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Executive Director

Cannon Beach Conference Center

Education



George Fox University


education
University of Washington

Web References (29 Total References)


To God Be The Glory... - Cannon Beach Conference Center

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Continuing this tradition of warmth and welcome at CBCC, Heather, retired, often volunteers and spending time with guests, providing what director Jeff Carlsen calls "a sense of history and a personal touch."

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Jeff Carlsen, executive director of Cannon Beach Conference Center, is quick to praise the traditions of CBCC. He firmly believes that God has honored the "heritage of faith and prayer" which has been the hallmark of the center since its earliest days.
Carlsen came to Cannon Beach as program director in 1983. A graduate of the University of Washington with a background in education, he had worked at Christian youth camps in Seattle and had become intrigued by the idea of family ministry, thus coming to Cannon Beach. In 1996, he was named executive director. His wife, Jean, is also an educator.
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"Our guests receive round white buttons with their names on them," remarks Jeff. "People in the community talk about the 'button people.' Local folks say we have the nicest guests."
From its modest beginnings, Cannon Beach has grown to feature several dining facilities, family lodgings, dorms, a chapel, a gymnasium, and a deluxe ocean-front motel -14 buildings in all, built debt-free with extensive volunteer help. In keeping with Mrs. McNeill's original vision for comfortable conferencing, "all our accommodations are motel-type units," states Carlsen.
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According to Carlsen, a family of four or five can stay in CBCC's moderate accommodations, with programming and two meals per day, for $1000 - $1500 per week this summer.
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"Cannon Beach has grown dramatically in these areas thanks to Janet," comments Jeff.
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When asked about his vision for Cannon Beach, Jeff Carlsen comments thoughtfully, "With our society increasingly fragmenting and our lives becoming increasingly frantic, a place like Cannon Beach where people can get away as families to be relaxed, refreshed, spiritually challenged and renewed, will be of increasing value in our society."


To God Be The Glory... - Cannon Beach Conference Center

www.cbcc.net [cached]

Continuing this tradition of warmth and welcome at CBCC, Heather, retired, often volunteers and spending time with guests, providing what director Jeff Carlsen calls "a sense of history and a personal touch."

...
Jeff Carlsen, executive director of Cannon Beach Conference Center, is quick to praise the traditions of CBCC. He firmly believes that God has honored the "heritage of faith and prayer" which has been the hallmark of the center since its earliest days.
Carlsen came to Cannon Beach as program director in 1983. A graduate of the University of Washington with a background in education, he had worked at Christian youth camps in Seattle and had become intrigued by the idea of family ministry, thus coming to Cannon Beach. In 1996, he was named executive director. His wife, Jean, is also an educator.
...
"Our guests receive round white buttons with their names on them," remarks Jeff. "People in the community talk about the 'button people.' Local folks say we have the nicest guests."
From its modest beginnings, Cannon Beach has grown to feature several dining facilities, family lodgings, dorms, a chapel, a gymnasium, and a deluxe ocean-front motel -14 buildings in all, built debt-free with extensive volunteer help. In keeping with Mrs. McNeill's original vision for comfortable conferencing, "all our accommodations are motel-type units," states Carlsen.
...
According to Carlsen, a family of four or five can stay in CBCC's moderate accommodations, with programming and two meals per day, for $1000 - $1500 per week this summer.
...
"Cannon Beach has grown dramatically in these areas thanks to Janet," comments Jeff.
...
When asked about his vision for Cannon Beach, Jeff Carlsen comments thoughtfully, "With our society increasingly fragmenting and our lives becoming increasingly frantic, a place like Cannon Beach where people can get away as families to be relaxed, refreshed, spiritually challenged and renewed, will be of increasing value in our society."


Bill & Pam Farrel's Love-Wise

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- Jeff Carlsen, Executive Director, Cannon Beach Conference Center


Bill & Pam Farrel's Love-Wise

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- Jeff Carlsen, Executive Director, Cannon Beach Conference Center


Bill & Pam Farrel's Love-Wise

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- Jeff Carlsen, Executive Director, Cannon Beach Conference Center

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