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Clark Public Utilities Virtual Race for Warmth

The annual Race for Warmth is a great way to get out and be active while helping those in our community who may be struggling. This year, Race for Warmth will be a virtual race taking place January 29-31, 2021;  but even though the race is virtual, the funds raised for Operation Warm Heart will be able to offer some real help to those in need.

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Free COVID-19 Testing Site Now Open

The City of Vancouver, Clark County Public Health and Clark Regional Emergency Services Agencies (CRESA) have partnered with Washington State Department of Health and the non-profit organization Health Commons Project to open a no-barrier COVID-19 rapid testing site.

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More Students Welcomed Back to In-Person Learning

Evergreen Public Schools will begin to welcome more and more students back for in-person learning beginning January 19. The district announced it would be following Washington Governor Jay Inslee’s new guidelines announced in December, along with Clark County Public Health’s direction, allowing schools to offer more in-person learning as COVID transmission numbers flatten.

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Go Play Outside This Winter

Get active and stay connected to the community with the new Go Play, Vancouver program from Parks and Recreation. It’s free to participate, Vancouver residency is not required to participate, and there will be prizes!

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Battle Ground Holiday Tree Lighting Festivities

The city of Battle Ground invites the community to kick off the holiday season with the annual Holiday Tree Lighting on Friday, December 4, 2020, at 6:00 pm. The community’s long-standing tradition will be held virtually this year, but will continue to embrace everyone’s favorite moments.

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Advocate for Older Citizens and More Livable Communities

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.

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Woodland High School Teacher Uses Explosive Experiments to Engage Students

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.

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Ridgefield Teacher Creates Choir Concert from Students Videos

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.

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