Charbonneau Country Club
32000 SW Charbonneau Drive
Wilsonville, OR 97070
P: 503-694-2300
F: 503-694-5783
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October 2019
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October 2019
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  • Art Festival
    Location: whole clubhouse+
    Details:
    Eric Hoem 503-694-6036
  • 6:00p Arts Reception
    Start: 6:00pm-8:00pm
    Location: Wholel Clubhouse
    Details:
    Eric Hoem503-694-6036
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  • Art Festival
    Location: whole clubhouse+
    Details:
    Eric Hoem 503-694-6036
  • 7:00a Setup Arts
    Start: 7:00am-10:00am
    Location: Whole Clubhouse
    Details:
    Eric Hoem503-694-6036
  • 10:00a Art Festival
    Start: 10:00am-6:00pm
    Location: Whole Clubhouse
    Details:
    Eric Hoem503-694-6036
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  • Art Festival
    Location: whole clubhouse+
    Details:
    Eric Hoem 503-694-6036
  • 9:00a Setup Arts
    Start: 9:00am-11:00am
    Location: whole clubhouse
    Details:
    Eric Hoem503-694-6036
  • 11:00a Arts Festival
    Start: 11:00am-5:00pm
    Location: Whole Clubhouse
    Details:
    Eric Hoem503-694-6036
  • 5:00p Tear down Arts Festival
    Start: 5:00pm-7:00pm
    Location: whole clubhouse
    Details:
    Eric Hoem503-694-6036
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  • 9:00a Get Fit Aerobics
    Start: 9:00am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room & Dinning Room
    Details:
    Jill Walker503-981-4335503-989-1211getfitwjwalker@gmail.com
  • 11:00a Yoga
    Start: 11:00am-12:15pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Cathleen Morrison406-868-5761
  • 11:30a CWA Board Meeting
    Start: 11:30am-1:30pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Anne Shevlinashevy@comcast.net970-282-2756
  • 11:30a Body Sculpt
    Start: 11:30am-12:30pm
    Location: Pool house at 8298 Lafayette Way
    Details:
    Core, balance/strength/stretch10:30-11:30Fall session: Sept 17 - Dec 21, 2018Drop-in $10$7 per class if signup for fall sessionContact:Jules Moody503-577-7328Sole Sisters - solesisters.us
  • 1:30p Mah Jongg
    Start: 1:30pm-5:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Rosemary Ricken503-694-1070
  • 2:00p BGA Board Meeting
    Start: 2:00pm-3:30pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Maureen Larsen503-694-8666maureenlarsen4@gmail.com
  • 2:00p ALTA Meeting
    Start: 2:00pm-4:00pm
    Location: Alcove
  • 7:00p Essentrics Class
    Start: 7:00pm-8:00pm
    Details:
    For more information, contact Jan Landis at 503-550-7264
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  • 9:05a Zumba Gold
    Start: 9:05am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Heidi Baum: 503-750-2021Jean Viets: 503-866-9312
  • 9:30a Essentrics Class
    Start: 9:30am-10:30am
  • 3:00p CCC Board Meeting
    Start: 3:00pm-5:00pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Jim Meierotto503-694-2300
  • 8:00p Free Social Dance for Beginners
    Start: 8:00pm-9:00pm
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Social Dance for BeginnersAnyone who is motivated and capable of counting to four in rhythm can learn to dance a variety of dances and look great on the dance floor. Randy and Lynn Hitz have been dancing for over twenty years and they would like to share with you some of what they have learned so you can experience the joy of dance. For the most part they will teach American style which can be used in ballroom, country western, and night club settings. In the first five lessons, they will focus on the four-count hustle because it can be learned very quickly and it can be used for slow dances, cha cha ch, and, of course, the hustle which is the most common dance played since 1970. The four-count hustle is also a very good foundational dance for the east coast swing, foxtrot, waltz, rumba and meringue. Charbonneau resident Randy Hitz was a university dean of education for 27 years and is looking forward to teaching you how to dance. If you have dance questions, call Randy at 503-853-4891. This series of five classes will be held at the Clubhouse on Tuesday evenings at 7pm. Classes are an hour long and the first class begins on Nov. 5. These classes are FREE but please register in the CCC office so we know how many people to expect. At this price, class may fill up quickly so don’t delay. Singles are welcome, partners are not required.
