County organizes dog benefit, solar workshop
Clackamas County is organizing two events of special interest and invite the public to participate in them.
The first is Putt for Mutts, a fundraiser to support Clackamas Dogs Foundation to be held from 6 to 10 p.m. May 17 at The Aerie at Eagle Landing, 10220 SE Causey Ave. in Happy Valley. Tickets are $100 each and include dinner, two drink tickets, putt putt golf, a silent auction and endless amounts of dog talk.
All proceeds benefit the Clackamas Dog Foundation and its mission of advancing the welfare of dogs in Clackamas County. To join the fun register online at clackamasdogsfoundation.org/putt-for-mutts.
Clackamas County Office Sustainability and Solid Waste, in partnership with Sustainable Northwest, will present a workshop on solar energy May 20. Titled Making Energy Work for Clackamas County the workshop will bring together solar professionals and interested community members to learn and discuss how local, community-owned solar can help build a clean energy future in a way that honors and protects the resources, lands and communities we value.
The workshop will be held from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. May 20 at Hopkins Demonstration Forest, 16750 S. Brockway Road, Oregon City. The event will include a welcome from Clackamas County Commissioners Ken Humberston and Sonya Fischer, presentations by solar and energy experts, and time for discussion and collaboration over lunch.
A $15 fee covers registration and a catered lunch. Limited scholarships are available. For more details and to register visit bit.ly.Solarclackamas.
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