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    Wednesday, January 22

  • Library

    6:30 pm - 7:30 pm MidWeek Renew Yoga (16+ Years) - Oak Lodge Public Library

    16201 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Oak Grove, OR 97267
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    Christina from Organic Movement offers a free community yoga flow class to help get over the midweek slump. Beginning yogis are welcome! Wear comfy clothes and bring a mat and towel (a limited number of mats may be available; you will want to put your towel over these, though!). Ages 16+ are welcome.

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  • Saturday, January 25

  • Library

    2:00 pm - 4:00 pm Craft: Felted Heart Garlands (18+ Years) – Oak Lodge Public Library

    16201 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Oak Grove, OR 97267
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    LeBrie will help you create a sweet heart garland, just in time for Valentine’s Day! No experience needed, and all supplies are provided. Free for ages 18 and over. Registration is required, and classes fill quickly, so call 503-655-8543 soon to reserve your spot!

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  • Monday, January 27

  • Library

    11:00 am - 11:45 am Yoga & Wellness Storytime (0-2 Years + Family) - Oak Lodge Public Library

    16201 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Oak Grove, OR 97267
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    Enjoy a free, fun 45-minute yoga class for kids and their adults taught by Organic Movement. Babies and caregivers should wear comfortable clothes and bring a mat and towel. No registration required.

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  • Wednesday, January 29

  • Library

    6:30 pm - 7:30 pm MidWeek Renew Yoga (16+ Years) - Oak Lodge Public Library

    Oak Lodge Library - 16201 SE McLoughlin Blvd. Oak Grove, OR 97267
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    Christina from Organic Movement offers a free community yoga flow class to help get over the midweek slump. Beginning yogis are welcome! Wear comfy clothes and bring a mat and towel (a limited number of mats may be available; you will want to put your towel over these, though!). Ages 16+ are welcome.

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  • Thursday, January 30

  • Health Housing and Human Services

    11:30 am - 1:30 pm Pain and Opioids in Older Adults: What should I know? Free Lunch and Learn

    Providence Willamette Falls Community Center 519 15th St., Oregon City, OR 97045
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    The opioid epidemic is a leading topic in today’s headlines. Acute and chronic pain affects more than 100 million Americans and is a burden on everyday life.

    Join Providence Health and Services; Clackamas County’s Health, Housing and Human Services Department; and community partners for a free event focused on increasing understanding around pain and opioids in older adults.

    Older adult community residents, those who work with older adults, medical providers, physical therapists, and senior center representatives are encouraged to attend this free public event. Lunch will be provided to attendees..

    Experts will share information on how we can better understand pain, the risks and limits of opioid usage for pain, and alternative pain treatment options.

    Keynote:

    • Understanding pain
    • Acute vs. chronic pain

    Panel Topics:

    • Opioid tolerance and addiction
    • Marijuana and buprenorphine for pain 
    • Alternative pain management strategies
    • Stigma associated with opioid use 
    • Using opioids safely
    • Safe storage and disposal of prescription medication

    *CME credit available pending approval

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  • Tuesday, March 3

  • 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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  • Thursday, March 12

  • Social Services

    6:00 pm - 7:30 pm Legal Issues for Family Caregivers Presentation

    Providence Portland Medical Center’s Cancer Center Amphitheater, 4805 NE Glisan…
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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 5:30 p.m. Beverages will be provided. Outside snacks are allowed.

    The Medical Center is close to public transit. Parking is available in the parking garage accessible from Glisan Street.

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

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  • Wednesday, April 22

  • Social Services

    11:30 am - 2:00 pm Your Invitation To Serve - Volunteer Interest Fair

    Clackamas County Development Services Building Auditorium - 150 Beavercreek Rd …
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    Volunteer Connection and other agencies will present a full range of volunteer opportunities available to you in Clackamas County at this free Volunteer Interest event. While you “shop” for what interests you, you get to choose how and where you want to serve, choose the amount of time you want to give, and choose whether you want to draw on your skills or develop new ones—you find the opportunity that’s right for you!

    Over 25 volunteer agencies will be represented and ready to tell you how volunteers are making a difference in people’s lives every day in Clackamas County. If you feel drawn to do something positive and change lives, we invite you to join us!

    Refreshments and giveaways

    For more information, call Wendy at 503-650-5796 or wendyhay@clackamas.us

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  • Tuesday, April 28

  • Public Health

    5:30 pm - 7:30 pm Not Just Naloxone: Community Workshop

    Northwest Family Services - 6200 Southeast King Road Portland, OR 97222
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    Learn about the opioid crisis in Clackamas County, and how to reverse the effects of an overdose.

    At this free workshop, community members, nonprofit organizations, local government, and treatment experts come together to learn about the impact of the prescription drug and opioid crisis on the Clackamas County community. Learn from experts on how to reduce your risk of harm whether or not you currently use opioid medications, as well as a hands-on session about how to administer naloxone (an overdose antidote).

