Business News

Doomsday is brewing in Washougal

Two former grade school buddies have moved Doomsday Brewing Co. LLC, to Washougal.

Business briefs for Sept. 2, 2014

Women in Networking to hold an ‘End of Summer Patio Party’ RSVPs are due by Friday

Camas Gallery hosts ‘Plein Air’ fine art competition in September

The Plein Air fine art competition will take place in downtown Camas Friday, Sept. 5, from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Columbia Ridge hosts luau

Columbia Ridge Senior Living will host its annual Hawaiian luau Saturday, Aug. 16, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

Nine leaders to compete in ‘Dancing’ fundraiser

Community leaders will take the stage at Dancing with the Local Stars, a fundraiser for the Fort Vancouver National Trust.

Mountainview House to host Senior Fair & Family Day

Arts and crafts vendors and live music will be featured during the “Senior Fair & Family Day” at Mountainview House.

Walgreens accepts donations for wildfire victims

Walgreens stores are accepting check-out counter donations at locations throughout Washington to support those whose lives or property were disrupted by the western wildfires.

Exhibitors needed for Heritage Day

Vendors are being sought to participate in the annual Heritage Day event in Washougal.

PeaceHealth gives to Free Clinic

PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center recently donated $75,000 to the Free Clinic of Southwest Washington.

Providing hometown care

A local woman who performed at a senior center in Forest Grove, Ore., as a teenager, is the director of admissions and marketing at Prestige Care and Rehabilitation, in Camas. When Dianna Kretzschmar was 16, she received a Rotary Club scholarship for her service project of playing a piano at the senior center dances. The other band members were older than 70.

Port to hold retreat Aug. 22

Port of Camas-Washougal Commissioners and some staff members will meet for several hours during a planning retreat.