Entries by Ernest Geigenmiller

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CLUE ‘Case of the Missing Snickerdoodles’ Focus of Camas First Friday

Many of you love the game CLUE and now is your chance to play the First Friday version! Join in the “Case of the Missing Snickerdoodles”, Friday, January 3rd from 5-8 pm. Dress in CLUE inspired game suspects attire and get extra tickets to win! First Friday Activities: Find fun clues in participating merchants to solve the “Case […]

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Video: 2019 Year in Review — Stories Lacamas Magazine Covered

In 2019, Lacamas Magazine published more than 1,000 stories, videos, and social media posts, so we put together a Year in Review video report that spotlights about half of them in 1 second images. YOUTUBE VIDEO Here’s the video link: https://youtu.be/dft0G35QeEg From sports to politics, dining and news, our company has worked hard to bring […]

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Vintage Sleigh Gifted to City of Washougal — Part of Annual Holiday Celebration

Washougal, WA — ‘Tis the season for giving and this year that giving extended to two Washougal community partners.  The Camas-Washougal Historical Society recently bestowed a vintage sleigh to City of Washougal to add to its annual holiday celebration.  “We were excited to accept the gift of this beautiful sleigh,” said Molly Coston, Washougal Mayor. […]

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Rick Francisco: Provides Steps to Healthy Co-Parenting During Holiday Season

by Rick Francisco Parenting during the holidays can be tough no matter the situation. From planning dinner to arranging the perfect family picture, meeting your obligations may require a little help. The holidays are also uniquely difficult for families going through divorce, undertaking new child custody matters, and those struggling with past or ongoing domestic violence. The first step in […]

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Cape Horn-Skye Students Create Toys, Blankets for Local Humane Society

Washougal, WA — First grade students at Cape Horn-Skye Elementary learned the joy of giving by creating toys and blankets for dogs and cats residing at the West Columbia Gorge Humane Society (WCGHS).     “This experience was about empathy, caring for those less fortunate, in this case, animals,” said CH-S first grade teacher Darcy Hickey.  […]

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Washougal Band Students Join Regional, State Honor Bands

Each year, many Washougal School District high school and middle school band students apply to be a part of regional and state honor bands. These bands select the top musicians from the region or state, and students spend several days together rehearsing and performing under the baton of conductors from major universities and professional ensembles. […]

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Vixon: A Family-Owned, Premier SW Washington Cabinet Maker

What started in 2000 as a small construction company called Victor and Sons has grown into Vixon Cabinets, one of Southwest Washington’s largest and premiere cabinet makers. Know for high quality cabinets and unique designs in some of the area’s best homes, Vixon continues to make strides in innovation and service. Family patriarch, Victor Chernichenko, […]