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  • 9:00a Get Fit Aerobics
    Start: 9:00am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room & Dinning Room
    Details:
    Jill Walker503-981-4335503-989-1211getfitwjwalker@gmail.com
  • 11:00a Yoga
    Start: 11:00am-12:15pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Cathleen Morrison406-868-5761
  • 11:00a Watercolors Class
    Start: 11:00am-1:00pm
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Elaine Luneke503-989-1540
  • 12:45p Women's Party Bridge
    Start: 12:45pm-5:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Lee Harker541-840-3208
  • 5:30p Setup Party Pitch
    Start: 5:30pm-6:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Lindy Anderson503-694-1159
  • 6:00p Party Pitch
    Start: 6:00pm-9:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Lindy Anderson503-694-1159
  • 7:00p Men's Cards
    Start: 7:00pm-10:00pm
    Details:
    Al Landis503-550-7263
  • 7:00p Essentrics Class
    Start: 7:00pm-8:00pm
    Details:
    For more information, contact Jan Landis at 503-550-7264
  • 7:00p Art For Life
    Start: 7:00pm-9:00pm
    Location: Basement Art Room
    Details:
    Kim Boehler
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  • 9:05a Zumba Gold
    Start: 9:05am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Heidi Baum: 503-750-2021Jean Viets: 503-866-9312
  • 11:00a Yoga
    Start: 11:00am-12:15pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Cathleen Morrison406-868-5761
  • 11:30a Wilsonville Garden Club
    Start: 11:30am-2:00pm
    Location: dining room
    Details:
    Karen Varty503-694-8313
  • 1:30p Duplicate Bridge
    Start: 1:30pm-5:30pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Kathy Brault503-694-6049
  • 8:00p Bible Study
    Start: 8:00pm-10:00pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Laura Noffke: 503-694-6195
  • 8:00p Emergency Preparedness
    Start: 8:00pm-9:30pm
    Location: Lounge or Card Room
    Details:
    Committee MeetingSande Batte
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  • Setup Veterans Breakfast
  • 9:00a Get Fit Aerobics
    Start: 9:00am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room & Dinning Room
    Details:
    Jill Walker503-981-4335503-989-1211getfitwjwalker@gmail.com
  • 11:00a Wadley Quilters
    Start: 11:00am-5:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Sherry Wadley503-694-2107
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  • 9:00a Veteran's Breakfast
    Start: 9:00am-10:30am
    Location: Dining Room and Fireplace Room
    Details:
    R.S.V.P. for Veterans BreakfastCharbonneau Country Club’s Eighth Annual Breakfast to honor Charbonneau Veterans will be held on Saturday, November 9, at 8:00 am. This is a FREE breakfast honoring the service and sacrifices of our military service members, past and present. In addition, we are planning a brief presentation at 8:30 am. The Wilsonville Rotary will be preparing the food, which includes: make-to-order omelets, pancakes, and eggs. This hard working group is known for their service to the community and look forward to honoring Veterans for their service to our country.Please contact the CCC office at 503-694-2300 or Kim@CharbonneauCountryClub.com to R.S.V.P. for this event by Tuesday, Nov. 5. Spouses are also welcome.
