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Let’s go lawn bowling

Bowl outdoors for mental and physical well-being. Keep active – walk, bend, stretch, and roll bowls on, manicured greens. Good fellowship accompanies games. Come and learn about this fascinating game and try it for fun! Be sure to wear flat-soled shoes. Bowls provided at the Club House. Sign-up, call in, or drop by. For an […]

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Mayor’s office offers free tickets

The Mayor’s Office for Senior Citizens supports social and civic engagement for seniors by sponsoring a number of special events each year. In addition, the office receives donations of tickets to theater, sports and other arts and cultural events, which are distributed to callers and visitors for free. Tickets are donated to the Mayor’s Office […]

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Happenings at Clark County Historical Museum

Walking tours CCHM’s walking tour program offers one-hour walks through the Downtown Vancouver area every Friday through August 31, 2013. Both single-tour tickets ($5 and $7) and season passes for seven tours ($30 and $44) are available this year at CCHS member and non-member rates.  Reservations are highly recommended but drop-ins are welcome so long […]

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Sculpture depicts 'importance of balance'

A new sculpture depicting the “importance of balance” in a community with deep roots in agriculture and equal commitment to modern industry and commerce was unveiled in July at the Fife History Museum, located at 2820 54th Avenue next to Dacca Park. Artist Eric Holdener, a resident of Olympia, was selected from call-to-artist submissions. He […]

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Washington native creates NW historical novel

Cultural clashes, however, threatened the safety, security, and fulfillment of the ‘American dream.’ Fascinating, yet little known Pacific Northwest history, as well as dramatic adventure and raw emotion are woven together in Washington native Dr. Gerard LaSalle’s new historical novel based in the Pacific Northwest, Widow Walk. Having lived, loved, and worked in the areas […]