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Seasoned Adult Enrichment Program
The Seasoned Adult Enrichment Program (SAEP) is a member-led club that provides educational experiences to seniors, or "seasoned adults," in Clackamas County. Members are invited, but not required to, participate in all aspects of the program including planning, discussions and providing refreshments. Join us for one, two or all of our sessions this term!
Most meetings are Wednesday mornings at 9:30 a.m. at CCC's Harmony Campus, 7726 SE Harmony Road.
- Attend a single session for $3
- Attend all seven sessions within a term for $15
- Attend all year for $30
For more information or to join the mailing list, call 503-594-0620.
JOURNEY THOUGH SOUTH AFRICA
Wednesday, April 25, 2018
Presented By: Bernie/Erin Holland
30-day trip by car through South Africa from Cape Town to Johannesburg including “Swimming with the Sharks.” Many have considered a trip like this a tripof-a-lifetime!
Wednesday, May 2, 2018
Presented by: Shwan Price
Thirty 6th thru 8th grade students learning how to be professional in everything they do. They teach young adults skills in robotic construction, CAD, 3D printing, blueprints, outreach and team building. The club is run entirely by volunteers.
THE GEEZER GALLERY
Wednesday, May 9, 2018
Presented By: Amy Henderson
The Geezer Gallery is an art organization devoted to celebrating Master Level senior artists and giving voice through art to seniors in our community. Our creativity programs for seniors are designed to enable braincell growth, dexterity and an opportunity for personal self-expression.
OREGON HISTORICAL WILDLIFE
Wednesday, May 16, 2018
Presented By: Warren W. Aney
In 1892, 35,000 sturgeon were landed. By 1899 the sturgeon fishery collapses. The wolf’s demise and it’s reintroduction. Going from 32 million pounds of salmon steady caught, in 1930 only 1 million were caught. 1872 first game laws established but no provisions for enforcements. Warren is a Senior Wildlife Ecologist.
SIX YEARS IN THE HANOI HILTON
Wednesday, May 23, 2018
Presented By: Amy Hawk
Amy’s book tells POW’s story of survival and a tribute to Jim Shively, her stepfather. She never knew what happened to him for the 6 years he was held as a captive until a reporter shared 12 hours of recording he made in an interview with Jim Shively. The book’s cover lets the readers know what they are in for.
MADRONE WALL: 20 YEARS IN THE MAKING OF A PARK!
Wednesday, May 30, 2018
Presented By: Keith Daellenbech
Formed 500,000 years ago the rock climber’s favorite wall to climb was closed in 1997 by Clackamas County. Plans were underway to quarry the centuries old rock. Keith Daellenbech set his sights on turning the Madrone Wall into a County Park.
See the CCC Theater Production
19600 Molalla Ave
Oregon City, 97045
$11.00 admission fee
$9.00 for seniors (62+)
$5 for youth/students