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Programming Update

Monthly Update on Special Programming

August 2014 Clackamas County programming update

Tune in to the Clackamas County Government Channel for programs that allow viewers to explore and connect with their community. Here is what’s new in August.

Trillium Creek Park Grand Opening
Join in as the City of Damascus celebrates the grand opening of Trillium Creek Park. Here is your chance to check out this new 1.39 acre facility that includes a playground, basketball court, covered picnic shelter, open play areas and walking path. Trillium Creek Park is located in the Anderegg neighborhood and was funded through partnerships with North Clackamas Parks and Recreation District, the City of Damascus and the 2006 Metro Natural Areas Bond Measure.

Life & Times of Verne Duncan
Verne Duncan recently celebrated his 80th birthday and many of his colleagues came together to reminisce about his charismatic personality and his robust career as a teacher, State Superintendent of Schools and a State Senator. Chuckle along with Verne as he laughs at his career follies and beams over his triumphs. Verne is still active in public affairs.

Community Impact Awards 2014 ~ Teri Gant
This feature on Father’s Heart Street Ministry kicks off a series of segments on Clackamas County Impact Award winners for 2014. Founder, Teri Gant, witnessed a growing need in Clackamas County for basic necessities and human kindness toward people living on the streets or within the margins of poverty. This prompted her to start this faith-based social services agency 15 years ago. The Community Action Board, comprised of citizens appointed by the Board of County Commissioners to help further the mission of community action, sponsors the awards.

These original, County-produced programs can be found online on Clackamas County’s YouTube channel:, Vimeo channel: and on the Clackamas County Government Channel. Check the website for program times and channel availability in your area:

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