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 of Camas-Washougal Commissioners and some staff members will meet for several hours during a planning retreat.
A licensed mental health counselor is now practicing at Camas Chiropractic Center.
A duo from Nashville will perform at Caps N’ Taps in Camas on Aug. 30.
The organizers of the Crossroads Gathering Festival are looking forward to 2015, after deciding not to hold the event this year. One of the event’s planners, Jeff Guard, said the fundraising campaign needed to start earlier than it had, and there were some logistical issues.
The Clark County Board of Health is seeking individuals to fill vacancies on the Public Health Advisory Council.
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.
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 21,600 square foot structure, at 4125 S. Lincoln St., Washougal, has housed Foods in Season — a distributor of seafood, caviar, specialty meats, mushrooms and truffles — since April. Team Construction, LLC, of Vancouver, was the general contractor for the $2.167 million project.
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.