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List of Upcoming Events



    Thursday, January 30

  • Health Housing and Human Services

    1:00 pm - 3:30 pm Powerful Tools For Caregivers (part of a 6-week workshop)


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    Powerful Tools for Caregivers classes help caregivers take better care of themselves while caring for a friend or relative. These classes will give you tools to reduce stress, communicate feelings, make tough decisions, locate helpful resources, manage time, and solve problems. Research shows these classes help caregivers improve:

    • Self-care behaviors
    • Working with emotions
    • Self-confidence
    • Use of community resources

    For more information and to sign up, call Canby Adult Center at 503-266-2970.

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  • Thursday, February 20

  • Board of County Commissioners

    10:00 am - 12:00 pm Board of County Commissioners' Business Meeting - Feb. 20, 2020


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    Beginning Board Order No. 2020-11

         CALL TO ORDER

    • Roll Call
    • Pledge of Allegiance

    I. HOUSING AUTHORITY CONSENT AGENDA

    1. Adoption of Revisions to the Housing Authority of Clackamas County’s Bylaws
    2. Approval of Amendment No. 1 to the Service Contract between the Housing Authority and Mental Health Association of Oregon for Peer Support Services for Families Living in Housing
    3. Approval of Amendment #1 to IGA between Health, Housing and Human Services and Housing Authority of Clackamas County for Additional Peer Support Services

    II. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION (The Chair of the Board will call for statements from citizens regarding issues relating to County government. It is the intention that this portion of the agenda shall be limited to items of County business which are properly the object of Board consideration and may not be of a personal nature. Persons wishing to speak shall be allowed to do so after registering on the blue card provided on the table outside of the hearing room prior to the beginning of the meeting. Testimony is limited to three (3) minutes. Comments shall be respectful and courteous to all.)

    III. PUBLIC HEARING (The following items will be individually presented by County staff or other appropriate individuals. Persons appearing shall clearly identify themselves and the department or organization they represent. In addition, a synopsis of each item, together with a brief statement of the action being requested shall be made by those appearing on behalf of an agenda item.)

    1. Second Reading of Ordinance No. 2020-02 Amending County Code Chapter 2.05, Personnel Policies and Procedures for Clackamas County Employees and Declaring an Emergency (Andrew Narus, County Counsel) first reading was 2-6-2020

    IV. CONSENT AGENDA (The following Items are considered to be routine, and therefore will not be allotted individual discussion time on the agenda. Many of these items have been discussed by the Board in Work Sessions. The items on the Consent Agenda will be approved in one motion unless a Board member requests, before the vote on the motion, to have an item considered at its regular place on the agenda.)

    A. Health, Housing & Human Services

    1. Approval for Agreement No. 9639 a Lease Agreement between Clackamas Health Centers and Gladstone School District for Rental of Clinical Spaces – Health Centers
    2.  Approval of a Construction Contract between Clackamas County and Banlin Construction LLC., for the Clackamas County Children’s Commission Head Start New Classroom Project – Community Development
    3. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement with Clackamas Fire District No. 1 for the Hepatitis A Outbreak Prevention Project (HOPP) – Public Health
    4. Approval of a Personal Services Contract with Grin In-Home Care, Inc. d/b/a Comfort Keepers, Inc. for Oregon Project for Independence In-home Care Services - Procurement
    5. Approval of a Personal Services Contract with Mt. Hood Home Care Service, LLC for Oregon Project for Independence In-home Care Services - Procurement

    B. Department of Transportation & Development

    1. Resolution No. _____ Delegating Authority to the Director of the Department of Transportation & Development to Approve Renewal Agreements with United States Department of Agriculture for the Purposes of Compliance with Migratory Bird Mitigation
    2. Approval of an Intergovernmental Agreement between Clackamas County and the City of Canby to Transfer Permitting Authority and Maintenance Responsibility for a Portion of South Ivy Street to the City (Market Road #10, DTD #61012)

    C. Finance Department

    1. Resolution No. _____ Acknowledging Financial Statement Findings for Fiscal Year 2019 and Describing Corrective Action in Accordance with ORS 297.466

    D. Elected Officials

    1. Approval of Previous Business Meeting Minutes – BCC

    E. Business & Community Services

    1. Approval of a Contract with Bryant Logging, Inc. for the Family Camp-Timber Sale: Harvest and Log Hauling - Procurement

    VI. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR UPDATE

    VII. COMMISSIONERS COMMUNICATION

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  • Community Project

    6:00 pm - 8:30 pm Concord/Oak Lodge Work Session - Feb. 20, 2020


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    Between November and January, the project team collected comments from hundreds of community members at a public event, online survey and small group meetings. Those comments are helping the team determine how to fit the pieces together to create plans for the Gladstone Library and Concord Property/Oak Lodge Library. 

