Newcomers Welcome Club invites all to attend May events
The Newcomers Welcome Club will hold a Meet and Greet event May 2 from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. at Lake Oswego Adult Community Center, 505 G St. in Lake Oswego. All are welcome to attend, meet current members and learn about the club.
The club will hold its monthly luncheon May 9 at 11:30 a.m. at Djang's Kitchen, 679 State St., Lake Oswego. The social hour begins at 11:30 a.m., followed by lunch at noon. Lunch prices are fixed and range between $19.50 and $21.85 this month, payable by cash or check. Reservation deadline for the lunch is noon Saturday, May 4; call Joy Miller at 847-902-1069 or Jeanne Delver at 503-718-7657.
NCC invites all to block party event
Northwest Catholic Counseling Center (NCC) is holding a fundraising event for those seeking mental health services. The party starts at 6 p.m. May 3 at the Lagunitas Brewing community room, 237 NE Broadway, suite 300 in Portland. The event will include beer, wine, food trucks and a raffle plus more. The event ends at 9 p.m.
Tickets to the Community Block Party are $50 each, or four for $190, table of eight for $360 or table for ten for $450. NCC is also offering a special $30 for 30 pricing for younger adults.
All funds will support NCC's mission of providing professional mental health services.
For more information visit nwcounseling.org or call 503-253-0964.
NCC offers workshop for parents with mentally fragile children
Northwest Catholic Counseling Center will host a parental support workshop May 18 beginning at 1 p.m. The workshop will be lead by child therapist Korina Jochim, LMFT, and focus on coping with children with generalized anxiety, major depression, OCD or ADD, resulting in considerable stress and frustration.
Cost of the workshop is $30. Pre-registration is required; scholarships are available. To register call 503-253-0964.
The workshop will be held at the Northwest Catholic Counseling Center, 8383 N.E. Sanby Blvd., suite 205, Portland.
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