RAIN Magazine Reading & Reception

CCC is pleased to release the 2011 Bicentennial Edition with a Public Reading & Reception on Thursday, May 26, at 6:00 p.m. in the CCC Art Center Gallery.

Poster advertising RAIN Magazine event.

This year’s RAIN Magazine includes new writing from Robert Michael Pyle, Brian Doyle, Terry Shumaker, Tricia Gates Brown, Jan Bono, Walt Garnett, Will George, Kimberly Hazel, Jared Acuna, Robin Adair. Bill Adamson, Dave Densmore, Mick Alderman, Nancy Cook, Wendy R. Crim, Michael McCusker, Claire Conklin, David Campiche, John Ciminello, Dale Flowers, John Edwards, Patty Hardin, Claudia Harper, Miranda Rinks, Richard Rowland, Aulden Schlief, Jon Schmidt, Laura Tattoo, Jan Priddy and more. Plus, artwork by Darren Orange, Deborah Starr, Kristin Shauck, Royal Nebeker, Rhonda Grudenic, Josh Conklin, Dale Espeland, Thaddeus Edman, Danielle Stevens, David Lee Myers, Charles Hillestad, Tim Liddiard, Patricia Howerton, Jamie Boyd, Kirsten Horning, Barbara Martin, Therese Langevin-Frech and many more.

Come celebrate our talented Columbia Pacific community! Refreshments will be served along with complimentary copies of this limited edition Clatsop Community College publication. The 2011 edition of RAIN Magazine is made possible due to the generous donations of local individual and business patrons.

Hearty thanks to:
Robert & Elizabeth Stricklin
Richard & Patricia Rowland
Larry Galizio
Al Jaques
Charlotte DeWitt
Ann Marie
Tommie & Mark Redwine
Kristen & Michael Wilkin
Carol Knutson-Hawes
Julie Brown
Jim Holen
Grant & Janet Espelund
Thomas & Kirsten Horning
Penny Treat
Tom & Karen Gill
The Herrera-Martinez Family
Toyas Chiropractic Center
Dave Drury
Roger Friesen
David & Alexandra Myers

Business sponsors include: Astoria Cooperative, Lucy's Books, Pier 39, Lunar Boy Gallery, Tongue Point Job Corps, Yoga Namaste, Lightbox Photographic, The Daily Astorian, Area Properties, Video Horizons, Fort George, Blue Scorcher, Coffee Girl, Brownsmead Turbo-Gro, Columbia River Keeper, Cannery Pier Hotel, Astoria Bicentennial, Jan Bono Books, and Pacific Unitarian Universalist Fellowship.

Clatsop Community College is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution. ADA accessible.


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