    The project team wants to hear from the community during two public work sessions to help create better plans for both communities. At each work session, the project team will work with community members to understand which pieces fit together, so please attend as much of the workshop as possible. You can also interact with us during the events on Facebook and Twitter @clackamascounty. 

    Gladstone Work Session - February 19, 2020 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
    Gladstone Center for Children and Families, 18905 Portland Ave, Gladstone

    • Welcome / Presentation of information (starts at 5:30)
    • Small group workshop (6:00-6:45)
    • Report back (6:45-7:15)
    • Wrap up / Next steps (7:15-7:30)

    Concord/Oak Lodge Work Session - February 20, 2020 from 6:00-8:30 pm
    Concord Property, 3877 SE Concord Rd, Oak Grove

    • Welcome / Presentation of information (starts at 6:00)
    • Small group workshop (6:30-7:30)
    • Report back (7:30-8:15)
    • Wrap up / Next steps (8:15-8:30)

    The result of these work sessions will be shared during April 2020 at several public events. Join the mailing list to get updates on the project

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  • Children, Family and Community Connections

    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Fatherhood: The Art of Being Dad

    Gladstone Center for Children & Families, 18905 Portland Ave, Glastone, OR 97027
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    New dads, seasoned dads, grandfathers and role models, there are so many ways men play a key part in raising happy healthy children. These monthly group workshops will help you enjoy and understand your role as a father while providing opportunity for support, education, and personal growth. Facilitator Shawn Dewall of Healthy Families Clackamas provides a safe support atmosphere for exploration and education. For all dads with children birth to 8 years old. Dinner and child care provided with pre-registration. Please register by emailing clackamasparenting@gmail.com.

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  • Library

    6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Organic Gardening: Guide to Spring Planting (18+ Years) – Oak Lodge Public Library

    16201 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Oak Grove, OR 97267
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    Perennial favorite Arthur Moore kicks off our annual gardening series with a practical, hands-on guide to spring planting. Be sure to visit our Seeds for Sharing Seed Library while you’re here – it’s time to get your hands dirty in the garden!

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  • Community Involvement

    7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Hamlet of Beavercreek Board Meeting - Feb. 20, 2020


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  • Friday, February 21

  • Library

    11:00 am - 11:30 am Family Storytime (2-5 Years) - Oak Lodge Public Library

    16201 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Oak Grove, OR 97267
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    Storytime isn’t just about books! Each storytime is followed with a craft, which encourages creativity and develops early literacy skills that help children learn to read as they get older.

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  • Board of County Commissioners

    5:00 pm - 6:00 pm Oregon City Veterans of Foreign War Post 1324 (VFW) 95th Birthday Celebration

    VFW Post 1324 104 Tumwater Drive, Oregon City
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  • Saturday, February 22

  • Public Safety Training Center, Sheriff

    9:00 am - 6:30 pm PST 101: Basic Handgun Skill Development

    12700 SE 82nd Ave Clackamas, OR 97015
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    This one-day class is the starting point for the Public Safety Training Center's handgun-skills curriculum. It requires no prior handgun knowledge or experience. Understanding the principles of basic firearms safety is emphasized throughout PST 101 in a classroom lecture and on the range. The fundamentals of marksmanship are a focus of the class, in both dry- and live-fire exercises. A legal guardian has to take the class with minors age fifteen - eighteen.

    Classes are scheduled each month on selected Saturdays or Sundays, beginning at 9 a.m. Though completion of this class satisfies the statute requirements for application for an Oregon concealed handgun license, it is strongly recommended that the student seek additional training in Oregon's Use of Force laws, presented in the PST 100 class.

