Back Issues: February 27th, 2017
Those interested in improving their home landscapes, or trying to cope with eyesores from adjacent properties, are invited to a 90-minute workshop presented by WSU Extension Clark County Master Gardeners. “Rejuvenating Your Landscape” is slated for this Saturday, Mar., 4, from 10:30 a.m. to noon, at the Battle Ground Community Library, 1207 SE Eighth Way, in Battle Ground.
Participants should bring four or five photos including areas they currently like and areas they wish to change. Also helpful for the class exercises is to download and print a copy of your property’s map. Visit Maps Online at http://gis.clark.wa.gov/mapsonline/index.cfm, click on “Find Parcel,” and enter your street address on the “Search” tab.
There is no charge and no registration required. For more information, contact Erika Johnson at 360-397-6060 x 5738 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
The transformed Clark County Historical Museum (CCHM) opens to the public on Saturday, Mar. 4, to host the Clark County Historical Society’s 100th Anniversary celebration. The museum closed last summer for renovations. A ribbon cutting will be held at 11 a.m. Guests are invited to stay for refreshments and to see the wonderful updates in the museum. Admission is free.
At the Grand Reopening, visitors will be able to experience the museum’s latest exhibit All Aboard! Clark County Rides the Rails, as well as the return of Food for Thought: Clark County’s Food History and Making Beauty: Native Beadwork of North America. Also, in honor of the 100th anniversary of the I-5 Bridge, the museum has brought back the Bridging the Gap exhibition.
Admission to the museum for the day is underwritten by Riverview Bank. Further details can be found on Facebook, here. For more event information and questions, contact the museum at email@example.com or by phone at 360-993-5679.
Rocksolid Community Teen Center has had an overwhelming response to their upcoming auction. Tickets have sold out for the Mar. 11 event at the Battle Ground Community Center. “We wish we could have more attend, but we are at maximum capacity,” says Marcy Sprecher, executive director.
Individuals and businesses may still support the program by donating goods or services to the auction. The team is still gathering live and silent items. There is always a need for transportation sponsors at a $500 donation. These funds cover the expenses of the two vans picking up teens at the local schools and for field trips, etc.
With this sponsorship, a business gets their logo on the van and on Rocksolid’s website with a link to their business for one year. For more information and to donate, call 360-885-2181. Details about the event can be found on Facebook, here.
WSU Vancouver is hosting an A to Z Financial Aid and Scholarships Workshop Tuesday, Mar. 7, at 6 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Staff will answer questions about financial aid, how to file a FAFSA, scholarships, reward letters and more. Anyone considering higher education at any college is welcome. For more information, contact the Office of Financial Aid & Scholarships at firstname.lastname@example.org, or click on the ad in the right side bar. The office is located in the Dengerink Administration Building, room 110, at WSU Vancouver, 14204 SE Salmon Creek Ave.