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Clark County Stories: How We Came to this Place

February 26th, 2018|

Grab a snack, don a smile, and get to know one another - join the Clark County Historical Museum for community history conversations. These conversations are part of the series, Clark County Stories: How We Came to this Place.

Clark County Stories: How We Came to this Place

February 26th, 2018|

Grab a snack, don a smile, and get to know one another - join the Clark County Historical Museum for community history conversations. These conversations are part of the series, Clark County Stories: How We Came to this Place.

Clark County Stories: How We Came to this Place

February 26th, 2018|

Grab a snack, don a smile, and get to know one another - join the Clark County Historical Museum for community history conversations. These conversations are part of the series, Clark County Stories: How We Came to this Place.

Clark County Stories: How We Came to this Place

February 26th, 2018|

Grab a snack, don a smile, and get to know one another - join the Clark County Historical Museum for community history conversations. These conversations are part of the series, Clark County Stories: How We Came to this Place.

Clark County to Host Reserve Deputy Recruitment Program

February 26th, 2018|

Have you ever considered a career in law enforcement? Or just looking to volunteer in your community in a meaningful and exciting way? Working as a reserve deputy is a rewarding experience that can also be an opportunity to explore the possibility of a full time career in law enforcement. It is also ideal for professional adults interested in public safety and service to the community but are unable to commit to a full time law enforcement career.

Reel Kids Go Fishing | Klineline Kids Fishing

February 20th, 2018|

(Ed. Note: An additional hour has been added on Friday, and they are now accepting walkups both days.) Klineline Kids Fishing gives children the opportunity to experience the thrill of catching a fish and educational sessions help children learn more about fishing, water safety and the outdoors. This event also puts children in close connection to our Counties First Responders. Firefighters, police, game wardens, and medics are present and available to visit with the kids. Children also make a one-to-one connection with local anglers who volunteer to mentor them in fishing.

Celebrate Community Supported Agriculture

February 20th, 2018|Blog, Clark County, Local Events, People|

Where do you get your fresh produce? There's been a lot of talk over the years that it is best to buy your food as close to the source as possible, and you can't get much closer than on the farm it was grown. Hurray for CSA! CSA stands for Community-Supported Agriculture and is a subscription to a season’s worth of sustainable, locally grown produce that is distributed to members throughout the harvesting season.

Waste Busters Challenge

February 19th, 2018|

Although Washington has a 50% recycling rate, the average Washington resident produces over 7 pounds of trash every day. That's twice the national average! Accept the challenge to reduce your waste at Waste Busters, a free, web-based, Clark County Green Neighbors event for residents to learn how to live less wasteful lifestyles.

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