‘Weed and Feed’ set at Camas Roots Garden
Volunteers are needed this summer for “Weed and Feed” Wednesdays from 9 a.m. to noon until Aug. 31, at the Camas Roots Garden. It is located just east of the Camas School District JD Zellerbach Administration Building, 841 N.E. 22nd Ave.
Community members are invited to help with weeding, planting, and other basic garden maintenance.
As the season progresses, produce will be harvested for the Inter-faith Treasure House food bank.
Camas Roots is a partnership between the Camas School District and community volunteers.
The mission is to be a living learning experience that involves students in environmental stewardship, service learning and building community connections. Families are encouraged to attend the “Weed and Feed” events.
For more information, call Kathy Placek at 314-6267.
Locals make honor roll
Several local students were named to the Washington State University President’s Honor Roll for the 2011 spring semester.
To qualify for the list, students must either have a 3.5 cumulative GPA or a 3.75 semester GPA.
They include the following:
Camas: Kiley Jordan Anderson, Ryan Joseph Anderson, Natalie Joy Atkinson, Greg Wayne Beasley, Austin Scott Benson, Michael Aaron Berliner, Ian Anthony Brech, Monica Marie Cassaday, Alexander Jack Colby, David Douglas Cole, Amber Nicole Conway, Hsuan Hsuan Dai, Jacqueline Faith Damon, Justin Kelly Donoghue, Scott Everett Downs, Samantha Sue Ebert-Carte, Ashley Denise Espinosa, Cole Thomas Hadwin, Dane Steven Hagensen, Kacie Marie Hamreus, Jeanette Helene Harris, Kyla Raeann Harrison, Todd Ryan Hartsfield, Cody Otto Hirn, Carrie Lynn Irvine, Landon George King, Karen L Knight, Tyson James Larimer, Deanna Marie Ludwig-Bos, Megan Danielle Macchione, Joseph John Mackay, Cathy F Manwell, Brandon Michael McCormick, Molly Marlene McGinnis, Kristi Lyn Muro, Megan Marie Murphy-Koreski, Shayna Elizabeth Pordes, Ramya Solai Ramanathan, Nikki Lynnee Robeson, Philip Emil Roggemann, Earl E Sadewasser, Ethan G Schulze, Madison Nicole Schwartz, Ashley Brooke Sheldon, Hailey Michelle Sherwood, Sujatha Shynne, Alexander Taylor Smith, Kendall Elizabeth Soto, Jon Ingvar Spikkeland, Daniel Thomas Stephens, Mark Thomas Sundem, Katelynn Taylor Tiedy, Luis Armando Valencia, Ashley Kuffel Walters, Christine Nicole Watson and Alexa Marie Zeazas. Washougal: Michael Keith Allen, Leona A Amaneha, Kailey Michelle Anderton, Katherine Oletha Boneski, Thomas L Carroll, Collin J Cejka, Brandon Charles Chase, Tori Lynne Cox, Randi Jill Ensley, Nicholas Edward Ewing, Sharon Marie Farra, Jessica Ann Goodling, Aundrea Violet Goughnour, Stephanie Ann Halen, Sally Ann Hart, Elijah Js Houle, Rochelle R Huffine, Sally Elizabeth Hurst, Casey Thomas Johnson, Lukas Hamilton Johnson, Baillie Marie Kraft, Dana Nichole Lackey, Rosalyn Ellen Lamb, Philip Harris Macarthur, Tracy Archambault Martin, Samuel John McQueen, Brent David Roberts, Angela Nettles Slot, Erika Marie Stauffer, Suzie Q Williams and Lindsey Jean Zwiener.
Free child screenings offered
The Washington State Department of Early Learning provides free child development screenings, with an appointment made beforehand.
Children ages birth to 36 months are observed for their movements, talking, hearing, playing and understanding.
Families receive a summary of the screening. For more information, call 896-9912, Ext. 463, or visit www.eocfwa.org.
Locals graduate from Gonzaga
Two Camas residents received degrees from Gonzaga University on Sunday, May 8.
They are Molly Adamson, magna cum laude, bachelor of science in nursing; and Lauren Reynolds, bachelor of arts in political science.
Gonzaga University is a private Catholic college in Spokane, Wash.
Hogan earns degree from OHSU
Shannon Hogan, of Camas, recently graduated summa cum laude from the Oregon Health & Science University School of Nursing in Portland, Ore.
Hogan graduated from Camas High School as a valedictorian in 2002.
She is the daughter of Mary Beth and Steve Hogan of Camas.
Thomas lands on Gonzaga dean’s list
Emily Thomas of Camas has earned dean’s list honors at Gonzaga University for spring semester 2011.
Students must earn at least a 3.5 GPA to be listed.
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