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Beginning this year, three seniors will be honored by the new Scholarship Fund. One scholarship will go to a student who transferred to the school, the other two scholarships will go to an outstanding student in the arts, and to an outstanding student …
Clark County middle- and high-school students have an opportunity to showcase their video skills and win cash prizes. Stormwater Partners of Southwest Washington is partnering with Oregon’s Regional Coalition for Clean Rivers and Streams to launch “The River Starts Here Student Video Contest.”
Learn something new, adopt sustainable habits, and most of all, have fun during the WasteBusters Challenge.
Lucky leprechauns, art gallery receptions, green activities, prizes, after-hours shopping, and more will be the focus of the “Go Green” themed March First Friday in Downtown Camas.
Free up valuable space in your home, business, or storage spaces and protect yourself or your business by safely shredding important documents. Thomas Jefferson Middle School PTSA is hosting a free shred day event on Saturday, March 20, 2021, from 10:00 AM to 1:00 PM.
The Clark County Law Library is offering residents access to a free self-help legal database on its website through January 31, 2022.
More than 930 residents and staff at adult family homes and other long-term care facilities were vaccinated against COVID-19 on Thursday and Friday, as volunteer teams fanned out across Clark and Cowlitz counties.
More than 930 racers participated in the seventh annual Clark Public Utilities Race for Warmth and raised more than $43,000 for the utility’s heating assistance program, Operation Warm Heart.
Are you interested in pursuing your education and future career in the building trades? The Building Futures Foundation is seeking applicants for scholarships and tool grants.
Chocolate treats, art shows, candy-themed activities, prizes, after-hours shopping, and more will all be a part of the 14th annual “A Chocolate Affair to Remember” First Friday event in Downtown Camas in February.
Northwest Personal Training opened its fitness and training business in January 2000 with hopes of making our community a little healthier. When McMillan opened the studio 21 years ago, it was the first of its kind in the Northwest.
Earlier this month, Clark County Public Health began accepting requests from people eligible for COVID-19
The seventh annual Race for Warmth, a community event to benefit Operation Warm Heart, is coming to Clark County the weekend of January 29 – 31, 2021. Registration is available online now at www.raceforwarmth.com.
Nominations are now being accepted for ESD 112’s 2022 Teacher of the Year and 2021-2022 Classified School Employee of the Year.
Clark County is seeking applicants for three positions on its Commission on Aging. The commission manages and implements the county’s Aging Readiness Plan and fosters countywide awareness, dialogue and insight into challenges and opportunities for residents of all ages, incomes and abilities.
School district employees, students, families, and community members will have an opportunity to learn about the finalist candidates for Vancouver Public Schools’ next superintendent.
The Clark County Council is seeking community members with expertise in or experience with people with intellectual/developmental disabilities to serve on the Developmental Disabilities Advisory Board.
Clark County is looking to fill a position on the Clark County Arts Commission. The volunteer position is for a member of the business community.
Clark County Historical Museum will launch its 2021 Speaker Series on Thursday, February 4, with Melissa Williams’ presentation of “A Place to Call Home: Housing and the African American Experience post-WWII.”
During science classes, teachers use labs and experiments to engage students and improve learning by demonstrating concepts in action. However, with Woodland’s high school students learning fully remotely due to the pandemic, Stephanie Marshall, a science teacher at Woodland High School, develops unique ways to involve students in vivid science lab experiments without the ability to attend school in-person.
The City of Vancouver had pledged to help plant 1,000 trees in 2020 as part of the Trees in Cities Challenge, a worldwide effort to create sustainable, more resilient, and greener cities of tomorrow.
Some classes are a challenge to teach online, and choir is one of them. It’s harder to hear how a choir’s harmony blends over a small computer speaker versus being surrounded by sound. But even with online classes, Ridgefield choir teacher Bobbe Whetsell thought her students should be able to hear how they would sound in concert. So she painstakingly compiled dozens of student videos into a virtual “concert”—for each of her five classes.
The interim county manager is seeking applicants to fill two positions on the volunteer Community Action Advisory Board.