Back Issues: March 6th, 2017
The Clark Public Utilities Board of Commissioners will hold a regular meeting at 9 a.m. Tuesday, Mar. 7, at Operations Service Center – Education Center, 8600 NE 117th Ave., Vancouver.
The community is invited to join Vancouver Mayor Timothy D. Leavitt for the 2017 State of the City Address Thursday, Mar. 30. Leavitt will reflect on the city’s rich history and the exciting growth and progress over the past year.
Following the address, guests will have an opportunity to get a sneak peek of four city-owned historic military buildings undergoing renovation.
The free, public event begins at 5 p.m., at the Fort Vancouver Artillery Barracks, 600 Hathaway Rd. Donations of new or lightly used children’s books for the Vancouver Police Activities League’s literacy program will be accepted. RSVP’s are requested to CityHallRSVP@cityofvancouver.us.
The Nutter Foundation is actively recruiting volunteers for Dozer Day 2017. Dozer Day is a fun family event that allows kids to operate dump trucks, dozers, and excavators. Proceeds benefit a variety of community groups and organizations. This year’s event will be held Saturday, May 20, and Sunday, May 21, at the Clark County Fairgrounds. Volunteers are needed to operate equipment (experienced, professional operators only), work with equipment operators to help children on and off machinery, monitor lines, and assist with check-in, ticket taking, etc. To ensure the safety of children attending Dozer Day, all volunteers will be pre-screened through the Washington State Patrol background check system in advance. To learn more and to register for a shift, visit http://vancouver.dozerday.org/volunteer/.
Legacy Salmon Creek Medical Center President Bryce Helgerson has been honored as a 2017 Leader in Health Care in the state of Washington. Seattle Business Magazine named him as one of two Executives of the Year for hospitals outside the Puget Sound. Seattle Business Magazine coordinates the awards program to highlight the best and brightest in health care, those individuals and institutions leading the charge to improve Washington’s world-class health care sector. Helgerson served as Administrator in the Department of Neurological Surgery at OHSU until 2005, when he joined Legacy Health. At Legacy Health, he has served as Chief Executive Administrative Officer at Legacy Mount Hood Medical Center, Vice President of hospital operations at Legacy Emanuel Medical Center and Randall Children’s Hospital prior to assuming his current role.