    This event is open to community members, local businesses, local officials, law enforcement, and anybody else who would like to know more about how to play a part in reducing overdose rates in Clackamas and beyond.

    Coffee and snacks will be served. Free naloxone kits available for registrants.

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    Wednesday, January 22

  • Economic Development

    7:30 am - 9:30 am Economic Development Commission Jan. 22, 2020


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  • Thursday, January 23

  • Planning and Zoning

    9:30 am - 10:30 am File # Z0535-19 Design Review, Appeal of Planning Director Decision


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    Proposal: Appeal of approval for Construction of a 7,367 sq. ft. car wash facility with a self-serve design equipped with 27 vacuum stations and a drive through car wash station. Proposed project to also include site improvements such as landscaping and signage. The car wash is proposed to operate during daytime hours of 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.

    Address:  8864 SE 82nd Ave., Happy Valley 97086

    Legal Description:  T1S, R2E, Section 28BB, Tax Lot 12600, 13400, 13300, 12700, W.M.

    Zoning: CC-Corridor Commercial

    Staff Contact: Anthony Riederer, 503-742-4528 or ARiederer@clackamas.us
     

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  • Board of County Commissioners

    10:00 am - 12:00 pm Board of County Commissioners' Business Meeting - Jan. 23, 2020


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    Beginning Board Order No. 2020-05

    CALL TO ORDER

    • Roll Call
    • Pledge of Allegiance

    I. HOUSING AUTHORITY PUBLIC HEARING

    1. Public Hearing and Approval of Resolution No. 1942 for Exemption and Authorization touse the Request for Proposals Method to Obtain a Construction Manager/GeneralContractor for the Webster Redevelopment Project (George Marlton, Procurement)

    II. PRESENTATION (Following are items of interest to the citizens of the County)

    1. Rhododendron Community Centennial Celebration Proclamation – (Commissioner KenHumberston)

    III. CITIZEN COMMUNICATION (The Chair of the Board will call for statements from citizensregarding 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.

    IV. PUBLIC HEARING (The following items will be individually presented by County staff or otherappropriate 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. Approval of Resolution No. _____ Adopting Mass Gathering Application Fees and Declaring as Emergency (Stephen Madkour, County Counsel)

    V. 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 of a Revenue Contract and Business Associate Agreement with CareOregon,Inc. for Behavioral Health Services – Behavioral Health
    2. Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement with Clackamas Community College for HB2017 State Transportation Improvement Fund Regional Coordination Program Funds for Expansion of the CCC Xpress Shuttle – Social Services

    B. Finance Department

    1. Authorization to Purchase a Freightliner Loader Truck from McCoy Freightliner of Portland for the Department of Transportation and Development - Procurement

    C. Elected Officials

    1. Approval of Previous Business Meeting Minutes – BCC
    2. Request by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) to Enter into an Agreement with Portland Mountain Rescue for Search and Rescue Volunteer Activities - CCSO
    3. Request by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) to Enter into an Agreement with Mountain Wave Search and Rescue for Search and Rescue Volunteer Activities – CCSO
    4. Request by the Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office (CCSO) to Enter into an Agreement with Pacific Northwest Search and Rescue, Inc. for Search and Rescue Volunteer Activities - CCSO
    5. Approval of Intergovernmental Agreement between Clackamas County Behalf of the Clackamas County Sheriff's Office and Department of Homeland Security, Immigration and Customs Enforcement, Enforcement and Removal Operations-Seattle use of the Public Safety Training Center (PSTC) - Bowman Training Complex - CCSO

    D. Disaster Management

    1. Intergovernmental Agreement between the State of Oregon (Oregon State Police) and Clackamas County for Medical Examiner’s Office Building Agreement

    E. Technology Services

    1. Approval for a Service Level Agreement between Clackamas Broadband eXchange and Allstream Business US
    2. Approval for a Service Level Agreements Amendment No. 1 between Clackamas Broadband eXchange and Summit Learning Charter

    F. Community Corrections

    1. Approval to Apply for a Grant Award

    VI. COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR UPDATE

    VII. COMMISSIONERS COMMUNICATION

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  • Friday, January 24

  • Library District

    1:30 pm - 3:30 pm Library District Task Force Meeting - Jan. 24, 2020


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  • Monday, January 27

  • Planning and Zoning

    6:30 pm - 7:30 pm Planning Commission


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  • Library District

    7:00 pm - 8:00 pm Library District Advisory Committee Meeting - Jan. 27, 2020


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  • Wednesday, January 29

  • Housing Authority

    6:00 pm - 7:00 pm Webster Road Jan. 29, 2020


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    Join the Housing Authority of Clackamas County to learn about the 18000 Webster Road Housing Rehabilitation project in Gladstone.

    WHERE: Gladstone High School Cafeteria
    18800 Portland Ave, Gladstone 97027 (map)

    Don't miss the opportunity to view updated project drawings, hear about when we will begin the land use process, and give feedback or ask questions. All are welcome to attend, refreshments will be provided.

