Board seeks citizens with forestry background
Clackamas County commissioners are recruiting citizen members for the Forest Advisory Board.
The board participates actively in the planning of forest management activities for county-owned forestlands, oversees the Timber Sale Advisory Committee and reviews public input concerning the countys Forest Management Plan and related activities.Professional forestry education from a Society of American Foresters accredited institution is a desired qualification.
Applicants for the Forest Advisory Board should be employed in or recently retired from the forest industry, which could include government, private industry, consulting forestry, forestry education and small woodland management.
Interested individuals need to complete an application form. Applications may be completed online via the countys website at www.clackamas.us/miscapp/application.jsp. For an application form in person, contact Clackamas County Public and Government Affairs at 503-655-8751 or at the Public Services Building, 2051 Kaen Road in Oregon City.
The deadline for applications is Thursday, Dec. 11.For more information about the Forest Advisory Board and this opportunity, call Christina Van Duzer at 503-742-4663.
City to fill HR position
The city of Sandy is looking to hire an accountant II/human resources analyst.
The listing on the citys website states that competitive candidates will possess excellent analytical and communication skills, commitment to customer service and an interest in working in a team environment.
Applicants must submit a cover letter, resume and completed city application by 5 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 3, to be considered for an interview. Applications can be submitted to Sandy City Hall, 39250 Pioneer Blvd.
To see the original job posting, visit www.cityofsandy.com, hover over the Quick Links heading, then click City of Sandy Job Offerings. The application package is available from the site.
Contact Lisa Young at email@example.com or 503-489-0940 for more information.
Lions mark anniversary
The Sandy Lions Club celebrated its fifth anniversary with its members and their families Nov. 25 at the Oral Hull Foundation. Lions clubs in Welches, King City, Gresham and Portland sent representatives.
The principal speaker was Sonja Palley, a past Lions Club International director, who spoke about activities of the Lions Club locally, districtwide, statewide, nationally and worldwide.
The dinner was very delicious, said Sandy Lions Club Secretary John Taylor. The Oral Hull chef and staff did an outstanding job.
Taylor said the Sandy Lions Club looks forward to a new year filled with activities including collecting used eyeglasses, hearing aids and cell phones, performing vision and hearing screenings at local schools, handing out American flags to first-grade students, participating in local events such as the Compassion Sandy Clinic, Sandy Mountain Festival and Oktoberfest, and holding its annual benefit golf tournament the first Saturday in August.
He added that the club can always use more help. The Lions Club meets at 7 p.m. the first and third Tuesday of the month in the banquet room of the Sandy Family Restaurant. For more information, call Tim Anders at 360-903-0644 or John Taylor at 503-668-0328.JW_DISQUS_ADD_A_COMMENT