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Meals on Wheels People will hold its Clark County Spring Luncheon at the Vancouver Hilton, its largest fundraising event of the year Thursday, Apr. 2. Networking happens from 11:30 to noon and the program follows immediately after.
Meals on Wheels People has been making sure local seniors receive hot, nutritious meals for more than 40 years. To prepare and serve 5,000 meals every weekday is only possible with the help of thousands of volunteers and committed corporate citizens. More than 300 business and community partners from the Clark County area will gather at the Spring Luncheon to raise awareness and urgently needed funds that nourish the body and soul of older adults in the community.
The luncheon is free and open to the public. Donations will be requested during the event. Event sponsorships are also for sale, with proceeds benefiting Meals on Wheels People. RSVP to Marcie Kessel at 503-953-8114 or email@example.com. For more information, visit Meals on Wheels People website.
The Clark County Fair has announced that Kansas will perform the first of its four concerts planned during the run of the Fair this August 7 through 16. The concert is set for opening night, Friday, Aug. 7, inside the Wolf Grandstands. Tickets range from $25 to $35, and go on sale this Saturday, Mar. 28, at www.clarkcofair.com and www.ticketmaster.com. Kansas is a world renowned band that has sold millions of albums and appeared on the billboard charts for more than 200 weeks. For reserved seats, order online and the concert ticket price includes admission to the Clark County Fair (day of concert only). The concert starts at 7 p.m. For more information, visit www.clarkcofair.com.
Those planning to stop by Flutes & Rocks Lounge in downtown Camas this evening, Mar. 26, will find them celebrating Washington State Wine Month. From 6:30 to 9:30 p.m., guests can enjoy a special selection of food and Washington wine parings. Featured pairings include:
Whites: Wild Meadows Chardonnay, Waterbrook Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay paired with soft white cheeses, crackers, grapes, apples, and honey roasted walnuts.
Reds: Expedition Merlot and Cabernet, and Browne Cabernet paired with tomato and basil bruscetta crostini, pork shoulder, pickled beet and bean salad and charcuterie plate with crackers.
The evening is $35. For more information and to reserve a spot, call 360-954-5981. Flutes and Rocks Lounge is located at 500 NE Fourth Ave. A website is still in the works, but details about the lounge can be found at Just A Girl In Camas.
Spring Break is just around the corner and Camas Meadows Golf Course is offering three day youth golf camps from the Washington Youth Golf Academy (WYGA). The camps offer an introduction to golf and covers all aspects of the game including woods, irons, chipping, tutting, golf etiquette and course management. Camp schedules are:
Junior Camp (Age six through 12) – Monday, Apr. 6 through Thursday, Apr. 8, from 9 to 11 a.m.
Teen Camp (Age 13-17) – Thursday, Apr. 9 through Saturday, Apr. 11, from 9 to 11 a.m.
Camp cost is $99. All attendees will receive WYGA camp memorabilia, and all equipment is provided. Sessions meet at the Driving Range. For more information and to sign up, call the Camas Meadows Pro Shop at 360-833-2000. Camas Meadows is located at 4105 NW Camas Meadows Drive. Learn more at www.camasmeadows.com.