Toast Our Wine Studies Students

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The annual appreciation of our viticulturists and vintners was celebrated at Chemeketa Eola May 17. The crowd of several hundred enjoyed nibbles and sips from Wine Studies program alumni. The college’s new label, Chemeketa Cellars was featured and awards were … Continued

Emergency Response Plan Workshops

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Department Area Specific Emergency Response Plan (DASERP) workshops prepare you to coordinate and control actions specific to your area during an emergency. Your plan may be used independently in response to local events such as power failure, fire alarm, etc., … Continued

Visual Communications Portfolio Show

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Mark your calendars and join us for our annual portfolio show on Thursday, June 7, 4-7 pm, in Building 4, Room 225. For more information, contact Christine Linder at 503.399.6473, or

Celebrating 445 Years

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  Twenty colleagues wrapped up their Chemeketa service this year. The sum of their service totaled 445 years. Senior administrators shared appreciations and warm stories at the May 7 event in Salem Building 2. Julie offered  her congratulations and gratitude, … Continued

Wine Studies Barrel Tasting & Celebration

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The Wine Studies program opens its doors for the Barrel Tasting & Celebration on May 17th. You’re invited to an evening of food, fun and festivities. Enjoy celebrating the achievements of the Wine Studies program and alumni at this annual event. … Continued

Chemeketa Producing First Play in Six Years

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As they stand in the hall waiting for their instructor to unlock the theater, you sense there is something different with these students. Rather than stand apart isolated and staring into the screens of their handheld devices, this group has … Continued

Small Business Management Success

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Chemeketa honored participants in its Small Business Management program at the Center for Business & Industry May 3. Businesses in this year’s program increased sales by nearly $8 million in 2017-18 and created 98 new jobs.   Sixty-one businesses enrolled … Continued