Locals graduate from CWU
Several local students have earned degrees from Central Washington University. They include:
Camas: Alexis Bell, bachelor of arts in mathematics teaching (secondary), cum laude; Michael Gonzalez, bachelor of science in flight technology, cum laude; and Jared Loveland, B.S. in aviation.
Washougal: Amanda Schlegel, B.S. in food and nutrition, cum laude; Kurt McLanles, B.S. in environmental studies and a B.A. in geography, cum laude; and Ryan Hidgon, B.S. in industrial technology.
McDonald’s restaurants collect school supplies
McDonald’s of Clark County is having a school supply drive this month for children in need.
These items will benefit the Vancouver, Evergreen, Camas and Battle Ground school districts.
Supplies left at a specific McDonald’s location will directly benefit children in the school district the store is located in.
All school supplies are needed, with a few high need items, including backpacks, new socks and underwear.
There will be bins located inside each lobby for supplies. The only locations not collecting supplies are the Westfield Mall, 192nd Ave. Wal-Mart and Fort Vancouver locations.
The Camas McDonald’s, which is participating in the drive, is located at 3354 N.E. Third Ave.
New Blue Parrot Theatre plans Washougal show
The New Blue Parrot Theatre will perform “Thoroughly Modern Millie,” at the Washburn Performing Arts Center, 1201 39th St., Washougal.
Show times will be 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Aug. 13 and 14 and 20 and 21. There will also be a 1 p.m. Saturday matinee on both dates. There are local residents performing in the play.
Ticket prices are $15 for adults, and $12 for senior citizens and youth ages 16 and younger.
Advanced group sales are also available.
Browse www.newblueparrot.com or call 696-1155 for details.