Cover Oregon health insurance exchange explained
The public is invited to attend a free overview of Cover Oregon, the State of Oregon Health Insurance Exchange on Oct. 16 from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the West Linn Public Library, 1595 Burns Street. Bring a sack lunch and questions.
Learn about Medicare options
Clackamas County senior citizens have opportunities to meet and discuss Medicare options with certified Senior Health Insurance Benefit Assistance volunteer counselors. The counselors will be on hand to answer questions as well as help participants sign up for a personalized appointment at an individual counseling enrollment workshop.
Medicare presentations will be held at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center on Oct. 17 from 10 a.m. to noon and again from 6:30 to 8 p.m. and again Nov. 21 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sessions will be held at West Linn Adult Community Center on Oct. 29 from 10 a.m. to noon and Nov. 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Where will you get your news?
The American Association of University Women Lake Oswego branch will host a panel discussion on the topic Where will you get your news in 2014 and why? on Oct. 12 at 10 a.m. at Oswego Heritage House. Panelists include Therese Bottomly, a managing editor of The Oregonian, Morgan Holm, senior vice president and chief content officer at Oregon Public Broadcasting; and Michael Huntsberger, professor of mass communications and electronic media at Linfield College. They will discuss issues of news realibility, media choices and technology.
Oswego Heritage House is located at 398 Tenth St. in Lake Oswego.
To learn more about this program or AAUW membership and activities, call JoAnn Siebe at 503-608-2444.
Stafford Hamlet meetings this week
The community is invited to community meetings and rountable discussions on Oct. 12 from 10 a.m. to noon and Oct. 14 from 7 to 9 p.m. at Stafford Elementary School. The meetings are intended get input from all on the vision for the hamlets future. For more information contact Mike Miller at MJM172@msn.com.
Lions collecting eye glasses Oct. 12
The West Linn Riverview Lions Club will be accepting donations of used eyeglasses from noon to 3 p.m. on Oct. 12 at the Albertsons market on Blankenship Road and at the West Linn Public Library on Burns Street. The donated eye glasses will be cleaned, calibrated and then dispensed through the Oregon Lions Sigh and Hearing Foundation to those in need.
The West Linn Riverivew Lions Club is celebrating its 30th year of service to the community. To learn more about the club email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Annual social to be held Oct. 16
The Lake Oswego Mothers Club will hold its annual member social on Oct. 16 from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. at Club Sport, 18120 SW Lower Boones Ferry Road in Tigard. The event is intended to give mothers an opportunity to meet and socialize with other mothers in the area while enjoying wine, appetizers and entertainment. The event is free and open to the public. Club Sport is providing a limited amount of free childcare during the event. Reservations are requested and can be made by contacting Ivy Schnepp at email@example.com.
LOMC was founded in 2005 and has a membership of more than 300 women with children ages 0 to 5. Annual dues are $40 per year and new members are welcome. The club provides social interactions for moms, creative activities for children, resources for families and service projects that benefit Lake Oswego and surround communities. More information can be found at lomoms.com.
Raffle tickets to fund scholarships
The West Linn Lions Club is selling raffle tickets for its annual wine raffle to be held at the clubs meeting Nov. 7. The club plans to sell 700 raffle tickets at $10 each or 11 for $100 and 36 winning tickets will be drawn. Winners need not be present to win.
The proceeds of the raffle fund the scholarships the club awards to West Linn High School seniors at the Evening of Excellence in June 2014.
To purchase tickets for the wine raffle, contact Ron Adams at 503-636-8444 or any other West Linn Lions Club member.
Rolling Hills Women of Worth meeting Oct. 17
The monthly luncheon of the Women of Worth will be held at Rolling Hills Community Church Oct. 17 from noon to 2 p.m. Women age 50 wishing to learn to think, love and live like Jesus are encouraged to attend. Becky Herbst will speak on the wonder of Gods works. Tickets are $12 before Oct. 13 or $15 after. Call Carol DeVe at 503-740-6465 or Janet Eskridge at 503-341-7100. Rolling Hills is located at 3550 SW Borland Rd., Tualatin.
POOCH in the Pub set for Oct. 19
Project POOCH will hold the POOCH in the Pub fundraiser Oct. 19 at The Tiffany Center, 1410 SW Morrison St., in Portland from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Admission is $100 per person. For more information and to purchase tickets, go online to pooch.org.
Introduction to Energy Healing class set for Oct. 23
Liza Burney of Heart to Heart Healing will offer an Introduction to Energy Healing on Oct. 23 from 7 to 9 p.m.at the World Healing Institute at Unity West Linn, 20255 Willamette Dr., West Linn. Cost of the class is $20 per person. Class participants will learn how to access their energetic condition and treat common first aid ailments such as cuts, scrapes and burns using pranic healing. Pranic healing is a no-touch healing technique that offers specific, tested, step-by-step procedures for accelerating ones self-healing ability. It works on physical conditions as well as stress, fear and phobias.
Many people have the idea that in order to do energy healing a person has to have some special talent, said Burney. This is simply not the case. Anyone can do this. My goal is to present this information in a way that is straightforward and makes sense, not as some mystical or supernatural process that we cant understand. Theres lots of scientific research behind this work, and I know if I want to see the research, other people do, too.
For more information, contact Burney at 503-502-5186.
Purple Stride set for Nov. 2
Pancreatic Cancer Action Network will host the Purple Stride on Nov. 2 at the World Trade Center in downtown Portland. This family-friendly walk is intended to raise awareness and funds for pancreatic cancer research. To learn more visit kintera.org/faf/home/default.asp?ievent=1073217 or pancan.org/.
County grants available for Healthy Eating Active Living projects
Grant funding is available for 2014 Healthy Eating Active Living projects to promote a healthier Clackamas County. The Clackamas County Public Health Division is seeking applications for community-based projects that increase access to healthy foods and physical activity. This program will provide grantees with one-time funding to initiate community projects for the continuation of the countys Roadmap to Healthy Communities project.
Grants of up to $8,000 are available to develop or enhance projects that build wellness support for all ages, and to help prevent chronic disease by increasing long-term acess to active lifestyles and healthy eating for county residents where they work, live and play. Projects must take place in, and benefit the residents of, Clackamas County. All grant applications are due by 5 p.m. on Nov. 21.
For more information, visit clackamas.us/publichealth/heal.html.
Add a comment