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20th Anniversary Patriot Day Ceremony

The Community Military Appreciation Committee (CMAC) and the City of Vancouver invite the community to attend a special 9/11 Patriot Day ceremony commemorating the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks that occurred on Sept. 11, 2001.

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Camas First Friday Featuring Plein Art and Engaging Games

The tradition of talented local artists painting the charming Downtown Camas landscape for September First Friday will continue this year with the “Plein Air and Art Event” on September 3rd. Art games, free crayons for little artists, and art activities throughout the downtown businesses will add to this festive First Friday event from 5:00 Pm to 8:00 PM.

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Law and Justice Council Seeking Applicants

Clark County Council is seeking applicants for two seats on the Clark County Law and Justice Council. One position will be filled by a resident living in the unincorporated area of Clark County, and one position will be filled by a resident living in an incorporated city of Clark County.

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That’s Just GR8

Thousands of vehicle owners across the state are receiving letters incorrectly notifying vehicle owners that their personalized plates will be canceled.

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Discover Local Artists at Washougal Art Festival

The Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance is welcoming back artists and art lovers for their sixth annual Washougal Art Festival. Featuring nearly 20 professional local and regional artists, the event will be held at Reflection Plaza (1703 Main Street, Washougal) on Saturday, August 14, 2021, from 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM.

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Carnival Fun in the Sun

The Clark County Event Center Family Fun Series wraps up this week with a Family Fun Carnival now through Sunday, August 15.
The Carnival will feature rides, games, and all the fun you would expect for one of the largest carnivals in SW Washington, and there is no gate admission fee.

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Clark County Scam Alert Warrants Your Attention

An unknown person(s) have been calling intended victims identifying themselves as a representative from the Sheriff’s Office stating “you” need to contact them to discuss a legal matter. The callers have been using the names of actual members of the department. This is a scam.

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Community News

Klineline Pond Closed to Swimming

Timing is everything, right? Just when the weather is getting hot and school is letting out, Klineline Pond is currently closed for swimming. Water samples will be taken again on Wednesday, so keep your fingers crossed and your sunscreen handy.

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Volunteers Needed for Newly Formed Equestrian Task Force

The Clark County manager is seeking volunteers to serve on the county’s newly-created rural equestrian facilities stakeholder workgroup to develop recommendations for county code and policy revisions to mitigate operational impacts of such facilities on adjacent neighbors and neighborhoods.

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Are You Passionate About Recycling?

Residents with a passion for waste reduction, education, and outreach experience, or experience with multifamily housing are encouraged to apply for position openings on the Solid Waste Advisory Commission.

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Call to Artist for Mural in Washougal

The Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance (WACA) is soliciting proposals from qualified artists, or teams of artists, to design and create an exterior mural on the south-facing wall of the Los Dos Compadres Cantina located at 1713 E Street in Washougal.

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Clark County Law Library Offers Self Help Kits

“The Only Two Certainties In Life Are Death And Taxes”. And, while no one likes to talk about either of them, ignoring them is not a good solution. The Clark County Law Library is selling a new self-help form kit, The Small Estate Affidavit, which may be an alternative to probate in some circumstances. 

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