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  • Public Safety Training Center, Sheriff

    9:00 am - 1:00 pm PST 100: Oregon/Utah Concealed Handgun Class

    Public Safety Training Center - 12700 SE 82nd Ave Clackamas, OR 97015
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    This four hour course covers firearms safety and defensive use of the handgun. Students will meet the Oregon, Utah, or Utah-Oregon requirements depending on which option is chosen. (The Utah permit allows one to carry in approximately thirty other states including Washington) It will give you a better understanding of the handgun, its safe handling and the law as it applies to its carriage and use in defending yourself.

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    Thursday, February 27

  • Planning and Zoning

    10:30 am - 11:30 pm File # Z0472-19-E, Appeal of Planning Director Decision on Alteration of Non-Conforming Use - Feb. 27, 2020


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    Proposal: Appeal of Planning Director approval of an application for alteration of a nonconforming use, the Douglas Ridge Rifle Club. The applicant proposes to construct a concrete slab and roof on an existing raised dirt shooting berm at the far west of Tax Lot 1600 (27787 SE Hwy 224). The slab would measure 4 inches tall, 10 feet wide, and 164 feet long, and would provide a solid surface for the shooters who currently use the berm; the roof, which would extend three feet beyond both long sides of the slab, would provide shelter to the shooters from the weather. The site would continue to be used by the same number, type, and frequency of shooters as currently approved for the same site.

    Address:  27787 SE Hwy 224, Eagle Creek

    Legal description:  T2S, R4E, Section 19, W.M, Tax Lots 01600, 01500, 00501, 01300, and T2S, R3E, Section 24, Tax Lot 04100, W.M.

    Zoning: RRFF-5 (Rural Residential Farm Forest 5-acre

    Staff contact: Glen Hamburg, 503-742-4523 or ghamburg@clackamas.us

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  • Tuesday, March 3

  • Transportation Engineering

    6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Pedestrian and Bikeway Advisory Committee - March 3, 2020


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    Joint meeting with County Parks Advisory Board

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  • Thursday, March 5

  • Planning and Zoning

    10:30 am - 11:30 am File #Z0245-19-E, appeal of Planning Director decision on Non-conforming Use Verification


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    Proposal: This is an appeal of a Planning Director decision partially denying a verification of a non-conforming use to ‘grandfather’ a cabin, tool shed, 2 outhouses, and fire pit.

    Address: 17511 S. Henrici Rd., Oregon City

    Legal Description: T 3 S, R 2 E, Section 12D , Tax Lot(s) 00501, W.M.

    Zoning: RRFF-5 (Rural Residential Farm Forest 5-acre)

    Staff contact: Glen Hamburg, 503-742-4523 or Ghamburg@clackamas.us

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  • Monday, March 9

  • Planning and Zoning

    6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Planning Commission - March 9, 2020


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  • Tuesday, March 17

  • Housing Authority

    6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Gladstone Planning Commission Public Hearing


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    Council Chambers of Gladstone City Hall
    525 Portland Ave.
    Gladstone, OR 97027 map

    The Gladstone Planning Commission will review the conditional use application for 18000 Webster Road.  Members of the public are welcome to attend, offer testimony or seek information at the hearing, or can email comments to jfields@clackamas.us

    Any correspondence emailed in advance of the meeting will be forwarded to the Planning Commission.

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  • Thursday, March 19

  • Planning and Zoning

    9:30 am - 10:30 am File #Z0037-20-D (Design Review) / Z0038-20-C (Conditional Use)


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    Proposal: Replace existing ticket building with a new building for ticket sales, along with retail sales. This is Skibowl, a fully developed ski area on 960+ acres including many buildings and uses. Conditional Use required due to addition of use – retail sales, in the replaced ticket sales building. Subject property is located at 31315 E Multorpor Drive, Government Camp. Zone designation for the site is MRR, Mountain Recreational Resort.

    Address: 31315 E. Multorpor Drive; south of Highway 26, Government Camp area

    Legal Description: T 3 S, R 8Q, Section 23AC , Tax Lot(s) 00800, W.M.

