Daily Announcements: Thursday, May 3

 

Vehicles that are not visibly showing a valid parking pass, and are parked in reserved parking WILL BE TICKETED. If you have a parking pass, it MUST BE PROPERLY DISPLAYED.  This means hanging from your rearview mirror, facing out of the windshield, not sitting on your dash.  NO EXCEPTIONS.

 

Please come support our master choir at the OSAA State Choir Championships this Saturday at Bauman Auditorium on the campus of George Fox University.  The performance is at 2:20 p.m. and tickets are $5.00 for students and $8.00 for adults. Wear your OC Pioneer gear and we hope to see you on Saturday!

 

Outdoor school will hold another student leader training tonight in the commons from 6 – 9:00 p.m.  They need more male counselors for the weeks of May 14th and the 28th for Gardiner MS students at Camp Magruder. Forms are available in student services.

 

Oregon City will host the Mr. Hood Conference District Girls Tennis Tournament on Monday, May 7th and Tuesday May 8th.  The parking section near the tennis courts will be blocked off both days for the safety of the participants and fans.  Please plan accordingly if you normally park in that area.

 

Our last show of the year is Sarah, Plain and Tall.  This sweet, romantic, funny and moving play is a perfect way to spend an evening.  $8.00 buys you a trip back in time to 1910, so you can experience this inspirational story of one woman’s courage to follow her dreams.  May 16th, 17th, 18th and 19th at 7:30 p.m.

 

Clackamas ESD received over 300 submissions from the 10 school districts in Clackamas County for their second annual regional art show.  Congratulations to Alannah Twede who won the Staff Choice Award for her charcoal “Portrait of a Woman”.  Congratulations also to Mattison Perry who tied with Alannah for Portraiture Award for her acrylic “Hebh Jamal”.  Great job ladies!

 

 

Have a great day OC!