Author: Brooke Strickland

Playing it Safe: Avoiding Youth Sports Injuries

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All sports have a risk of injury; but for most young people, the fun and excitement of playing the game greatly outweighs any risk that comes with sports participation. Playing sports helps kids and young adults stay in shape and practice specific skills, but with that comes a commitment to playing safely and preventing injuries… Read More

Micah’s Miles: Going the Distance for Great Causes

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Some people might call him a superhero on wheels. Others might call him a superhero with a smile. Either way, when you see 7-year-old Micah Snell of Camas out and about, you’ll surely be captured by one of the most radiant smiles you’ve ever seen. Micah’s amazing spirit and zest for life is truly contagious,… Read More

Clark College Child and Family Studies: Helping Families Succeed

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Clark College has steadily grown over the years and has built a reputation for excellence in many circles. Their Child and Family Studies Program (CFS) is no exception. Founded decades ago with roots that date back to the kindergartens that sprang up around the Kaiser shipyards in World War II, the program operates with a… Read More

Sounds of the Symphony: Vancouver Symphony Orchestra

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Music: it transcends barriers and speaks a language that all people can appreciate. Whether it’s rock and roll, hip hop, or classical, music connects individuals of all ages and walks of life like nothing else. Music also has the ability to enrich lives and ultimately, change lives for the better. For the last 37 years,… Read More