    Zoning: MRR (Mt. Recreational Resort)

    Staff contact: Clay Glasgow, 503-742-4520 or Claygla@clackamas.us

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  • Monday, March 23

  • Planning and Zoning

    6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Planning Commission - March 23, 2020


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  • Thursday, March 26

  • Planning and Zoning

    9:30 am - 10:30 am File # Z0001-20-SL


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    Proposal: A 16-lot major subdivision called Ruscliff Estates. All 16 of the proposed lots, ranging in size from 3,256 sq. ft to  5,046 sq. ft., are smaller the minimum allowable lot size permitted in the R-10 zoning district. Therefore, this subdivision must also be developed as a Planned Unit Development pursuant to ZDO Sec. 1013. Most of the remaining property will be left undisturbed and contained within designated open space tracts. Also, a small seasonal creek known as Alder Creek flows northwest across the subject property. Associated with this creek is a Habitat Conservation Area (HCA). Since the applicant is proposing development over and across portions of the HCA, an HCA Development Permit has also been submitted, and shall be filed concurrently with this application.

    Address: SE Ruscliff Rd

    Legal description: T 2S, R 2E, Section 05CB , Tax Lot(s) 00600, W.M.

    Zoning: R-10 Urban Low Density Residential

    Staff contact: Ben Blessing, 503-742-4521 or bblessing@clackamas.us

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  • Monday, April 13

  • Planning and Zoning

    6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Planning Commission - April 13, 2020


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  • Monday, April 27

  • Planning and Zoning

    6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Planning Commission - April 27, 2020


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    Thursday, February 20

  • Children, Family and Community Connections

    6:00 pm - 8:00 pm Fatherhood: The Art of Being Dad

    Gladstone Center for Children & Families, 18905 Portland Ave, Glastone, OR 97027
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    New dads, seasoned dads, grandfathers and role models, there are so many ways men play a key part in raising happy healthy children. These monthly group workshops will help you enjoy and understand your role as a father while providing opportunity for support, education, and personal growth. Facilitator Shawn Dewall of Healthy Families Clackamas provides a safe support atmosphere for exploration and education. For all dads with children birth to 8 years old. Dinner and child care provided with pre-registration. Please register by emailing clackamasparenting@gmail.com.

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  • Library

    6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Organic Gardening: Guide to Spring Planting (18+ Years) – Oak Lodge Public Library

    16201 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Oak Grove, OR 97267
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    Perennial favorite Arthur Moore kicks off our annual gardening series with a practical, hands-on guide to spring planting. Be sure to visit our Seeds for Sharing Seed Library while you’re here – it’s time to get your hands dirty in the garden!

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  • Saturday, February 22

  • Public Safety Training Center, Sheriff

    9:00 am - 1:00 pm PST 100: Oregon/Utah Concealed Handgun Class

    Public Safety Training Center - 12700 SE 82nd Ave Clackamas, OR 97015
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    This four hour course covers firearms safety and defensive use of the handgun. Students will meet the Oregon, Utah, or Utah-Oregon requirements depending on which option is chosen. (The Utah permit allows one to carry in approximately thirty other states including Washington) It will give you a better understanding of the handgun, its safe handling and the law as it applies to its carriage and use in defending yourself.

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  • Public Safety Training Center, Sheriff

    9:00 am - 6:30 pm PST 101: Basic Handgun Skill Development

    12700 SE 82nd Ave Clackamas, OR 97015
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    This one-day class is the starting point for the Public Safety Training Center's handgun-skills curriculum. It requires no prior handgun knowledge or experience. Understanding the principles of basic firearms safety is emphasized throughout PST 101 in a classroom lecture and on the range. The fundamentals of marksmanship are a focus of the class, in both dry- and live-fire exercises. A legal guardian has to take the class with minors age fifteen - eighteen.

    Classes are scheduled each month on selected Saturdays or Sundays, beginning at 9 a.m. Though completion of this class satisfies the statute requirements for application for an Oregon concealed handgun license, it is strongly recommended that the student seek additional training in Oregon's Use of Force laws, presented in the PST 100 class.

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  • Sunday, February 23

  • Public Safety Training Center, Sheriff

    9:00 am - 6:30 pm PST 101: Basic Handgun Skill Development

    12700 SE 82nd Ave Clackamas, OR 97015
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    This one-day class is the starting point for the Public Safety Training Center's handgun-skills curriculum. It requires no prior handgun knowledge or experience. Understanding the principles of basic firearms safety is emphasized throughout PST 101 in a classroom lecture and on the range. The fundamentals of marksmanship are a focus of the class, in both dry- and live-fire exercises. A legal guardian has to take the class with minors age fifteen - eighteen.