  • 6:00p Birthday Club
    Start: 6:00pm-10:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Liz Heard503-694-8191
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  • 9:00a Get Fit Aerobics
    Start: 9:00am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room & Dinning Room
    Details:
    Jill Walker503-981-4335503-989-1211getfitwjwalker@gmail.com
  • 10:00a
    Start: 10:00am-11:00am
  • 11:00a Yoga
    Start: 11:00am-12:15pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Cathleen Morrison406-868-5761
  • 11:30a Body Sculpt
    Start: 11:30am-12:30pm
    Location: Pool house at 8298 Lafayette Way
    Details:
    Core, balance/strength/stretch10:30-11:30Fall session: Sept 17 - Dec 21, 2018Drop-in $10$7 per class if signup for fall sessionContact:Jules Moody503-577-7328Sole Sisters - solesisters.us
  • 12:30p CWA Luncheon
    Start: 12:30pm-3:00pm
    Location: Dining Room & Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Anne Shevlinashevy@comcast.net970-282-2756
  • 1:30p Mah Jongg
    Start: 1:30pm-5:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Rosemary Ricken503-694-1070
  • 5:00p FL/FE Board Meeting
    Start: 5:00pm-6:30pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Donalyn Cambas541-944-6356
  • 7:00p Essentrics Class
    Start: 7:00pm-8:00pm
    Details:
    For more information, contact Jan Landis at 503-550-7264
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  • 9:05a Zumba Gold
    Start: 9:05am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Heidi Baum: 503-750-2021Jean Viets: 503-866-9312
  • 9:30a Essentrics Class
    Start: 9:30am-10:30am
  • 11:00a SHIBA/Medicare 101
    Start: 11:00am-3:00pm
    Location: Dining Room
    Details:
    SHIBA: Medicare Questions Answered“Medicare 101 and Navigating Medicare.gov”Are you new to Medicare? Will you be eligible for Medicare in the next year? Are you a current Medicare recipient? Want to know more about Medicare? How to locate plans, providers, Medicare covered services, review Medicare Summary Notices, etc.?Come to the Charbonneau Country Club on Tuesday, Nov. 12, at 10:30 am for a free one-hour “Medicare 101” informational/educational session. Following the presentation, Clackamas County Certified Senior Health Insurance Benefits Assistance (SHIBA) counselor volunteers will be available to answer questions. SHIBA volunteers do not sell insurance or represent any company or agent.
  • 2:00p Book Club
    Start: 2:00pm-4:00pm
    Details:
    Schuyler Wallace503-694-8258swallace1@att.net
  • 3:30p Men's Club Board Meeting
    Start: 3:30pm-6:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    John Meyers503-694-8342
  • 8:00p Free Social Dance for Beginners
    Start: 8:00pm-9:00pm
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Social Dance for BeginnersAnyone who is motivated and capable of counting to four in rhythm can learn to dance a variety of dances and look great on the dance floor. Randy and Lynn Hitz have been dancing for over twenty years and they would like to share with you some of what they have learned so you can experience the joy of dance. For the most part they will teach American style which can be used in ballroom, country western, and night club settings. In the first five lessons, they will focus on the four-count hustle because it can be learned very quickly and it can be used for slow dances, cha cha ch, and, of course, the hustle which is the most common dance played since 1970. The four-count hustle is also a very good foundational dance for the east coast swing, foxtrot, waltz, rumba and meringue. Charbonneau resident Randy Hitz was a university dean of education for 27 years and is looking forward to teaching you how to dance. If you have dance questions, call Randy at 503-853-4891. This series of five classes will be held at the Clubhouse on Tuesday evenings at 7pm. Classes are an hour long and the first class begins on Nov. 5. These classes are FREE but please register in the CCC office so we know how many people to expect. At this price, class may fill up quickly so don’t delay. Singles are welcome, partners are not required.
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  • 9:00a Get Fit Aerobics
    Start: 9:00am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room & Dinning Room
    Details:
    Jill Walker503-981-4335503-989-1211getfitwjwalker@gmail.com
  • 10:30a Knotty Knitter II @ offsite location
    Start: 10:30am-11:30am
    Location: Louvonne Clubhouse in Charbonneau
    Details:
    Knotty Knitters mainly meet at the Louvonne Clubhouse, however, please contact Lee Harker at541-840-3208 to confirm location and meeting.The group may only meet once a month during the summer months.
  • 11:00a Yoga
    Start: 11:00am-12:15pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Cathleen Morrison406-868-5761
  • 11:00a Watercolors Class
    Start: 11:00am-1:00pm
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Elaine Luneke503-989-1540
  • 12:45p Women's Party Bridge
    Start: 12:45pm-5:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Lee Harker541-840-3208
  • 4:00p Wine Tasting & Sale
    Start: 4:00pm-6:00pm
    Location: Dining Room
    Details:
    Wine Tasting & Holiday SaleCome to the CCC Clubhouse for our annual Wine Tasting and Sale event, happening on Wednesday, Nov. 13, at 3:00 pm. You will enjoy sampling a variety of wines presented by Brandon Day of Northwest Negociant Project, who will educate us with his extensive wine knowledge. Brandon negotiates with wineries on price so we are anticipating many good values being offered at the tasting event. We need to know how much wine to bring so please purchase your tickets in the CCC office as soon as possible. Tickets are just $4.00 per person ($8.00 per couple). Invite your friends and neighbors to partake in this enjoyable afternoon gathering (please bring a favorite appetizer to share). Wine will then be available for pick up the following Wednesday, Nov. 20, just in time for holiday parties and hostess gifts!
