You could have a chance to win Tree #4 “Memories Are Made of This.”
Many thanks to Diane McWithey for her twenty-five years of feeding and housing the homeless as Executive Director of Share Vancouver.[youtube http://youtu.be/mDJparj05ao]
A video about the Legacy Foundation Salmon Creek Cares Luncheon supporting the Child Abuse Assessment Team featuring David Pelzer, author of “A Child Called It.” Friday, September 5, 2014 at 11:30 AM at the Vancouver Hilton in Vancouver, Washington.
Bill “Jake Blues” Roller and Jim “Elwood Blues” West make their way to the Vancouver Hilton with the help of Sheriff Sergeant Shane Gardner for Glamorous Gams2. When they get there they rock the house with the help of Shannon Roberts and the Blues Kids.
Bill “Jake Blues” Roller and Jim “Elwood Blues” West make their way to the Vancouver Hilton with the help of Sheriff Sergeant Shane Gardner for Glamorous Gams2.
The Blues Brothers Jewelry Collection. See Bill Roller or Jim West for raffle tickets. A $25 raffle ticket could win you $2500 in jewelry by Diana Acuesta Designs.
You’ll never guess what for. Will Jake make it to Glamorous Gams2 in time?
Jim West and Bill Roller are the Blues Brothers at Glamorous Gams2, May 31, 2014 at the Vancouver Hilton. Please give generously to a great cause.
Jim West and Bill Roller are the Blues Brothers at Glamorous Gams2, May 31, 2014 at the Vancouver Hilton. Not everyone can do fundraising for the Children’s Center, so they had to be interviewed.
A presentation by Greg Jellison and Dean Sutherland to the Vancouver Rotary Club on “Cycling for Scholars” March 6, 2013.
Mayor Tim Leavitt and the beautiful Tonya Rulli make quick transitions for their intro at Glamorous Gams. Thanks to both for participating.
This was a lot of fun to shoot. Vancouver Battalion Fire Chief Lee Hazleton was a contestant in Glamorous Gams as Elvis. I actually had to tell the fire engine to go around a second time because two women pushing a baby carriage walked through my first take. I stayed polite!
Many thanks to everyone who sent in a letter of support for Pat Jollota’s nomination as 2012 First Citizen. The selection committee at the Community Foundation for Southwest Washington saw things the same way we did and selected her as Clark County’s First Citizen for 2012! Here is a link to the press release: Patricia ‘Pat’ Jollota named Clark County’s First Citizen for 2012See you all at the award presentation on October 11, 2012 from 4:00 to 6:00 pm at the Vancouver Hilton. Here is a link to the event: 2012 First Citizen Award Presentation
Pat’s career, many honors, and contributions to our community are well known, but here are just a few highlights:
- Clark County Historical Museum, Curator, 1982—2000 and Curator of Education, 2000—2003.
- Vancouver City Council Member, 1990—2010.
- Children’s Justice Center Board Member, 1990—2010.
- Justice for Children Founder and Board President, 2010—Present.
- Author of books on local history including Naming Clark County 1993, The Darkness Next Door 2002, Naming Clark County Revised Edition 2002, Downtown Vancouver Washington 2004, Camas 2007, Legendary Locals of Vancouver 2011.
- Leadership on many community boards, committees, and citizen’s groups that have positively shaped our community and increased the well being of our citizenry.
We shot a segment for Rotarians on the Internet for 6/13/2012 called Rotarians on the Road. It shows how hard Rotarians really work. Many thanks to Scott Anders and Jamie Howsley of Jordan Ramis. Contact information for Scott Anders can be found here: http://jordanramis.com/professionals/attorneys/anderss.html. Contact information for Jamie Howsley can be found here: http://jordanramis.com/professionals/attorneys/howsleyj.html