Set free from my wants to meet their needs

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We are raising money for the “Christian Ministries in Africa.” Nutrient-rich porridge will be purchased and distributed to children attending Church on the Rock School in the Rueben Slum in Kenya, Africa.

Our goal is to raise $500 to feed 400 students for one month.

Visit the gofundme page posted below to donate. There also will be a chapel ‘offering’ taken after Spring Break. Keep your eye out for details on this!

Thank you for considering to donate and remember although you may really want _______, they really need ________.

Corban Photo Contest Winners

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First Place is Anna Richard

Anna Richard

Second Place is Annaliese Henry

Annaliese Henry

Third Place is Jennifer Brownell



These three Corban students earned the highest number of votes based upon the theme a “home away from home” that is a photograph in Oregon/Corban University.


Fireside Chat: Future of Corban

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Fireside Chats is a gathering of Corban students to further discuss about certain topics of interest.

Join us in the 2nd floor lobby of Davidson at 7:00-8:30 p.m. to discuss the future and direction of Corban with Dr. Nord, Dr. Lucas, & Brenda Roth.

Willamette Humane Society – Volunteers Needed

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Willamette Humane Society

Volunteers needed to hand out flyers about FREE spay & neuter for cats in the local area!

Saturday, February 27th, from 12-3pm

Cat Picture Begging

Please Contact:

Kirsten Straus

Community Cat Coordinator

503-480-7729  -Spay and Neuter Clinic

503-585-5900 x313  -Personal Line
Willamette Humane Society
4246 Turner Road South East
Salem, Oregon 97317

Poverty Simulation

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Poverty Simulation March 17, 2016 InvitationPOVERTY SIMULATION

(Space is limited!) 




Join CoActive Connections for an experience to “walk a mile” in the shoes of someone experiencing poverty.


REGISTER BY 03/10/16


Contact us for registration link:


Volunteer Opportunities for Poverty Simulation March 17, 2016 Time March 17 # Needed # applied
Set-up 9:00am to 11:00am 6  
Registration 12:00 to 1:30 4 filled
Support Staff Roles 1:15 to 4:30pm 18  
Take-down 4:30 to 5:30pm 6

Library Painting Project

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painting project pic

Do you like to paint for fun? Or want to contribute to the beautification of our Corban campus?

There will be a Corban community event that is a chance for you to do both of these! Corban students are welcome to come and paint the Corban Library study rooms on the 2nd floor. The following are the details about the event:

Event description: Painting the Corban Library study rooms
Location: Library
Date: February 13th
Time: 1:00-4:00 p.m.

The first 15 people to sign up and show up at 1:00 p.m. will receive a$15 Dutch Bros gift card!! Note: If those signed up do not arrive by 1:10p.m. you will lose your rights to the free gift card to whoever arrives within that time.

Please sign up by contacting Sarah San Nicolas at

Photo Contest

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This month ASB is hosting the ‘Home Away From Home’ photo contest! Below are the rules/guidlines:

  • The photo contest will begin Monday February 8th and will end Sunday February 28th.
  • The contest is open to any enrolled Corban student
  • You may only submit one photo that relates to the theme and is from Corban/Oregon
  • The photograph must be taken by you, but can have been taken at any time
  • Photo must be emailed to


Judging Process:

  • On February 28th when the contest closes ASB will upload all submitted photos to an album on the Corban ASB Facebook page
  • There will be 48 hours to vote. A ‘like’ equals a vote
  • At the ASB meeting on March 2nd, the members attending will receive one vote towards their favorite picture
  • The photo that receives the most likes on Facebook will receive a vote towards it along with the ASB member votes
  • The winners will be notified through email

1st place- $50   2nd place- $30   3rd place- $20

We can’t wait to see your photos of this beautiful state!


Click Here to VOTE


Become A Mentor

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If you are interested in becoming a mentor at the Boys and Girls Club of Salem,

please attend the orientation event on February 3rd! 

Mentor Flyers Orientation

The goal is to promote educational success by building strong mentoring relationships between kids and college age adults. All volunteers will mentor you of the elementary, middle & high school level, working with kids in the both the classroom, and in the club in an after-school setting.

(For more information, please see the flyer above or contact