  • 5:00p CVCOA Board Meeting
    Start: 5:00pm-6:00pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Jan Holley503-694-5846
  • 7:00p Essentrics Class
    Start: 7:00pm-8:00pm
    Details:
    For more information, contact Jan Landis at 503-550-7264
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  • 9:05a Zumba Gold
    Start: 9:05am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Heidi Baum: 503-750-2021Jean Viets: 503-866-9312
  • 11:00a Yoga
    Start: 11:00am-12:15pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Cathleen Morrison406-868-5761
  • 1:30p Duplicate Bridge
    Start: 1:30pm-5:30pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Kathy Brault503-694-6049
  • 8:00p Bible Study
    Start: 8:00pm-10:00pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Laura Noffke: 503-694-6195
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  • Open calendar for 2020 reservations
  • Decorate Clubhouse for Holidays
  • 9:00a Get Fit Aerobics
    Start: 9:00am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room & Dinning Room
    Details:
    Jill Walker503-981-4335503-989-1211getfitwjwalker@gmail.com
  • 10:00a CGC Greens & Golf Committee
    Start: 10:00am-11:30am
    Location: Lounge
  • 2:00p Fiber Art Group
    Start: 2:00pm-4:00pm
    Location: Card Room
  • 3:00p Cupcake Decorating (snowman cupcakes)
    Start: 3:00pm-4:30pm
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Cupcake Decorating for the HolidaysLearn to decorate cupcakes for the upcoming holidays. Kelly from Sprinkles of Joy Bakery will teach you how to use a frosting piping bag. This class is just $25 and all supplies will be provided. Grab an apron and come the Clubhouse on Friday, Nov. 15. Class begins at 2pm and by 3:30pm, you will have decorated your own cupcakes (one dozen), which will be perfect for showing off at an upcoming party. Register for this class in the CCC office and amaze your friends with the new skills you will learn from this decorating class!
  • 7:00p CERT Training
    Start: 7:00pm-10:00pm
    Location: card room
    Details:
    Free CERT Training Available in Charbonneau – With Greg Leo This November, the CCC Emergency Preparedness and Public Safety Committee, in collaboration with North Marion CERT, is offering a free Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) Basic Course to anyone interested in learning about proper response in emergencies.CERT is a training program designed by FEMA to train people in basic emergency response skills. These skills can be useful in natural or man-made disasters, but the course also teaches basic skills that come in handy at home for family and personal safety and to help friends and neighbors in case of medical, fire, or other emergencies.The CERT concept was developed by the Los Angeles Fire Department in 1985, and showed its utility in the 1987 Whittier Narrows earthquake when the ability of civilians to meet their immediate needs proved to be key to resilience during and after a disaster. Course materials have been developed by FEMA as best practices for community emergency preparedness training.The course will be taught at the Charbonneau Clubhouse Card Room on consecutive weekends: Friday, Nov. 15, 6-9pm, Saturday, Nov. 16, 9am-4pm, then on Friday, Nov. 22, 6-9pm and Saturday, Nov. 23, 9am-4pm. The basic training covers 9 units that include both classroom and hands-on training in the following areas:• Disaster Preparedness: Addresses hazards specific to the community. Materials cover actions that participants and their families take before, during and after a disaster as well as an overview of CERT and local laws governing volunteers.•Fire Suppression: Covers fire chemistry, hazardous materials, fire hazards and fire suppression strategies. However, the thrust of this session is the safe use of fire extinguishers, controlling utilities and extinguishing a small fire.•Medical Operations Part 1: Participants practice diagnosing and treating airway obstruction, bleeding and shock by using simple triage and rapid treatment techniques.•Medical Operations Part 2: Covers evaluating patients by doing a head to toe assessment, establishing a medical treatment area and performing first aid.•Light Search and Rescue Operations: Participants learn about search and rescue planning, size-up, search techniques, rescue techniques and rescuer safety.•Psychology and Team Organization: Covers signs and symptoms that might be experienced by the disaster victim and workers, and addresses CERT organization and management• The Emergency Preparedness committee encourages residents to take advantage of this opportunity to improve their own resilience in emergencies. Trained CERT volunteers will add another layer of preparation to our community’s emergency plans! If you have previous CERT Training, this course can serve as a refresher course. Contact Greg Leo for more details at (503) 804-6391, northmarionCERT@gmail.comDeadline to reserve your spot for this training is Friday, October 25, 2019. Email Karen Pratt to reserve at karen@charbonneaucountryclub.com
