Back Issues: February 17, 2017
Johnson Bixby (JBA), a financial planning firm with offices in Vancouver and Longview, has added Patricia Young as Planning Associate. In her role, she will assist Heidi Johnson Bixby with client service support. Young brings a wealth of experience to JBA. Previously, she worked at Oregon State University in the human resources department. It was here that she learned the ins and outs of retirement benefits and federal compliance. She earned her master’s in business administration at Oregon State University. To learn more about JBA, visit www.johnsonbixby.com.
Girl Scout Cookie Season is here, and 2017 marks 100 years of Girl Scouts selling cookies. A century ago, girls began participating in what would evolve into the largest entrepreneurial training program for girls in the world: the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Girl Scouts of Oregon and Southwest Washington (GSOSW) will commemorate this banner year with the unveiling of Girl Scout S’mores cookies, finally available to the public beginning Friday, Feb. 17 through Sunday, Mar. 12. Girl Scout S’mores cookie will join classics like Thin Mints, Samoas and Trefoils. Cookies can be purchased from booths for $5 per box. Customers can find a booth nearby with the cookie locator at girlscoutsosw.org or use the Cookie Locator app available for iPhone or Android.
Hello Vancouver! returns this Wednesday, Feb. 22, but the show has moved to Warehouse ’23, 100 Columbia St. Admission is always free, but attendees are asked to reserve their seats via Eventbrite, here. Registration ensures priority seating and a free sticker. The show starts at 7 p.m.
- Special guest Grimm star Hannah Loyd
- Music by Bobbi, Joe, and the New Guy
- 2017 Miss Clark County contestants
- A new cooking segment featuring Mayor Pro Tem Anne McEnerny Ogle
- Mark Mathias, owner of Beaches Restaurants and Warehouse ’23
Hello Vancouver! is a free, fast-paced, family friendly, live show that looks at life in this corner of Southwest Washington. Hosts are Temple Lentz, Jim Mains, and Noland Hoshino. For more information, visit the event page on Facebook here. Interested parties can also call Jim Mains at 360-513-8529.