School notes for Dec. 2, 2014

Annual financial aid information night set

Specialists from Clark College’s financial aid office will be on hand to answer questions from prospective students and parents on Wednesday, Dec. 10 from 6 to 8 p.m.

The annual event provides information about Clark’s admission process, scholarship opportunities, financial aid grants and loans, how to apply and more.

The event will be held at Clark College’s main campus in the Gaiser Student Center. Clark College is located at 1933 Fort Vancouver Way.

This event is free and open to the public.

There is no advance registration or reservation required. More information is available at www.clark.edu/cc/fan, or by contacting financial aid at 992-2153 or finaid@clark.edu.

Those who need disability accommodation should call the college’s Disability Support Services Office at 992-2314.

Camp Windy Hill hosting winter camps

Camp Windy Hill in Washougal will host winter camps for children ages 5 to 11 years old from 1 to 5 p.m. Monday and Tuesday, Dec. 22 and 23; and Tuesday and Wednesday, Dec. 30 and 31.

In holiday camp, children will create handmade presents and treats for family and friends.

In crafts camp they will design whimsical sock puppets and “softies” (stuffed animals), and decorate a special home for them.

Campers will be served hot chocolate and snacks in each two-day camp.

The cost is $65 for each camp.

If roads are impassible, camp will be cancelled and all fees refunded.

For more information or to register, visit www.CampWindyHill.com, kathy@campwindyhill.com or call 977-8032.

Registration is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Phone-a-Thon hits fundraising goal

Due to volunteer efforts and the community support, the Camas Educational Foundation hit its fundraising goal of $25,000 for its annual phone-a-thon, despite a snow day.

The funds will be used by the non-profit for its Major Grant program in Camas schools, which support teacher-sponsored programs in early learning, language, arts, science, math, social studies and history.

“Many thanks to the student callers from Skyridge and Liberty Associated Student Body, CHS Key Club members and other individuals that gave us a few hours,” stated a press release from the organization.

“Also a big thanks to the data-king Jeff Huth and many other adult volunteers.”

To donate before the end of 2014 for tax purposes, visit www.cefcams.org/phone-a-thon.html.

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