As Clackamas Community College approaches its 50th Anniversary in 2016, we want to celebrate the people and events that connect CCC and our community. We have compiled information to inform, inspire, and engage you in what is happening on our campuses. Please share this email with others who may be interested in CCC and the Foundation.
|28th Annual Invitational Golf Tournament|
1st Place Gross:
And the winners are...
Jim Hoppel, Bob Bennett, Ted Bennett, Paul Monroe, Andy Vasquez2nd Place Gross:
Gary Logsdon, Patty Hopkins, Jeff O'Neil, Marria Skipper, Kent Williams
1st Place Net:
Jim Coon, Chris Dalengas. Randy Jahn, Steve Mueller, David Wallner
2nd Place Net:
Bobby Kelton, Russ Alexander, Max Hobbs, Jeff Miller, Jerry Smith
1st Place Calloway:
Gale Lasko, Craig Karsten, Steve Sollom, Waiken Sullivan, Milt Taylor
Gustavo Anguiano, Mike King, Mike Mills, Ron Ostrom, Greg Thorkildson
Man or Woman: Kerry Bolen
Men: Justin Timmons
Women: Keri Rhoden
Long Drive Awards:
Men: David Lemen
Women: Crystal O'Brien
Josh Rhoden and Ray Kauffman
Photos from the event are available at the following website:
|Endowment Showcase: Hangland/Middagh|
|Red Hangland and the |
2007 Scholarship recipient
When Ron "Red" Hangland hears the words "Play Ball", he takes them seriously. Red and his wife, Billie, are not only avid ball players; their love of the game has transcended the next generation. Their granddaughters, Casey and Randi Middagh, have both made indelible imprints on Clackamas Community College's softball team.
While Billie enjoyed her softball heyday and moved on to other interests such as art, Red's involvement and enthusiasm for the game have remained strong. Red has played on an Oregon slow-pitch team at the World Senior Games and won World Series titles in the World Senior Softball Association.
The Hangland/Middagh Endowment funds student employment opportunities in the Athletic Department for deserving CCC softball players.
|Board Profile: |
Matt Stewart, K & M Auto Services
|The Stewart Family|
I first came to CCC in 2003-04 to take a few automotive classes, so I could take the ASE test and further my career as an automotive master tech. When I started the classes, I was told about the scholarship opportunities through the Foundation so I decided to apply. I was awarded the Niemeyer Scholarship as well as the B29 automotive scholarship which allowed me to purchase the tools I needed. Getting these scholarships also provided the money to take more classes, and I decided to go for my degree. I graduated in 2006 with a 3.95 cumulative GPA; a fact that I am very proud of because I was never a good student and never finished high school. I went on to take all eight (8) ASE tests and became Master Certified. I had finally accomplished something positive in my life, and I had a new vision that I can accomplish what I put my mind to.
I decided to start my own business in 2007. As of today, I have expanded the business to three locations. After the first couple years in business, I had some extra money and wanted to give back to the college. I wanted to help a deserving student change their vision and outlook, and possibly their families too. I am living proof of the effect these scholarships have on families. My sister saw my achievement and started school in 2006 and has now received her BSN in Nursing.
When I heard that I was being considered to be part of the Foundation Board, I jumped at the chance to help raise friends and funds for new students. I also think it would be so cool to inspire some of the people that received scholarships in their time of financial need to think about giving back that gift to another student. It feels amazing, or at least it did for me. This is why I am involved, and I am excited to be part of the CCC Foundation.
I'll leave you with my favorite quote. "Never underestimate just how awesome you are."
|CRT Presents" "Kiss Me Kate"|
|August 1 - 25
Thursdays through Saturdays at 7:30 p.m.
Sunday matinees at 2:30 p.m.
The Osterman Theatre in the Niemeyer Center
Clackamas Community College
Kiss Me Kate builds a cheerfully farcical backstage plot around a second rate theatre company's musical production of The Taming Of The Shrew, starring divorced, but still madly in love Broadway legends Lilly Vanessi and Fred Graham. Insert an ambitious, love-struck dancer, her jealous boyfriend, a bit of blackmail and two none-too-bright gangsters and you have an evening of silly, frothy fun complete with crackling dance numbers and such tunes as "Too Darn Hot," "Another Op'nin,' Another Show," "Wunderbar," "I'm Always True to You in My Fashion," and Brush Up Your Shakespeare."
Tickets may be purchased at www.clackamasrep.org
or by calling 503-594-6047.
|President's Circle Reception & |
"Kiss Me Kate"
Thursday, August 8
Reception: 6:00 pm, Gregory Forum
CRT Production: 7:30 pm, Osterman Theatre
President's Circle members are invited to join Dr. Joanne Truesdell for hosted hors d'oeuvres, wine and beverages in recognition of your generous contributions to the Foundation.
Following the reception, revel in the sounds and scenes of the Clackamas Repertory theatre produciton of "Kiss Me Kate" at a reduced price. Tickets are $18 per person or $25 per couple.
Reservations are required by Thursday, August 1.
Register online at http://give.clackamas.edu or contact Julie Paulsen at 503-594-3129; firstname.lastname@example.org
Changing Lives. Changing Communities.
Greg Fitzgerald, Executive Director
Clackamas Community College Foundation
|Did you know...|
The first Invitational Golf Tournament held in 1968 raised $4,200.
The Invitational has raised $19,000 per year the last three years.
Cutsforth Thriftway in West Linn and Lamb's Market in Wilsonville were sponsors of the first tournament and continue as sponsors to present day.
|SAVE THE DATES|
|Willamette Valley Country Club|
Monday, August 26
10:00 - 11:45 am
on the Green
Monday, August 26
4:30 - 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, September 29
2:00 - 4:00 pm