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Freedom is the topic of the Conversation Project talk Aug. 28 at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center. It is free and open to all.

COURTESY PHOTO  - Ann Sue will lead a Conversation Project discussion at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center Aug. 28 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. titled Its a Free Country: Exploring Freedom.

Many of us might remember when we were young we would respond to a behavior correction with "I can do whatever I want, it's a free country."

We at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center have realized as we matured that though the U.S. may be a free country, we cannot do whatever we want.

So, what does it mean to be

free?

Through Oregon Humanities the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center has invited Ann Su to facilitate a Conversation Project titled "It's a Free Country: Exploring Freedom." In this conversation she will discuss what it means to be free. The group will learn how we define, value and experience freedom personally and in our community. We will ponder the question of whether everyone in a democratic society has access to freedom, and discuss how with freedom comes choices and responsibilities. Ann Su is providing a great opportunity to explore the limitations and responsibilities of freedom. Sign up today for the free conversation to be held on Wednesday, Aug. 28 from 5 to 6:30 p.m.

The lunch menu this week features barbecued beef on Friday, July 26; tuna Nicoise salad on Monday, July 29 and kalua pork on Wednesday, July 31. Cost is a suggested donation of $4 for those 60 and over and $5 for everyone else.

The LOACC is located at 505 G Ave. , Lake Oswego, 97034. A list of activities and support groups can be found on our website, loacc.info, using the menu found on the left side of the website, click on "Activities" and "Services" for more details. Call 503-635-3758 to register for classes, events, make lunch reservations or schedule a massage.

Maria Bigelow is a program supervisor at the Lake Oswego Adult Community Center.


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