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Clark County Skills Center Tour set for April 29
Join Clark County Skills Center Director Kari Duffy, staff and students for a VIP Tour of the technical programs on Wednesday, April 29, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.. The Tour includes an overview and walking tour of the campus with stops at a variety of the Center's technical programs (including the newly opened Aviation and Homeland Security programs and the new Cosmetology teaching salon), and lunch prepared and served by the Culinary Arts students. The cost is $5.00.
Call Jan Strickland to make reservations at 369-604-1050 x2151 or at firstname.lastname@example.org
. SPONSORED BY the COLUMBIA RIVER ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT COUNCIL (CREDC).
The Clark County Skills Center (12200 NE 28th Street, Vancouver 98682) is a cooperative technical educational school operated by nine school districts, and Educational Service District 112 in southwest Washington. It serves over 1,000 students enrolled in programs of study in Applied Medical Sciences, Automotive Technology, Aviation Technology, Construction Technology, Cosmetology, Criminal Justice, Dental Assisting, Diesel Technology, Fashion Merchandising and Management, Fire Science, Homeland Security, Information Technology Systems, Service, & Support, Legal/Medical Office Applications, Pre-Engineering Technology, and Restaurant Management
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Unified Sports Kicks Off High School Soccer Play April 18 at McKenzie Stadium - 04/13/15
The newly formed Unified Sports District 4 (Clark and Cowlitz County school districts) begins league soccer games with a kick-off ceremony and games on Saturday, April 18 at Evergreen Public Schools' McKenzie Stadium. Teams representing Battle Ground, Camas, Evergreen, Kelso, Vancouver and Washougal high schools will participate in an opening ceremony at 8:45 a.m. and then start play.
The high school teams consistent of male and female players, ages 14-21, with intellectual disabilities. The sport of soccer is new to the Unified Sports league in southwest Washington, but follows the model of the existing high school basketball league with support from Special Olympics Washington.
The opening ceremonies will feature students reciting the Athlete Oath before beginning play. Games will be 20 minutes each (with a running clock), played on a modified field size (three game fields will be set up on the McKenzie Stadium field). The games will be played in a round-robin format with the final set of games concluding at 12:00 p.m.
Evergreen Public Schools to host "Our Community Salutes" annual event April 16
The Community Military Appreciation Committee (CMAC) would like to invite members of the press and the public to the fourth annual Our Community Salutes ceremony, recognizing high school seniors throughout the Vancouver/Clark County area who plan to enlist in the armed services after graduation.
OUR COMMUNITY SALUTES
When: Thursday, April 16, 2015
6:30 p.m. doors open; 7:00 p.m. ceremony begins
Where: Heritage High School Auditorium
7825 NE 130th Avenue
Vancouver, WA 98682
The event is truly an all-community effort, with a vocal performance by Vancouver Police Officer Rey Reynolds and color guard presentation by Veterans of Foreign Wars. We are also honored to welcome guest speakers John Deeder, Evergreen Public Schools superintendent; Tim Leavitt, Vancouver mayor; and Schuyler Hoss, SW Regional Representative to Governor Jay Inslee. An ice cream and cake social, provided by Costco, follows the ceremony. The evening is being underwritten by MacKay and Sposito Inc., an energy, public works and land development consultant company with an office in Vancouver, WA.
There will be an opportunity to interview committee members, military representatives, guest speakers, and students and their families before and after the ceremony.
CMAC is all-inclusive committee composed of members representing youth, education, civic, military, veterans groups and local governments. Its objective is to preserve and promote military history; recognize veterans and military families for their contributions to our nation; assist and support veterans, deployed military and their families; recognize community and national events and make recommendations or take action on any other subject, pertaining to the well-being of veterans and military families.
For more information about CMAC or this event, please contact co-chair Dan Tarbell (360-521-0540 or email@example.com
) or co-chair Retired Army Colonel Larry Smith (360-896-8656 or firstname.lastname@example.org