Food Bank to host drive-through food giveaway at Hathaway Park this Saturday
Intent on competing in a science competition that could win their team up to $9,000 in savings bonds, the two Camas middle school students were looking for a local problem in need of a solution.
When Camas business owner Jacquie Hill was applying for a competitive small-business grant earlier this year, she knew she wanted to use part of the money to help the whole community.
During a year of unprecedented challenges, several Washougal residents maintained — and in some cases increased — their efforts to make their community a better place.
The metal post that holds the marquee sign in the parking lot of the Washougal Food Center, at 1736 “E” St., has seen better days. Some of the black paint used to spell out the word “liquor” has peeled away, revealing chunks of the original surface and turning the letter “I” into a silver splotch.
Camas’ “Dancing Lady” knows the feeling of unbridled joy.