Victory Media, the premier media entity for military personnel transitioning into civilian life, has named Clatsop Community College to the coveted Military Friendly Schools® list. The 2014 Military Friendly Schools® list honors the top 20 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service […]

Sea Cadets Gain Unique Experience at CCC

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Sea Cadets Gain Unique Experience at CCC

Eighty-nine Sea Cadets, ages 13-17, and representing five states (Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Colorado, and Texas) took part in a unique specialized training exercise at Clatsop Community College’s Fire Response and Research Center. This specially-designed 8,000 square-foot building contains multiple levels and passageways to provide a diverse range of firefighting training scenarios in enclosed spaces. Computer-controlled […]

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Red Cross Offering Babysitting Basics Online Course

The American Red Cross is offering a 20 percent discount on babysitting courses through the end of July. With a course under their belts, teens and young adults can learn important skills and inch closer to financial independence from mom and dad. The Babysitter’s Basics online course, Babysitter’s Training classroom course and the classroom course […]

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The Quest ~ A Seaside Treasure Hunt

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The Quest ~ A Seaside Treasure Hunt

The 2013 Seaside Visitor Guide is back with a popular feature that we just can’t get enough of: Treasure Quest III. Packed with clues to help visitors navigate Seaside from a unique perspective, the quest was designed without a GPS or Google Map in mind. This year we’ve narrowed the print quest to six clues […]

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ASOC Sponsors Acting Intensive Class

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ASOC Sponsors Acting Intensive Class

The Astor Street Opry Company will be sponsoring an Acting Intensive Class with instructor Karin Bain starting April 8th and running to end of May. Registration starts February 15th and is limited to 12 students on a first come, first serve basis with a cost of $85. Classes will meet Mondays and Tuesdays at 6:30pm […]

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Nominate Your Business Choice for a Cash Mob

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Nominate Your Business Choice for a Cash Mob

Clatsop Community College’s Pi Phi chapter of the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society is organizing a “Cash Mob” that will take place on Saturday, November 17, 2012. A Cash Mob is essentially a random act of kindness intended to help out a local small business by flooding it with customers on a given day. The […]

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The North Coast Republican Women are hosting an all Warrenton City Commission Candidates Forum. The candidates have been invited to answer questions from the public on Wednesday, Oct. 24 at the Warrenton City Hall, 6:30 to 8pm. Candidates are: For Commissioner Position One, incumbant Mark Kujala and challenger Merianne Myers. For Commissioner Position Two, Henry […]

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Brain Tanned Deer Hide Earns Blue Ribbon at Fair

  Two Astoria sisters, Rachel and Sarah Lertora, volunteered three days at Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Fort Clatsop to help brain-tan a deer hide in late July.  They worked with National Park Rangers Matt Hensley, Susan Rhoads, and Sally Freeman.  While they tanned the hide, a discussion about entering the project into competition […]

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Astoria Key Club’s Bottle Tagging Project

Members of the Astoria Key Club again spread the word about preventing underage drinking with their bottle tagging project. On June 6 the group placed red tags on bottles of alcohol at three Astoria establishments. The tags remind shoppers not to provide alcohol to minors and note that adults found guilty can be fined up […]

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Rotary Club’s High Ethical Standards Awards Seeks Nominees

The Rotary Club of Seaside seeks to recognize one Business or Organization, and one Individual, who demonstrate a strong commitment to practicing “High Ethical Standards and Public Values”. This is a community-wide award, and all nominees are welcome. Any person can make a nomination. Please review this, and nominate a Business or Organization, or an […]

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