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  • Thursday, January 30

  • Planning and Zoning

    9:30 am - 10:30 am File # Z0509-19 Conditional Use - Jan. 30, 2020


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    Proposal: Hosting events:  weddings, memorial services, etc.  As described this will involve maximum of twenty (20) events per year with maximum 300 guests per event.  Events held outside along with large tent to set tables under with pop-up tents as needed.   No permanent structures used. Subject property is approximately 400+-acres in size, with main address of 33814 S. Meridian Road.  Current use of property is farming.   This is the site of the Wooden Shoe Tulip Festival.    Zone designation for the site is EFU, Exclusive Farm Use.                

    Address:  33814 S. Meridian Rd., Woodburn 97071

    Legal description:  T5S, R1W, Section 24, Tax Lot 0700, 0600, W.M.

    Zoning: EFU – Exclusive Farm Use

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

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  • Planning and Zoning

    10:30 am - 11:00 am File # Z0332-19 Design Review Appeal - Jan. 30, 2020


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    Proposal: Appeal of conditions of approval for Design review of a new commercial building to be used as a bank. The site design includes a drive-through ATM facility. The building is approximately 3,500 square feet and the proposal includes along with new site access, parking, landscaping and other site improvements. The applicant is appealing the condition to comply with portion of the decision which requires them to comply with ODOT Facts and Findings, X-CRC-2.The meeting will be held in the Room 115 of Clackamas County's Development Services Building, located at 150 Beavercreek Road in Oregon City.

    Address:  West side of SE 82nd Ave., between SE Lindy St. and SE Cornwell Ave., Clackamas

    Legal description:  T1S, R2E, Section 29AA, Tax Lot 06100 W.M.

    Zoning: cc- Corridor Commercial

    Staff contact: Anthony Riederer, 503-742-4528 or ariederer@clackamas.us

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  • Tuesday, February 4

  • Transportation Engineering

    6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Pedestrian and Bikeway Advisory Committee - Feb. 4, 2020


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    Saturday, January 18

  • 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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  • Thursday, January 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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  • Saturday, January 25

  • 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, January 28

  • 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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  • Thursday, January 30

  • Health Housing and Human Services

    11:30 am - 1:30 pm Pain and Opioids in Older Adults: What should I know? Free Lunch and Learn

    Providence Willamette Falls Community Center 519 15th St., Oregon City, OR 97045
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    The opioid epidemic is a leading topic in today’s headlines. Acute and chronic pain affects more than 100 million Americans and is a burden on everyday life.

    Join Providence Health and Services; Clackamas County’s Health, Housing and Human Services Department; and community partners for a free event focused on increasing understanding around pain and opioids in older adults.

    Older adult community residents, those who work with older adults, medical providers, physical therapists, and senior center representatives are encouraged to attend this free public event. Lunch will be provided to attendees..

    Experts will share information on how we can better understand pain, the risks and limits of opioid usage for pain, and alternative pain treatment options.

    Keynote:

    • Understanding pain
    • Acute vs. chronic pain

    Panel Topics:

    • Opioid tolerance and addiction
    • Marijuana and buprenorphine for pain 
    • Alternative pain management strategies
    • Stigma associated with opioid use 
    • Using opioids safely
    • Safe storage and disposal of prescription medication

    *CME credit available pending approval

    Register by 1/24 for this lunch and learn on Eventbrite

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  • Friday, January 31

  • Public Safety Training Center

    8:00 am - 12:30 pm MED 101: Adult (12+ years) First Aid CPR/AED

    12700 SE 82nd Ave Clackamas, OR 97015
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    The course incorporates the latest science and teaches students to recognize and care for a variety of first aid emergencies such as burns, cuts, scrapes, sudden illnesses, head, neck, back injuries, heat and cold emergencies and how to respond to adult victim breathing and cardiac emergencies (12 years and older). Students who successfully complete this course will receive a certificate for Adult First Aid/CPR/AED valid for two years. 

    Register now.

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  • Saturday, February 1

  • Public Safety Training Center, Sheriff

    8:00 am - 4:00 pm WSP 101: Basic Survival & Preparedness

    12700 SE 82nd Ave Clackamas, OR 97015
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    Participants will gain practical knowledge to plan appropriately, avoid common mistakes, use current & primitive technology, and gain foundational skills to survive being lost or stranded in the Oregon wilderness.

    This section is taught by Clackamas County Sheriff's Deputies who work on our Search & Rescue Team in the wilderness of Western Oregon- most notably the Mount Hood National Forest. With years of training experience and firsthand knowledge of countless survival scenarios, these survival experts will teach you essential preparedness concepts and key survival skills for the wilderness of the Northwest. Designed for outdoor enthusiasts, hunters, hikers, and campers alike who frequent the back county of Clackamas County. The class covers a range of subject matter including planning/preparation/survival essentials, navigation/GPS, shelter building, fire building, wilderness first aid concepts, natural survival aids of the PNW. Classroom-based instruction with hands-on demonstration and activities.

    • One 8-hour session

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  • 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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  • Sunday, February 2

  • 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 4

  • 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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