The family of Ric Mason – better known to many locals as “Painless Ric,” the owner of Painless Ric’s Tattoo Parlor – will host a celebration of life for the longtime downtown Camas business owner from 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 6, at the Black Pearl on the Columbia, 56 S. First St., Washougal.
Though the Two Rivers Heritage Museum in Washougal is closed to the public for the winter season, visitors hoping to learn more about Washougal and local history can still book group tours of the local museum, located at 1 Durgan St., Washougal.
Members of Camas’ newly formed community advisory group will meet this week to kick off their work guiding public participation during the state’s environmental cleanup of the historic Camas paper.
As a child, Jeannine Mills was a part of the foster care system. As an adult, she’s not only a foster parent, but a regional representative for the Washington State Department of Children Youth and Families and a former court-appointed special advocate for foster children in Clark County.
‘Trash to Treasure’ art exhibit opens
Pastor James Austin describes The Outpost, the Camas Church of the Nazarene’s Washougal-based ministry outreach program, by referring to the famous proverb: “Give a man a fish and you feed him for a day; teach a man to fish and you feed him for a lifetime.”