In Memoriam for September 2017

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In Memoriam for September 2017

  Sherril Allen ’92 Georgia Bollman Doris “Dory” Brooking Donna Mae Wineberg Jensen – The Clark College alumna operated Portland Meadows Race Track and Golf Course where she played a key part in the horse racing industry. Jensen was a supporter of Oregon 4-H, The Salvation Army, Camp Fire, Girl Scouts and St. Jude Children’s […]

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Class Notes

September 2017 LeAnne Bremer will serve a second term on the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce’s Board of Directors. Bremer is a partner-in-charge at Miller Nash Graham and Dunn LLP. The Columbian won the Business of the Year for large business from the Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce at its 2017 Business and Leadership Awards […]

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KeyBank donates in support of financial literacy

Assists first-generation students at Clark VANCOUVER, Wash., – KeyBank donated $10,000 to Clark College Foundation in support of Clark College’s financial literacy coach. The goal of the financial literacy coach is to break the cycle of intergenerational poverty by serving more than 2,000 low-income Clark College students through high-touch financial coaching in both one-on-one and […]

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Price Foundation gives to scholarships

The Price Foundation was on campus in early August to deliver a $15,000 gift for scholarships for Clark students. The scholarship funds for any field of study at Clark will be available for students during the winter and spring terms. The application process opened August 29, 2017, and will remain open until October 23. Visit […]

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In memoriam for August 2017

Verl Benjamin ’69 James Black Jarl Bolsoy ’76 Donald “Don” Burris ’98 Lorenz “Larry” Flindt ’55 Samuel Grooms William Imdieke Christopher Lewis ’10 – Lewis passed away July 31, 2017 as a result of a tragic motorcycle accident. He received his associate degree in Machining at Clark and was on the Dean’s List for all but […]

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The sweet and savory business of culinary

Conversations series event highlights food business in SW Washington Do you grill a mouth-watering caprese filet mignon or savory lemon Parmesan roasted broccoli? Is there a dish you do so well that your friends have told you to open a restaurant? How would you learn the basic tenets of running a business? These types of […]

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From the president

Clark is a community of people who mix together every day to help our students discover their potential. Food is the common ingredient that we share. Combine the two to get fulfillment, laughter and connection. It was fun to be a part of the “In the Kitchen” article and video for this edition of Partners. […]

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Around the Table

Culinary professionals agree that food fortifies our community, builds strong relationships   Whether it’s snagging those first strawberries of the season at the farmers market, talking tomato varieties over the back fence with your neighbor or enjoying a celebratory night out at a favorite restaurant—food isn’t just fuel for our bodies, it nourishes and shapes […]

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In the kitchen with Bob and Lisa

Two of Clark’s busiest leaders join students to prepare a simple, nutritious summertime meal  President Knight wants to know: “Where’s the meat?” Robert Knight, Clark College president, loves bacon. But he’s not a fan of tofu. Then he joined Lisa Gibert, president/CEO of Clark College Foundation, and Jonathan Dutson, a Clark Machining student, in the […]

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Soldiers in the drink

Two veterans focus their second careers on making wine Robb Zimmel’s first interest in winemaking is rooted in its mystery. He grew up watching the matriarchs in his family make wine out of all kinds of fruit. Berries are crushed, the juice is poured into a container and then some kind of alchemy magically transforms […]

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