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Business & Leadership Award nominations sought

Nominations are currently being accepted for the 2014 Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce “Business & Leadership Awards.”

Acupuncturist heads west to downtown Camas

A licensed acupuncturist has relocated her practice from Washougal to Camas. Stephanie Meinhold owned Washougal Acupuncture & Herbs, LLC, in the Evergreen Marketplace at 3307 Evergreen Way, Ste. 603, before she moved to 405 N.E. Sixth Ave. “I moved my practice, due to much lower overhead in Camas and a lack of affordable professional space in Washougal,” she said.

A commitment to success

Every day, countless people look in the mirror and declare, “no more.” They make a commitment to lose weight. For weeks, or even months, a rigorous diet and exercise regimen is followed. They lose weight. Friends marvel at their commitment.

Standing tall through physical therapy

Guy LaRue stands tall today, thankful for the ability to move on his own two feet. The Washougal football player was riding a quad in the sand when he rolled it and broke his back at the age of 14. He had four vertebrates fused, and two rods and eight screws placed into his spine.

Boot camp challenge

Active and fit most of her life, after the birth of her second child Anna Stephens had some trouble getting back into the swing of things. “I just couldn’t lose the weight,” she said.

Understanding wellness

Childhood obesity has reached epidemic levels in Washington and throughout the United States. Overweight children are at higher risk for lifelong physical and emotional health problems, among other issues.

Free yoga at Crown Park in Camas this summer

Rushing Water Yoga is offering free yoga classes once a month in Crown Park.

Hathaway to serve free summer meals

Free lunches will be served again this summer at Hathaway Elementary School, 630 24th St., Washougal.

Improving the latter years of life

Maggie Lou Heltzel enjoys challenges, most any games and mingling with people. She is among the participants in beanbag baseball at Columbia Ridge Senior Living, in Washougal. Heltzel, 86, also enjoys playing bingo and exercise “sometimes.”

Uniting for Prevention

To “unite” is defined as joining, combining or incorporating to form a single unit. There is a reason this descriptive term is included in the name of the organization that is made up of a diverse group of members who work together to “support youth, encourage families, enrich community and guide healthy choices.”