There were 67 entries in this year’s Camas Days Grand Parade on Saturday.
Excitement was in the air Friday as spectators and participants awaited the start of the Camas Days Kids’ Parade.
A chance meeting between three young girls with a love of horses led to an opportunity that two had never dreamed would come true.
You did not need to be a beer drinker to enjoy the Weird Beer on the River festival, in Washougal this weekend.
Summer often brings an opportunity to slow down and enjoy life a little more, whether it’s picnicking in a local park, cooling off in one of the waterways, hiking or just having some down time.
Brian Joiner eyes the runway, preparing for takeoff.
The sounds of music, excited children and friendly greetings echoed through the streets of downtown Camas on a recent sunny Wednesday afternoon.
Friday and Saturday were filled with community pride as friends and family gathered to watch local students earn their high school diplomas. There were tears, laughter and a sense of accomplishment and anticipation, as one chapter closed and another opened. The Post-Record has put together a wrap-up of the festivities from all four schools.
Never underestimate the power of a simple act of kindness.
The Washougal High School 101st commencement ceremony served as an opportunity to say farewell to several faculty and staff members, as well as the Class of 2015.