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Sweet and Savory Pie, Oh My!

Because, who doesn’t love pie? This pie event will bring all manners of sweet and savory pies to downtown Camas including fruit pies, cream pies, pizza pies, hand pies, key lime pie, shepherd’s pie, and more.

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Gather Your Flock for Turkey Trot 2020

Since 2002, families in Clark County have met for an early morning run before gathering around their Thanksgiving table. As popularity and numbers grew, these families realized that their traditional morning run could become a meaningful way to serve the hungry in their communities, especially on a day like Thanksgiving, and Turkey Trot became a Clark County tradition.

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C’est la Vie Awarded Restaurant Reboot Grant

Northwest Wine and Food Society announced the third award in their Restaurant Reboot program. A $2000 grant was awarded to Keri Buhman of C’est la Vie French café in Vancouver. The grant is for the support of reopening and ongoing expenses in wake of the pandemic.

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Scary Good Fun on the Run

Trick or Treat? This is no trick, Why Racing events have been permitted for an in-person Scary Run on Saturday, October 31, 2020. Your race, your way, choose from either a virtual or live event.

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Free Leaf Disposal Coupon Saves the Drains

The season is changing quickly from “Fall” to “Fell”. Don’t let clogged stormwater drains dampen your spirits or drain your wallet. Clark County residents can once again use the Free Leaf Disposal Coupon for disposal of leaves at four drop-off sites, from October 1 through December 31, 2020.

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Working Together to Combat Homelessness

The Clark County Council and the Vancouver City Council approved a memorandum of agreement that creates a joint executive group on homelessness to enable leaders from both organizations to collaborate on projects and initiatives that will address homelessness and its impacts within the county.

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Picnic Plans Stay on Pause

With the uncertainty around how public-gathering regulations will unfold over the next several months, Clark County Public Works has made the decision to extend the temporary pause on new picnic shelter reservations and park use permits until February 1, 2021.

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