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What’s Cooking at ClackCoKids?

May 23, 2022

By Natalie Hornstein; ClackCoKids Community Connections Specialist | Long time Estacada community member Sandy Walker has joined the ClackCoKids team as a cook in our Estacada Center! Sandy was an…

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ClackCoKids Offers More Cooking Matters Classes!

April 26, 2022

By Luna Bruno; Nutrition and Sustainability Specialist | Thanks to generous funding from our partners at PNC Bank, ClackCoKids has been able to continue to offer Cooking Matters classes to…

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The Children’s Center Honors Child Abuse Prevention Month!

April 13, 2022

By Natalie Hornstein; Community Connections Specialist | A huge thank you to the Children’s Center of Clackamas County for hosting an awareness event to honor Child Abuse Prevention Awareness Month,…

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Earning My CDA with ClackCoKids

March 30, 2022

By Devinnie Castañeda; Assistant Teacher | As an Assistant Preschool Teacher and former Head Start parent, I can confidently say Clackamas County Children’s Commission has lived up to their promise…

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“Good Enough Parenting”: Tips for Parenting Under High-Stress

March 16, 2022

By Natalie Hornstein; CCCC Community Connections Specialist | Being a good parent is hard even in the best circumstances. In times of family, community, or global crisis, many parents worry…

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Virtual Services Extended Until 02/07/22

January 21, 2022

By Darcee Kilsdonk; CCCC Executive Director | After reviewing the latest data on the Omicron Variant and COVID cases in Clackamas County and the state of Oregon, we have decided…

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ClackCoKids Cares Bags

December 22, 2021

By Natalie Hornstein; CCCC Community Connections Specialist | Clackamas County Children’s Commission is partnering with Help Me Grow Oregon to distribute 375 “ClackCoKids Cares Bags” to families in our community.…

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CCCC Estacada Center Gets Upgraded Play Yard!

December 17, 2021

By Natalie Hornstein; CCCC Community Connections Specialist | One positive that came from our centers closing for in-person services during the COVID-19 pandemic was that we were able to complete…

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CCCC Helps Families Pay Rent with New Grant

November 22, 2021

By Natalie Hornstein; CCCC Community Connections Specialist | In early 2021, Clackamas County received a grant to provide rent assistance and case management services to families experiencing homelessness. Soon after,…

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Checkout Our Latest Impact Report!

October 28, 2021

By Darcee Kilsdonk; CCCC Executive Director | Last year our agency chose the Muhammad Ali quote, “Don’t count the days, make the days count,” for our annual theme. Those words…

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