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Fw: extreme history class, July 28-29, Over to the Sea Coast news release

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  • sally freeman
    Attached, and below, please find a news release for a Clatsop Community College weekend workshop being hosted by Lewis and Clark National Historical Park on
    Message 1 of 2 , Jul 7, 2012

      Attached, and below, please find a news release for a Clatsop Community
      College weekend workshop being hosted by Lewis and Clark National
      Historical Park on July 28-29.  Also attached is a photo of two
      participants from last summer's college workshop called accomplished every
      object.

      Sally Freeman
      Park Ranger
      Lewis and Clark NHP
      503-861-4424

      (See attached file: IMG_4924.JPG)(See attached file: over to the Sea Coast
      12-CCC immersion class July 28-29 news release.doc)
                                Over to the Sea Coast
                      Park to Hold Extreme Weekend History Course

      Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Fort Clatsop is pleased to
      announce an intense history course for adults in conjunction with Clatsop
      Community College.  Over to the Sea Coast starts at 8:00 a.m. Saturday,
      July 28 and concludes Sunday afternoon, July 29.  This 30 hour experience,
      taught by National Park Rangers, will have participants immersing
      themselves in the daily life of members of the Corps of Discovery (Lewis
      and Clark Expedition) in January 1806.  Objectives of the course include
      learning about the Corps’ salt-making, Clark’s quest for the whale, local
      1806 transportation, and Clatsop Indian culture at the time.

      This workshop includes an overnight stay near the beach.  Participants need
      to be in moderate physical condition to hike seven miles.  They must be at
      least 16 years old and willing to work and camp outdoors.  There is a $40
      materials fee payable to the Lewis & Clark National Park Association.
      Teachers can earn three continuing education credits for an additional $35
      payable to Clatsop Community College.  The class will begin in the Fort
      Clatsop Visitor Center at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 28.

      Please contact Ranger Sally Freeman at sally_freeman@... or
      503-861-4424 for further information or to sign-up by Wednesday, July 25.

                                          ###

    • deeandjohn87@comcast.net
      And there it is.  I apologize for my earlier mistake, due to email mismanagement! John O. ... From: sally freeman Sent: Saturday,
      Message 2 of 2 , Jul 18, 2012

        And there it is.  I apologize for my earlier mistake, due to email mismanagement!

         

        John O.


        From: "sally freeman" <youngsriver@...>
        Sent: Saturday, July 7, 2012 6:32:44 PM
        Subject: [PNLHmembers] Fw: extreme history class, July 28-29, Over to the Sea Coast news release

         


        Attached, and below, please find a news release for a Clatsop Community
        College weekend workshop being hosted by Lewis and Clark National
        Historical Park on July 28-29.  Also attached is a photo of two
        participants from last summer's college workshop called accomplished every
        object.

        Sally Freeman
        Park Ranger
        Lewis and Clark NHP
        503-861-4424

        (See attached file: IMG_4924.JPG)(See attached file: over to the Sea Coast
        12-CCC immersion class July 28-29 news release.doc)
                                  Over to the Sea Coast
                        Park to Hold Extreme Weekend History Course

        Lewis and Clark National Historical Park, Fort Clatsop is pleased to
        announce an intense history course for adults in conjunction with Clatsop
        Community College.  Over to the Sea Coast starts at 8:00 a.m. Saturday,
        July 28 and concludes Sunday afternoon, July 29.  This 30 hour experience,
        taught by National Park Rangers, will have participants immersing
        themselves in the daily life of members of the Corps of Discovery (Lewis
        and Clark Expedition) in January 1806.  Objectives of the course include
        learning about the Corps’ salt-making, Clark’s quest for the whale, local
        1806 transportation, and Clatsop Indian culture at the time.

        This workshop includes an overnight stay near the beach.  Participants need
        to be in moderate physical condition to hike seven miles.  They must be at
        least 16 years old and willing to work and camp outdoors.  There is a $40
        materials fee payable to the Lewis & Clark National Park Association.
        Teachers can earn three continuing education credits for an additional $35
        payable to Clatsop Community College.  The class will begin in the Fort
        Clatsop Visitor Center at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, July 28.

        Please contact Ranger Sally Freeman at sally_freeman@... or
        503-861-4424 for further information or to sign-up by Wednesday, July 25.

                                            ###

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