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  • 10:00a CERT Training
    Start: 10:00am-5:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Free CERT Training Available in Charbonneau – With Greg Leo This November, the CCC Emergency Preparedness and Public Safety Committee, in collaboration with North Marion CERT, is offering a free Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) Basic Course to anyone interested in learning about proper response in emergencies.CERT is a training program designed by FEMA to train people in basic emergency response skills. These skills can be useful in natural or man-made disasters, but the course also teaches basic skills that come in handy at home for family and personal safety and to help friends and neighbors in case of medical, fire, or other emergencies.The CERT concept was developed by the Los Angeles Fire Department in 1985, and showed its utility in the 1987 Whittier Narrows earthquake when the ability of civilians to meet their immediate needs proved to be key to resilience during and after a disaster. Course materials have been developed by FEMA as best practices for community emergency preparedness training.The course will be taught at the Charbonneau Clubhouse Card Room on consecutive weekends: Friday, Nov. 15, 6-9pm, Saturday, Nov. 16, 9am-4pm, then on Friday, Nov. 22, 6-9pm and Saturday, Nov. 23, 9am-4pm. The basic training covers 9 units that include both classroom and hands-on training in the following areas:• Disaster Preparedness: Addresses hazards specific to the community. Materials cover actions that participants and their families take before, during and after a disaster as well as an overview of CERT and local laws governing volunteers.•Fire Suppression: Covers fire chemistry, hazardous materials, fire hazards and fire suppression strategies. However, the thrust of this session is the safe use of fire extinguishers, controlling utilities and extinguishing a small fire.•Medical Operations Part 1: Participants practice diagnosing and treating airway obstruction, bleeding and shock by using simple triage and rapid treatment techniques.•Medical Operations Part 2: Covers evaluating patients by doing a head to toe assessment, establishing a medical treatment area and performing first aid.•Light Search and Rescue Operations: Participants learn about search and rescue planning, size-up, search techniques, rescue techniques and rescuer safety.•Psychology and Team Organization: Covers signs and symptoms that might be experienced by the disaster victim and workers, and addresses CERT organization and management• The Emergency Preparedness committee encourages residents to take advantage of this opportunity to improve their own resilience in emergencies. Trained CERT volunteers will add another layer of preparation to our community’s emergency plans! If you have previous CERT Training, this course can serve as a refresher course. Contact Greg Leo for more details at (503) 804-6391, northmarionCERT@gmail.comDeadline to reserve your spot for this training is Friday, October 25, 2019. Email Karen Pratt to reserve at karen@charbonneaucountryclub.com
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  • Decorate Clubhouse for Holidays
  • 9:00a Get Fit Aerobics
    Start: 9:00am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room & Dinning Room
    Details:
    Jill Walker503-981-4335503-989-1211getfitwjwalker@gmail.com
  • 11:00a Yoga
    Start: 11:00am-12:15pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Cathleen Morrison406-868-5761
  • 11:30a Body Sculpt
    Start: 11:30am-12:30pm
    Location: Pool house at 8298 Lafayette Way
    Details:
    Core, balance/strength/stretch10:30-11:30Fall session: Sept 17 - Dec 21, 2018Drop-in $10$7 per class if signup for fall sessionContact:Jules Moody503-577-7328Sole Sisters - solesisters.us
  • 1:30p Mah Jongg
    Start: 1:30pm-5:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Rosemary Ricken503-694-1070
  • 3:00p CROA Meeting
    Start: 3:00pm-5:00pm
    Location: Lounge
  • 7:00p Setup Men's Cards
    Start: 7:00pm-7:30pm
    Location: lounge
    Details:
    Dennis Jablonski503-694-5635
  • 7:00p Essentrics Class
    Start: 7:00pm-8:00pm
    Details:
    For more information, contact Jan Landis at 503-550-7264
  • 7:30p Men's Cards
    Start: 7:30pm-10:45pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Dennis Jablonski503-694-5635
