Special Events & Programs

Micah’s Miles: Going the Distance for Great Causes

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

Wander Woman: Spring to Life at Pomeroy Farm

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Robin Williams said, “Spring is nature’s way of saying, let’s party!” After the winter we’ve had, we deserve a party, don’t you think? Forget the snowed-in days. The record-breaking months of rain are now behind us (knock on wood). It’s time to think of brighter, sunnier days; and there’s no better place to do it… Read More

Connect Battle Ground: Transforming Young Lives through Relationship

Being a teenager is hard. And today’s world is all the more difficult for teens to navigate when they have been affected and disadvantaged by childhood trauma, neglect and abuse. In response to youth suicides and depression specifically in Battle Ground youth in recent years, community leaders looked for solutions by digging deeper into the… Read More

Clark College Child and Family Studies: Helping Families Succeed

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