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2014 Arts & Experience Dinner and Auction

Saturday, April 12, 2014, Astoria Golf & Country Club


Corporate logo and motto for Pacific Power: let's turn the answers on

PRESENTED BY The Lehman Family Trust, Oregon Heath & Science University (OHSU), The Van Dusen Family & OregonLNG

OHSU logo: multi-color flame graphic          Van Dusen Family Business logo: circle & established 1849Oregon LNG logo: light blue circle surroundaed by white & spring green

Supporting Sponsors: Steve & Karen Allen, Clatsop Community Bank, Craft3, Ferguson Wellman Capital Management, Fishhawk Fisheries, Knutsen Insurance, Lawrence & Lawrence PC, LEKTRO, Inc., Lum's Auto Center, Miller Nash LLP, Providence Health & Services-Seaside, Seaside Carousel Mall, Teevin Bros. Land & Timber, Tidewater

Partner Sponsors: Susan & Dan Bartlett, Aaron Bielemeier, Clatsop Distributing, CliftonLarsonAllen LLP, Columbia River Bar Pilots, Steve Forrester & Brenda Penner, Pat Lehman, Lewis & Clark Oregon Timber LLC, Michelle Roth Graphic Design, NW Natural

The Arts & Experience Dinner and Auction will again include a Special Appeal to fund projects that improve CCC services and programs. Projects selected for 2014 include:

  • Equipment for Biology and Chemistry programs
  • Equipment for the Physical Education program
  • Display equipment for recruitment and public presentations
  • Kiln shelving for the Art Department
  • Equipment and tools for the Fire Science program

Thank You! 2013 was a great success.

The 2013 Arts & Experience Dinner and Auction was enjoyed by a capacity crowd of 200 guests on April 13 at the Astoria Golf & Country Club. We’re thrilled with the success of the 2013 event that raised almost $91,000 to support CCC and its students. A successful Special Appeal held during the event allowed the CCC Foundation to fund four priority projects of the College including: completion of the Learning Commons, communication monitors for all campuses, equipment for the EMT program, and repair of the Estey Opus 1429 organ at the PAC. Additional support is provided to the college in consultation with President Galizio throughout the year.

Thanks to all who participated in and supported this event any way including our art and experience donors, auction guests, Special Appeal donors, event volunteers and CCC supporting staff. Scroll down for 2013 event photos

David Oser bids at 2013 Arts & Experience Auction

Dr. Lawrence Galizio and guests

2013 Arts & Experience Dinner and Auction


Clatsop Community College is the North Coast's center of exploration and learning where leaders of today and tomorrow begin their careers, hone their skills, and develop the qualities needed to build the community we imagine.

The CCC Foundation was established in 1960 as a separate 501(c)(3) organization to provide philanthropic support for the College, its students and programs.  Currently, the Foundation manages approximately $2.7 Million in privately donated funds which provide scholarships for CCC students and funding for CCC programs.

Your legacy gift to the Clatsop Community College Foundation will ensure a solid future for students of all ages. There are many ways to leave a lasting impact:

  • Establish a named and endowed scholarship or program support fund.

  • Name the Clatsop Community College Foundation as a beneficiary of your will, trust or life insurance.

  • Give to the Fund for Excellence that supports the current needs of CCC

Please join the many community members, CCC staff and faculty, College Board and CCC Foundation Board members who have already contributed generously. Mail your check to:  CCC Foundation, 1651 Lexington Ave., Astoria, OR 97103 or click on the Donate button from any page of the CCC website to make a secure gift through PayPal.   

To learn more about how to contribute through your estate plan, or how to establish an endowed fund, contact Patricia Warren at 503-338-2306.

Gifts to the CCC Foundation are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.


The Foundation is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors whose dedicated service reflects their commitment to the College and its students:

Pat Lehman, Chair

David Oser, Vice Chair

Steve Allen, Treasurer 

Susan Bartlett, Secretary 

Aaron Bielemeier

Bruce Conner

Jean Danforth

Jack Ficken

Robert Holland

Connie Hunt

Doug Kaup

Benjamin Lawrence

Julie Lum

Janet Mossman

Gerry Swenson


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March 28, 2014, 10:26 am
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