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  • Decorate Clubhouse for Holidays
  • 9:05a Zumba Gold
    Start: 9:05am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Heidi Baum: 503-750-2021Jean Viets: 503-866-9312
  • 9:30a Essentrics Class
    Start: 9:30am-10:30am
  • 2:00p Bunco
    Start: 2:00pm-4:00pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Edna Buddrius503-694-69445
  • 4:00p FVC Board Meeting
    Start: 4:00pm-6:00pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Fairway Village Condo AssociationSteve Chinn503-682-0234
  • 8:00p ALTA Board Meeting
    Start: 8:00pm-10:00pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Sherie Star503-694-5779Sherie@sheriestar.com
  • 8:00p Free Social Dance for Beginners
    Start: 8:00pm-9:00pm
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Social Dance for BeginnersAnyone who is motivated and capable of counting to four in rhythm can learn to dance a variety of dances and look great on the dance floor. Randy and Lynn Hitz have been dancing for over twenty years and they would like to share with you some of what they have learned so you can experience the joy of dance. For the most part they will teach American style which can be used in ballroom, country western, and night club settings. In the first five lessons, they will focus on the four-count hustle because it can be learned very quickly and it can be used for slow dances, cha cha ch, and, of course, the hustle which is the most common dance played since 1970. The four-count hustle is also a very good foundational dance for the east coast swing, foxtrot, waltz, rumba and meringue. Charbonneau resident Randy Hitz was a university dean of education for 27 years and is looking forward to teaching you how to dance. If you have dance questions, call Randy at 503-853-4891. This series of five classes will be held at the Clubhouse on Tuesday evenings at 7pm. Classes are an hour long and the first class begins on Nov. 5. These classes are FREE but please register in the CCC office so we know how many people to expect. At this price, class may fill up quickly so don’t delay. Singles are welcome, partners are not required.
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  • 9:00a Get Fit Aerobics
    Start: 9:00am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room & Dinning Room
    Details:
    Jill Walker503-981-4335503-989-1211getfitwjwalker@gmail.com
  • 11:00a Yoga
    Start: 11:00am-12:15pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Cathleen Morrison406-868-5761
  • 11:00a Watercolors Class
    Start: 11:00am-1:00pm
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Elaine Luneke503-989-1540
  • 12:45p Women's Party Bridge
    Start: 12:45pm-5:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Lee Harker541-840-3208
  • 2:00p H&F Cards
    Start: 2:00pm-5:00pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Judy Wilcox503-694-2278
  • 6:30p
    Start: 6:30pm-7:00pm
  • 7:00p Men's Cards
    Start: 7:00pm-10:00pm
    Location: lounge
    Details:
    Dennis Jablonski503-694-5635
  • 7:00p Essentrics Class
    Start: 7:00pm-8:00pm
    Details:
    For more information, contact Jan Landis at 503-550-7264
  • 8:00p Charb Greens Board Meeting
    Start: 8:00pm-10:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Tere Bippes503-694-2880tbippes@acosta.com
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  • Decorate Clubhouse for Holidays
  • 9:05a Zumba Gold
    Start: 9:05am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Heidi Baum: 503-750-2021Jean Viets: 503-866-9312
  • 11:00a Yoga
    Start: 11:00am-12:15pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Cathleen Morrison406-868-5761
  • 1:30p Duplicate Bridge
    Start: 1:30pm-5:30pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Kathy Brault503-694-6049
  • 8:00p Bible Study
    Start: 8:00pm-10:00pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    Laura Noffke: 503-694-6195
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  • 9:00a Get Fit Aerobics
    Start: 9:00am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room & Dinning Room
    Details:
    Jill Walker503-981-4335503-989-1211getfitwjwalker@gmail.com
  • 11:00a Wadley Quilters
    Start: 11:00am-5:30pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Sherry Wadley503-694-2107
  • 11:00a Asset Committee Meeting
    Start: 11:00am-12:30pm
    Location: Lounge
  • 7:00p CERT Training
