Community College plans free career fair
Clackamas Community College has partnered with WorkSource Clackamas to host a career fair. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. April 19 in the Randall Gym on the Oregon City Campus, 19600 Molalla Ave. More than 50 employers will be in attendance to hire for open positions and internship opportunities in health care, manufacturing, business, education, human services, retail, automotive and other industries.
The event is free to attend and open to students and the public. For more information, visit www.clackamas.edu/CareerFair
Council seeks nominations for Trails Achievement Award
The Oregon Recreation Trails Advisory Council is seeking nominations for its annual Doug Newman Recreation Trails Achievement Award. The award is named for the late council member Doug Newman and honors those who have made significant contributions to Oregons non-motorized recreational trails.
Nominations must be submitted by April 13 and should discuss the candidates accomplishments, how their accomplishments are an inspiration to others and the ways in which they have made a significant contribution to the planning, design, development or maintenance of recreation trails.
America Legion seeks donations
County ranks high in health outcomes, factors
In the 2016 County Health Rankings and Roadmaps program, Clackamas County ranked second in health outcomes and third in health factors among Oregon counties.
Heath outcomes included length and quality of life, and health factor included health behaviors, clinical care, social and economic factors and physical environment.
Clackamas County scored well in a number of areas, including the number of adults reporting physical activity, access to exercise opportunities, access to primary care physicians and dentists, the percentage of ninth-graders graduating high school within four years and the number of people with some college education.
The health rankings show, once again, that Clackamas County is a wonderful place to live, said Dana Lord, the countys public health director.
The County Health Rankings and Roadmaps program is a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute.