Riverview Six to Sunset concert series kicks off July 9
by DIwpBacon on July 2, 2015
Photo courtesy of Hit Machine.
The Riverview Six to Sunset concert series kicks off at 6 p.m. Thursday, July 9, in Esther Short Park. The free series takes place every Thursday night between 6 and 8 p.m. through August 14, and features performances from a different band each evening. Scheduled concerts include:
July 9: Hit Machine
July 16: Patrick Lamb
July 23: Cloverdayle
July 30: Flexor-T
August 6: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra
August 13: Soul Vaccination
Leadership Clark County (LCC) will present the Pub in the Park VIP Tables. Purchase of a table for the series includes VIP seating for 10 people at each of the six concerts, dinner from the Hilton’s Gray’s at the Park restaurant, one drink voucher per person at each concert and free bottled water. Tables are $1,500 each, 50% of which is tax deductible. To purchase a table, contact Angel Escobedo, LCC executive director, at 360-567-1085, email@example.com or go online to www.leadershipclarkcounty.com/contributesponsor/pub-in-the-park/.
Reserve a seat now for the next WSU MAP Alliance Forum July 8
Posted July 2nd, 2015
The next installment of the WSU MAP Alliance Forum is set for Wednesday, July 8, from 8:30 to 10 a.m. at the WSU Vancouver Multi Media Building Room 1, 14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave. The topic is “Forecasting: what data do you need to predict your financial future?”
Building on the March Business Growth MAP Alliance presentation by Doug Steck, Washington State University Vancouver will host a session in which Steck, using a proven Excel modeling tool, will lead attendees to understand what information they must capture in order to forecast the financial future of their business. Participants will learn how a systematic, disciplined analysis of each aspect of their business can increase business sustainability.
Steck, Executive in Residence at WSU Vancouver has more than 20 years of executive experience, having held CEO, COO, CFO, CIO, and sales positions in companies ranging from IBM to small startups, across multiple industry sectors, and with international responsibility. He currently teaches entrepreneurship, management and marketing courses at WSU Vancouver. To reserve a seat, contact Julie Early at Julia.firstname.lastname@example.org.
YouthBuild Vancouver accepting applications for GED/construction skills program
Posted July 2nd, 2015
Clark County residents, ages 17 through 24, who do not have a high school diploma and are interested in obtaining a GED and job-related skills are invited to attend a free YouthBuild Vancouver information session to learn more about the program. The sessions are Thursday, July 9, Tuesday, July 14 and Thursday, July 23, from 4 to 5:30 p.m., at Partners in Careers, 3210 NE 52nd St.
Those enrolled in YouthBuild will have the opportunity, at no cost, to obtain their GED or high school diploma, gain two nationally-recognized construction certifications, participate in building a house for a family in need, receive services, including job, college and career preparation. To participate in YouthBuild, an individual must be a Clark County resident, a high school dropout in need of a high school diploma or GED, and interested in gaining job skills and experience
YouthBuild is a community-based alternative education program that provides classroom instruction and occupational skills training to youth who have been in the juvenile justice system, are aging out of foster care, have dropped out of high school or are otherwise at risk of failing to reach key educational and career milestones. To register, contact Sam Capeloto at 360-696-8417 ext. 110 or email@example.com.