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petroglyphs. The group also learns about the historical impact the falls had on the region’s inhab- itants and Lewis and Clark’s journey.


Kidz Kayaking Summer Camps Tuesday, July 19 through Thursday, July 21


This new three-day camp introduces solid swimmers to paddle sports. MAC member coach and world-class kayak instructor Sam Drevo teaches campers about nomenclature, hydrology and water safety. From hard-shell kayaking to infl atable kayaking and rafting, students develop fundamental skills in both fl at water and moving water. On the third day, the camp fi nishes with an exhilarating river run.


Camp counselors are American Canoe Associ- ation certifi ed instructors operating under the guidance of Drevo.


For more information or to register, visit www.theMAC.com.


Kayak Classes OAP offers adult-level classes throughout the year in the 50-meter Pool. During the summer, classes take place one Wednesday night each month. Equipment is provided, but members are welcome to bring their own.


For more information about the kayaking program or to register, contact OAP at 503-517-7574 or email Failla at cfailla@themac.com. Look for updated infor- mation on www.theMAC.com.


Try Stand-up Paddling with Karen Wrenn Saturday, July 16; 10 a.m.-noon


Stand-up paddling could be the ticket for those looking for a new way to tour the waterways while getting a good workout. New to MAC’s summer lineup, this stand-up paddling clinic is perfect for recreational paddlers and aspiring racers. Elite paddler and MAC member Karen Wrenn introduces students to the necessary gear and the proper techniques and tips. Having Wrenn at the helm is quite a coup. A renowned stand-up paddler, she recently won the coveted Carolina Cup and also became the fi rst person to paddle between Califor- nia’s Channel Islands – a distance of approximately 150 miles. Wrenn starts students on the beach in front of the


Willamette Sailing Club, concluding the session in the river. Students who want to hone their skills after the clinic may arrange to borrow the equipment for a period of time.


For more information or to register, contact OAP at 503-517-7574, email Failla at cfailla@themac.com or go to www.theMAC.com.


Go Deep with Scuba Certifi cation Whether you’re planning to snorkel the warm waters of Hawaii or the murkier waters in Puget Sound, the Outdoor Activities Program can help you prepare. Scuba classes, private lessons, referrals


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of ways to beat the heat. by Erin Codazzi


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