    Start: 7:00pm-10:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Free CERT Training Available in Charbonneau – With Greg Leo This November, the CCC Emergency Preparedness and Public Safety Committee, in collaboration with North Marion CERT, is offering a free Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) Basic Course to anyone interested in learning about proper response in emergencies.CERT is a training program designed by FEMA to train people in basic emergency response skills. These skills can be useful in natural or man-made disasters, but the course also teaches basic skills that come in handy at home for family and personal safety and to help friends and neighbors in case of medical, fire, or other emergencies.The CERT concept was developed by the Los Angeles Fire Department in 1985, and showed its utility in the 1987 Whittier Narrows earthquake when the ability of civilians to meet their immediate needs proved to be key to resilience during and after a disaster. Course materials have been developed by FEMA as best practices for community emergency preparedness training.The course will be taught at the Charbonneau Clubhouse Card Room on consecutive weekends: Friday, Nov. 15, 6-9pm, Saturday, Nov. 16, 9am-4pm, then on Friday, Nov. 22, 6-9pm and Saturday, Nov. 23, 9am-4pm. The basic training covers 9 units that include both classroom and hands-on training in the following areas:• Disaster Preparedness: Addresses hazards specific to the community. Materials cover actions that participants and their families take before, during and after a disaster as well as an overview of CERT and local laws governing volunteers.•Fire Suppression: Covers fire chemistry, hazardous materials, fire hazards and fire suppression strategies. However, the thrust of this session is the safe use of fire extinguishers, controlling utilities and extinguishing a small fire.•Medical Operations Part 1: Participants practice diagnosing and treating airway obstruction, bleeding and shock by using simple triage and rapid treatment techniques.•Medical Operations Part 2: Covers evaluating patients by doing a head to toe assessment, establishing a medical treatment area and performing first aid.•Light Search and Rescue Operations: Participants learn about search and rescue planning, size-up, search techniques, rescue techniques and rescuer safety.•Psychology and Team Organization: Covers signs and symptoms that might be experienced by the disaster victim and workers, and addresses CERT organization and management• The Emergency Preparedness committee encourages residents to take advantage of this opportunity to improve their own resilience in emergencies. Trained CERT volunteers will add another layer of preparation to our community’s emergency plans! If you have previous CERT Training, this course can serve as a refresher course. Contact Greg Leo for more details at (503) 804-6391, northmarionCERT@gmail.comDeadline to reserve your spot for this training is Friday, October 25, 2019. Email Karen Pratt to reserve at karen@charbonneaucountryclub.com
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  • 10:00a CERT Training
    Start: 10:00am-5:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Free CERT Training Available in Charbonneau – With Greg Leo This November, the CCC Emergency Preparedness and Public Safety Committee, in collaboration with North Marion CERT, is offering a free Community Emergency Response Training (CERT) Basic Course to anyone interested in learning about proper response in emergencies.CERT is a training program designed by FEMA to train people in basic emergency response skills. These skills can be useful in natural or man-made disasters, but the course also teaches basic skills that come in handy at home for family and personal safety and to help friends and neighbors in case of medical, fire, or other emergencies.The CERT concept was developed by the Los Angeles Fire Department in 1985, and showed its utility in the 1987 Whittier Narrows earthquake when the ability of civilians to meet their immediate needs proved to be key to resilience during and after a disaster. Course materials have been developed by FEMA as best practices for community emergency preparedness training.The course will be taught at the Charbonneau Clubhouse Card Room on consecutive weekends: Friday, Nov. 15, 6-9pm, Saturday, Nov. 16, 9am-4pm, then on Friday, Nov. 22, 6-9pm and Saturday, Nov. 23, 9am-4pm. The basic training covers 9 units that include both classroom and hands-on training in the following areas:• Disaster Preparedness: Addresses hazards specific to the community. Materials cover actions that participants and their families take before, during and after a disaster as well as an overview of CERT and local laws governing volunteers.•Fire Suppression: Covers fire chemistry, hazardous materials, fire hazards and fire suppression strategies. However, the thrust of this session is the safe use of fire extinguishers, controlling utilities and extinguishing a small fire.