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ATHLETICS


Take a Visual Tour of Author’s Adventures


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regon author and hiking guru Bill Sullivan takes attendees on a virtual tour of his favorite hikes and adventures in all parts of Oregon Thursday, April 21. Based on Sullivan’s newest book, Oregon Favorites, this evening presenta- tion includes tips on new trails, as well as anecdotes about history, geology, wildlife and people along the trail. Sullivan has set his feet upon each and every trail, most of them multiple times. Find out what makes these hikes his favorites. A fi fth-generation Oregonian, Sullivan


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The Men’s Bar and Sports Pub now accept


credit cards from members’ guests.


has written seven books about Oregon’s outdoors, two books on Oregon history, two adventure memoirs and three novels. His journal, Listening for Coyote, was chosen by the Oregon Cultural Heritage Commission as one of the 100 most signif- icant books in the state’s history. The presentation starts at 7 p.m. Come early and meet the author at the book signing at 6:30 p.m. There is no charge for this event, but registration is requested to ensure adequate seating. Call 503-517-7539, or register at theMAC. com on the Walking & Hiking home page under special events. Quick Register WH421 WM


MAC Fit Returns for its Fifth Session


AC Fit is back for its fi fth session. This weight management, health improvement program has helped dozens of MAC members reach their health and fi tness goals. This 12-week program runs Wednesday, March 9 through Wednesday, May 25.


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For more information, call Food & Beverage at 503-517-6600.


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Participants are expected to attend all weekly meetings, which are held Wednesdays from 6-7:15 p.m.; train with a personal trainer; and keep a food journal. The cost starts at $527. For more infor- mation or to sign up, contact the Human Performance Lab at 503-517-7555. WM


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