Muscles in Motion provides body composition analysis
Starting Feb. 4, Muscles in Motion will be taking open appointments on the first Monday of each month for body composition analysis using its InBody machine for a fee of $30. The results will then be reviewed with one of the Resistance Exercise Specialists.
Muscles in Motion is located at 17437 Boones Ferry Road, suite 300, Lake Oswego OR 97035. Call 503-699-6948 to make an appointment or visit mymusclesinmotion.com.
Pay library fines with food in February
Through the month of February, Lake Oswego Public Library will waive $1 in overdue fines for each non-perishable food item brought to the library. Donations will benefit Tualatin School House Pantry, which feeds hundreds of local families.
The pantry is particularly in need of hygiene items including toothpaste, bar soap and shampoo. Other items needed include canned goods like tuna, fruit, corn and hearty soups or meals with protein, peanut butter, hot or cold cereal and dried beans and rice.
Fines for lost or damaged items cannot be paid with food donations.
State of the County forum set for Feb. 13
The 2019 State of the County forum luncheon will be held from 11:30 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. Feb. 13 at the Monarch Hotel and Conference Center in Clackamas. The event is produced and hosted by the North Clackamas Chamber of Commerce.
Clackamas County commissioners will speak on progress made in 2018, and on this year's priorities. Members of the public are invited to attend and pose questions about either topic.
Seating is limited, and registration is required. Tickets cost $30 each and include lunch. Register online at http://bit.ly/2HeO8Ju. There is no fee for attending and being seated in theater seating at the back of the room.
The event will also be recorded and later aired on the Clackamas County Government Channel and YouTube at www.youtube.com/ClackamasCounty.
The Monarch Hotel and Conference Center is located at 12566 S.E. 93rd Ave., Clackamas.
Food as Medicine class offered
Food as Medicine: A Powerful Tool for Preventing, Managing and Even Reversing Diseases is a course beging offered Feb. 10 at the Lifestyle Learning Center at Sandy Seventh-Day Adventist Church, 18575 Langensand Road, Sandy. The class will be lead by Dr. Craig McDougall, who serves at Oregon Health & Science University in the Department of Internal Medicine and as an assistant professor of medicine.
The event begins with a potluck dinner at 5 p.m., followed by McDougall's presentation at 6 p.m. To learn more call 503-746-8344.
— The Review, Tidings
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