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SCC programs can be seen on CCTV, Comcast Cable Channel 21, for two weeks starting the Wednesday after the meeting.
CCTV Schedule: 4:00 PM Wednesdays 4:30 PM Thursdays 7:00 PM Fridays 1:00 PM Saturdays
WILLAMETTE HERITAGE CENTER (SPINNING ROOM)- 11:30 AM LUNCH- 12 PM PROGRAM
As consumers of health care, what should we consider when seeking care and discussing treatment with our healthcare providers? Evidence of treatment value might be the first item on our list. But surprisingly, evidence for the effectiveness of healthcare treatment is often limited or non-existent. Join us for another program in our ongoing Healthcare Series devoted to what you should know about how the "new" practice of evidence-based medicine is impacting health care and the questioning benefits of treatment (or lack thereof) for patients and its significance for the health care industry.
You must RSVP if you plan to have lunch.Members: no charge NON-Members: $10 Lunch (optional): $20
Oregon Taxation: Where Do We Go From Here?….
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Glaciers: What Are They? Where Are They? Where Are They Going? Why It Matters..
As a part of the Salem Public Library’s Salem Reads program, Salem City Club has invited Dr. Andrew Fountain, Department of Geology, Portland State University, to help our audience understand glaciers.
Dr. Andrew Fountain studies the dynamics of glaciers in the Arctic, Antarctica and western North America. The presentation will be an introduction to glaciers, some of which are found in Oregon, and how they play a globally important role over the next century and beyond. Presented in partnership with the Salem Public Library Foundation, Salem Reads: One Book, One Community program. The 2019 book is Good Morning, Midnight by Lily Brooks-Dalton.
Address:Salem City Club
PO Box 2283
Salem, OR 97308