The Clark County Board of Health is seeking individuals to fill vacancies on the Public Health Advisory Council.
The first building in the Steigerwald Commerce Center is on the list of “Top Projects” of Southwest Washington, named by the Vancouver Business Journal. The ...
The Board of Clark County Commissioners recently appointed three community members to fill seats on the Board of Equalization.
The Clark County Developmental Disabilities Advisory Board and Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce are accepting nominations of businesses and individuals for the National Disability Employment Awareness Community Awards.
A community party at Mountainview House will include a Wii game competition, bounce house, painting lessons and vendors. Additional arts and crafts vendors are invited to participate in the Senior Fair & Family Day, Saturday, Aug. 16, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Customers of the Washougal Post Office are invited to stop by the facility Tuesday, July 29, from 1 to 3 p.m. “Our customers are the reason we exist, so I think it’s important to recognize and thank them for their loyal business and support,” said Postmaster Stephanie Rhine.
The new Camas-Washougal Economic Development Association website includes listings of local buildings that are available to lease or purchase. The goal is to provide information to companies considering locating in the C-W area.
A Camas non-profit organization is the beneficiary of a contribution from the Nike Employee Grant Fund.
Nominations are currently being accepted for the 2014 Greater Vancouver Chamber of Commerce “Business & Leadership Awards.”
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.
The Fort Vancouver National Trust is seeking 300 volunteers to lend a hand at Independence Day at Fort Vancouver on Friday, July 4. Last year more than 250 volunteers helped at the event, which was attended by more than 35,000 people.