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Undecorating Begins Following New Year’s


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s presents are put away, relatives leave town, and holidays come to a close, the Holiday Decorating Committee invites all members to participate in undecorating the clubhouse.


Undecorating begins Monday, Jan. 3 and continues through Wednesday, Jan. 5. Volunteers ages 10 and older are invited to lend a hand any time between 9 a.m.- 4 p.m. A continental breakfast and lunch are provided for un-decorators each day. For more information or to volunteer, contact Abby DenUyl in Member Services at 503-517-7272, email adenuyl@themac. com or go to theMAC.com. WM


Mingle with Like-Minded Business Professionals


MACNet, the club’s business networking group. Attendees make contacts and acquired tips on how to market their services or products, but come away knowing more MAC professionals. MACNet meets monthly on the


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second Wednesday. The goal is to offer an informal setting for MAC members to network with fellow MAC professionals. A moderator keep discussion moving and the focus on the entire group. The cost includes a continental breakfast with fruit, breakfast breads, coffee and tea. The next MACNet is Wednesday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 a.m. Formal conversation ends at 9 a.m. but many stay afterward to make specific contacts.


The format includes short introduc- tions from members and distribution of business cards, optimally as an elevator introduction: one that is impactful yet concise. Members enjoy discussions about current trends, work issues and marketing. After 1½ hours everyone is heard and all have received suggestions or dispensed advice to others. The benefit for all is the additional advantage of congregating with other members who are pursuing similar endeavors.


For more information, contact Member Events Manager Lori Martin at 503-517-7269 or go theMAC.com. Quick Register ME303 (Dec. 8) Quick Register ME301 (Jan. 12) WM


embers are invited to freshen their networking skills by attending


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*Cash value of a whole life insurance policy begins accumulating at the end of the first year. Cash value is accessible through


policy loans, and generally does not equal premiums paid. Loans accrue interest and reduce the cash value and death benefit. †Dividends are not guaranteed. ‡Guarantee refers to the guaranteed cash value feature of a whole life insurance policy. Guarantees are dependent upon the claims paying ability of the issuer. ©2010 New York Life Insurance Company, 51 Madison Avenue, New York, NY 10010. In Oregon, the Whole Life policy form number is 208-50.27. SMRU 00408295CV Exp. (02/12)


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Our Service Department services most models including Pontiac and Isuzu.


Buzz Braley MAC member since 1963


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503.292.8801


Roger Decker MAC member since 1974


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