•Medical Operations Part 1: Participants practice diagnosing and treating airway obstruction, bleeding and shock by using simple triage and rapid treatment techniques.•Medical Operations Part 2: Covers evaluating patients by doing a head to toe assessment, establishing a medical treatment area and performing first aid.•Light Search and Rescue Operations: Participants learn about search and rescue planning, size-up, search techniques, rescue techniques and rescuer safety.•Psychology and Team Organization: Covers signs and symptoms that might be experienced by the disaster victim and workers, and addresses CERT organization and management• The Emergency Preparedness committee encourages residents to take advantage of this opportunity to improve their own resilience in emergencies. Trained CERT volunteers will add another layer of preparation to our community’s emergency plans! If you have previous CERT Training, this course can serve as a refresher course. Contact Greg Leo for more details at (503) 804-6391, northmarionCERT@gmail.comDeadline to reserve your spot for this training is Friday, October 25, 2019. Email Karen Pratt to reserve at karen@charbonneaucountryclub.com
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  • 9:00a Get Fit Aerobics
    Start: 9:00am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room & Dinning Room
    Details:
    Jill Walker503-981-4335503-989-1211getfitwjwalker@gmail.com
  • 11:30a Body Sculpt
    Start: 11:30am-12:30pm
    Location: Pool house at 8298 Lafayette Way
    Details:
    Core, balance/strength/stretch10:30-11:30Fall session: Sept 17 - Dec 21, 2018Drop-in $10$7 per class if signup for fall sessionContact:Jules Moody503-577-7328Sole Sisters - solesisters.us
  • 1:30p Mah Jongg
    Start: 1:30pm-5:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Rosemary Ricken503-694-1070
  • 7:00p Essentrics Class
    Start: 7:00pm-8:00pm
    Details:
    For more information, contact Jan Landis at 503-550-7264
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  • 9:05a Zumba Gold
    Start: 9:05am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Heidi Baum: 503-750-2021Jean Viets: 503-866-9312
  • 9:30a Essentrics Class
    Start: 9:30am-10:30am
  • 2:00p Book Club
    Start: 2:00pm-4:00pm
    Location: Card Room or Lounge
    Details:
    Schuyler Wallace503-694-8258swallace1@att.net
  • 2:00p Facility Commitee
    Start: 2:00pm-3:00pm
    Location: Basement
  • 4:00p Possible CCC Work Session
    Start: 4:00pm-6:00pm
    Location: Lounge
    Details:
    TBD
  • 8:00p Free Social Dance for Beginners
    Start: 8:00pm-9:00pm
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Social Dance for BeginnersAnyone who is motivated and capable of counting to four in rhythm can learn to dance a variety of dances and look great on the dance floor. Randy and Lynn Hitz have been dancing for over twenty years and they would like to share with you some of what they have learned so you can experience the joy of dance. For the most part they will teach American style which can be used in ballroom, country western, and night club settings. In the first five lessons, they will focus on the four-count hustle because it can be learned very quickly and it can be used for slow dances, cha cha ch, and, of course, the hustle which is the most common dance played since 1970. The four-count hustle is also a very good foundational dance for the east coast swing, foxtrot, waltz, rumba and meringue. Charbonneau resident Randy Hitz was a university dean of education for 27 years and is looking forward to teaching you how to dance. If you have dance questions, call Randy at 503-853-4891. This series of five classes will be held at the Clubhouse on Tuesday evenings at 7pm. Classes are an hour long and the first class begins on Nov. 5. These classes are FREE but please register in the CCC office so we know how many people to expect. At this price, class may fill up quickly so don’t delay. Singles are welcome, partners are not required.
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  • 9:00a Get Fit Aerobics
    Start: 9:00am-10:00am
    Location: Fireplace Room & Dinning Room
    Details:
    Jill Walker503-981-4335503-989-1211getfitwjwalker@gmail.com
  • 10:30a Knotty Knitters II @ offsite location
    Start: 10:30am-12:30pm
    Details:
    Lee Harker541-840-3208
  • 11:00a Watercolors Class
    Start: 11:00am-1:00pm
    Location: Fireplace Room
    Details:
    Elaine Luneke503-989-1540
  • 12:45p Women's Party Bridge
    Start: 12:45pm-5:00pm
    Location: Card Room
    Details:
    Lee Harker541-840-3208
  • 7:00p Essentrics Class
    Start: 7:00pm-8:00pm
    Details:
    For more information, contact Jan Landis at 503-550-7264
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  • Private Event