Immunization Exclusion Day approaching for students; African film fest kicks off at PCC.

Immunization Exclusion Day approaching for students

Oregon state law requires that all children in public and private schools, preschools, Head Start and certified child care facilities have up-to-date immunizations, or have a religious or medical exemption.

Children will not be able to attend school or childcare starting February 21, 2018, if their records on file show missing immunizations.

Tualatin High School's School Based Health Center will hold an immunization clinic for all students and children ages 0-19 in the Tigard-Tualatin and Sherwood districts and district boundaries on Tuesday, Feb. 13. Patients 14 and younger must visit with a parent or guardian; patients 15 and older can visit on their own, but identification and insurance information is required. No patient is ever turned away from the center because of inability to pay.

For more information or to schedule an appointment, call 503-431-5975.

COURTESY: CASCADE FESTIVAL OF AFRICAN FILMS - "76," a political thriller and love story set during an attempted 1976 military coup in Nigeria, will be the first film to screen at PCC's annual Cascade Festival of African Films.

African film fest kicks off at PCC

Portland Community College's 28th annual Cascade Festival of African Films will begin Friday, Feb. 2 at the college's Northeast Portland campus.

The film festival features an exciting slate of new films, 25 in total, from across the African continent. The longest-running African film festival in the United States draws in excess of 4,000 attendees each year, and has become a fixture of Portland's cultural calendar.

For complete screening information and director appearances, visit

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