Exploring New Concepts of Retirement Education
ENCORE is a member-run organization for individuals who are 50+ years in age.
We operate under the auspices of Clatsop Community College to offer short-term courses and activities,
which are usually led by members. Membership is inexpensive and most acvities are offered at no charge.
The Spring Class description and summary list
are available from the
Spring quarter classes are April 3 - May 26.
Preregistration is not necessary. If you are a member, just come to the classes. If you are not a member but think that you might want to become one,
just come to a class! You may attend two classes as a guest before becoming a member.
ENCORE Trip to Portland
Click Here to see information on a March 28 trip to the
Portland Art Museum and Oregon Historical Museum
ENCORE Board Meeting
The next board meeting is at 1 pm at the Astoria Senior Center on Monday March 27. The Board
meets every forth Monday. All ENCORE members are welcome to attend.
Next Lunch Bunch is Friday April 7 at the Wet Dog Cafe & Brewery, 144 11th St, Astoria, on the
river directly north of the Senior Center.
Preview the menu here.
Arrive anytime around noon to 12:30, and order when you arrive instead of waiting for
everyone. The variable time is so those who are attending the Friday morning
class can come.
For our program in April we will have Dr. Jennifer Lycette, oncologist from
Columbia Memorial Hospital, give a presentation on what will be offered in the new wing
of the hospital that is now under construction. She will probably start her
presentation around 12:45 so everyone will have been served by that time.
Lunch Bunch is the first Friday of each month. We meet for good food, good conversation, and
usually a short and interesting presentaion of some timely topic. Everyone is welcome!
Dr. Scott Borg on U.S. Scientific Programs at the Antarctic
Coming soon: ENCORE will sponsor Dr. Borg at the Astoria Senior Center
one evening to be announced.
Dr. Scott Borg, Section Head, Antarctic Infrastructure & Logistics, Division of Polar Programs,
and Geosciences, Directorate of the National Science Foundation. (PhD in Geology, Arizona
Recent personal information:
May 5, 2014. Scott Borg of NSF's Division of Polar Programs has been named by the nonprofit
Partnership for Public Service as one of 33 Samuel J. Heyman Presidential Awards.
Citation: Dr. Borg has helped turn the U.S. Antarctic science program into the largest and
most prestigious research effort on the continent. Specifically: the National Science
Foundation's Antarctic research program has become one of the most esteemed and comprehensive
on the continent. Today, Dr. Borg plays a critical role in guiding the U.S. Antarctic science
program that supports cutting-edge research across a range of topics, including climate change,
the origins and nature of the universe, the discovery of new species of extinct dinosaurs,
and collecting a 15-million-year-old water sample trapped half a mile below the surface of
Dr. Borg lives in Fairfax, VA and Seaside, OR, and is the son of long-time ENCORE
member Jane Borg.
Day and time to be announced. Watch this space!
We are looking at planning some exciting trips for 2017
Live opera telecasts in Portland;
Portland Art Museum and Oregon Historical Society Museum;