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Mondays, 6:30-8 a.m. in the Activities Classroom. BOOK GROUPS
Morning Book Group meets in the Card Room
on the second Thursday of the month at 10 a.m. Evening Literary Readers Group meets on the fourth Tuesday of the month at 7 p.m. Check with Front Desk for location.
Classifieds MAC II COED SOCCER
2010 CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING RATES AND CONDITIONS FOR ADVERTISING Member rate
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The Winged M at 503.223.8749. The deadline for November is Tuesday, Oct. 5.
It is the responsibility of the advertiser to review his or her ad for accuracy before the 10th of the month of publication. The publisher pays for any mistakes in the first classified ad but not beyond the first month of publication. Any compensation is limited to the cost of placing the ad.
MAC Announcements is now MAConnect. This is a space for members to post activities or find
members with similar interests. Ads should be brief and to the point. The deadline for MAConnect ads in
The Winged M is the fifth of the month for the following month’s issue. Send MAConnect ads to: email@example.com
MAConnect postings can also be found on a bulletin board outside the Member Services Office on the main floor. Simply write legibly on a 3x5 card and date
your requests, as the board is constantly updated. Please, no solicitations or committee information.
Players of all ages and all skill levels needed. League play is held in Beaverton.
Contact David Boileau at 360-931-2750.
WRESTLING Sundays 2-4 p.m.
Call 971-255-0347 for further information. MAH JONGG
Members and guests who have completed the Mah Jongg class are welcome to join open play sessions. Players meet on Tuesdays and
Thursdays at 1 p.m. in the Cornerstone Lounge. JADED JOCKS
Second Monday of the month at 11:30 a.m. Check with Front Desk for location.
ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A BAND? Want to sing or play some blues? Let’s get together and rock the MAC! Please email JT at firstname.lastname@example.org
S E R V I C E S
TEXAS HOLD-EM – Dedicated dealer for poker party; home or club game; or 1-table tourney. Lessons/coaching available. Reasonable rates. Reliable MAC staffer. Charlie, 503-449-3376.
ARCHITECT – Award-winning architect will help you create your dream house, without leaving home. Kitchens, baths, remodels, additions, custom homes. RichardLishnerArchitect.com
LEARNING SPECIALIST – Experienced after- school tutor for grades K-6. All subjects, your home or mine. Ref. available. LSLearning2@gmail.com
ORGANIZATION SERVICES BY KIM
Professional organizer and project manager. MAC member. 503-516-8650. www.projectorganize.net
PROFESSIONAL NANNY – I offer your children superior care, Montessori teacher & multi-lingual. References and resume available. 503-757-6305.
YOUR ENTERTAINMENT CREW – Put yourself first on your next guest list. We prepare, serve and clean up for all events. Toni, 503-309-5278. Email: Ladiesatwork@frontier.com
PRIVATE KAYAK INSTRUCTION – Group rafting trips. Local PDX, regional, international. Former World Champion/US Team member, instructor and trainer. email@example.com
HOUSE CLEANER – Reputable, reliable and experienced housecleaner. References available. Telephone 503-954-5520.
IT’S WORTH A SHOT! Yes, some clients choose injections for our medically supported HCG weight loss protocol. Others prefer sublingual tablets. In either case, let the HCG re-awaken your metabolism. Follow the program & safely lose 1/2 pound of fat a day. Call Sharon at
MediPro Slim, 503-344-6475. “We’re more than a Weight Loss Clinic, we’re a Life Style Solution!”
DINNER AT YOUR DOOR
Tired of grocery shopping, cooking and cleaning up? Enjoy homemade, healthy meals delivered to your door. For reservations in your dining room: www.dinneratyourdoor.com
HUNTER/JUMPER RIDING LESSONS
Training and boarding available at Royal Blue with trainer Erin Moehnke. Beginner through ‘A’ circuit riders. Lesson and lease horses available. Located 10 min. from Wilsonville or Sherwood at Highland Park Stables. Excellent footing in indoor and out- door arenas and maintained turn-outs. Erin, 503-550-3200 or firstname.lastname@example.org
F O R R E N T
HAYDEN ISLAND COLUMBIA RIVER VIEW – 1 BR, 1 BA, W&D, in/out pools/spa, Murphy bed, cable TV, underground parking, elevator. Christmas Ships, 7/4 fireworks. No smk/pets. $875 + elec/ phone. 503-247-0303.
F O R S A L E
ART COLLECTION – Original paintings, Michele Russo, Sally Haley. 503-329-0331.
AWESOME CABO VILLA – 3,512 sf, sleeps 10. 180° view, private infinity pool, exclusive resort. Dec. 16 - Jan. 2 annually. Nina, 503-225-9139.
YACHATS RIVERFRONT – Romantic cabin get- away. 1 BR, 1 BA. Newly remodeled tiled bath, fireplace, large deck overlooking the river. Quiet Water planned community, pool, tennis courts, large grounds. $235,000. Contact Ken Aebi, 503-720-0637. MAC member.
SANDY RIVER FRONTAGE – 1.29 acres. Great condition 1,200 sq. ft. home. Fish from your own backyard. Stunning river property. Listed $17,000 below appraised value, owner financing possible with large down. MLS# 10037840. $399,000. CChandler66@yahoo.com
. Cheryl, 541-210-0465.
BLAZER PREMIUM COURTSIDE TICKETS 2 front row seats, mid-court. Perks include: New VIP exclusive courtside lounge with private entry, full service restaurant, large bar, LCD TVs, reserved Rose Garden garage parking. Would like to sell part of `10 -`11 season. Call 503-297-9251.
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