    Classes are scheduled each month on selected Saturdays or Sundays, beginning at 9 a.m. Though completion of this class satisfies the statute requirements for application for an Oregon concealed handgun license, it is strongly recommended that the student seek additional training in Oregon's Use of Force laws, presented in the PST 100 class.

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  • Tuesday, February 25

  • Resolution Services

    9:00 am - 10:00 am Mediation Orientation

    2051 Kaen Road Oregon City, OR 97045
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    Join us for a family law mediation to solve issues regarding child custody, parenting time, child support and or property distribution matters.

    • Pre-registration is not required. First-come, first-served. 30-people maximum.
    • Child care is not provided during the class. Please make alternative arrangements for your children.
    • Please arrive at least 20 minutes early (by 8:40 a.m., and no earlier than 8 a.m.) to check in. If you think you may wish to proceed to mediation with us.
    • If there is an active restraining order in your case and/or you don't feel comfortable being in the same room with the other party for orientation, you may attend a separate orientation session.

    For more information, visit our webpage or email us at rs@clackamas.us.

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  • Saturday, February 29

  • Public Safety Training Center, Sheriff

    9:00 am - 6:30 pm PST 101A: Accelerated Basic Pistol

    12700 SE 82nd Ave Clackamas, OR 97015
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    This full-day course is intended for graduates of PST 101 (or students who wish to bypass PST 101 after an instructor waiver) and who wish to continue their training and achieve entrance to PST 102. Picking up where PST 101 leaves off, this class introduces some basic defensive-handgun skills.

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  • Tuesday, March 3

  • Resolution Services

    9:00 am - 10:00 am Mediation Orientation

    2051 Kaen Road Oregon City, OR 97045
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    Join us for a family law mediation to solve issues regarding child custody, parenting time, child support and or property distribution matters.

    • Pre-registration is not required. First-come, first-served. 30-people maximum.
    • Child care is not provided during the class. Please make alternative arrangements for your children.
    • Please arrive at least 20 minutes early (by 8:40 a.m., and no earlier than 8 a.m.) to check in. If you think you may wish to proceed to mediation with us.
    • If there is an active restraining order in your case and/or you don't feel comfortable being in the same room with the other party for orientation, you may attend a separate orientation session.

    For more information, visit our webpage or email us at rs@clackamas.us.

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  • Social Services

    10:30 am - 12:00 pm Legal Issues for Family Caregivers Presentation

    Providence Willamette Falls Community Center, 519 15th St., Oregon City, OR 970…
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    Legal Issues for Family Caregivers Presentation is part of the 2020 Navigating the Journey Family Caregiver Education Series.

    Attorney-at-law Meredith Williamson has a special interest in helping families navigate the legal and financial matters of aging and care. In Navigating the Journey’s “Legal Issues” presentation, she will provide you with up-to-date information and discussions on subjects including:

    • Ways to pay for long term care
    • The difference between a power of attorney and the advance directive
    • The documents everyone should have in place and what happens if they aren’t

    This free presentation is hosted by Providence ElderPlace, Providence Home Services, Multnomah County Family Caregiver Support Program, and Clackamas County Family Caregiver Support Program.

    Doors open at 10 a.m. Beverages will be provided. Outside snacks are allowed.

    To register, sign up online, or call 503-650-5605.

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  • Saturday, March 7

  • Public Safety Training Center, Sheriff

    8:00 am - 6:30 pm PST 102: Defensive Handgun Skill Development

    12700 SE 82nd Ave Clackamas, OR 97015
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    This intensive 2-day course (minimum 16 hours) is the starting point for realistic self-defense preparedness. If you keep or carry a handgun for defensive purposes, you need this training. You will learn the professional attitudes and personal habits needed to keep you safe - as well as gain a unique understanding of some of the legal and personal responsibilities you assume as a gun owner. You will learn to safely and efficiently draw from concealment, re-holster, reload and clear your malfunctions. You will increase accuracy and speed through coached and supervised systematic, repetitive drills. You will develop your ability to safely operate your handgun with control, precision and speed.

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