Camas, WA – The Camas-Washougal Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Riverview Community Bank, names Taylor Greenberg of Washougal High School and Joey Stanley of Camas High School as this year’s recipients of the Camas/Washougal Chamber College Scholarships. They were selected for their dedication to academics, extra curricular activities, sports, volunteerism, and community involvement.
On Wednesday, June 2nd the scholarship recipients will be honored along with the Businessperson of the Year: Marquita Call, Camas Gallery; and the Citizen of the Year: Doug Quinn at the Annual Award Banquet at Camas Meadows Golf Club. Teachers of the Year from Camas and Washougal will also be honored at the banquet. Social hour begins at 5:30, with dinner being served at 6:30 pm.
TAYLOR GREENBERG– WASHOUGAL HIGH SCHOOL
Greenberg is graduating from Washougal High School and plans on attending Whitworth University pursuing a major in Elementary Education and ultimately obtaining a Master’s degree in Education Administration. Greenberg’s positive experience at Camas Schools and Washougal Schools helped her develop a sense of community and love for education. She recognizes the importance of dedicated teachers and the true impacts that they have on their students’ lives. Her goal in life is to make a difference and change the world. She wants to teach kids in the Camas-Washougal community how to thrive both educationally and in life. She enjoys golf, basketball and dance.
JOEY STANLEY – CAMAS HIGH SCHOOL
Joey is graduating from Camas High School and plans on attending John Hopkins University pursuing a degree in Environmental Engineering. Stanley is a self-starting, diligent, creative problem-solver who is courteous and trustworthy. He is logical, mathematical, and physically capable. He values promptness, collaboration and is steady under pressure. Stanley serves at the Camas High School ASB government treasurer. He received the WoHoLo Award the highest award earned in Campfire USA (similar to the Eagle Scout award). His Science Olympiad team placed first in regionals in 2018, 2019, 2020 and first in state 2018; second in state 2019. Stanley plays the flute, piano, and is an active fly fisherman involved with Clark Skamania Flyfishers Club.