I journeyed north to Seattle in January to meet with Denis Hayes, the coordinator of the first Earth Day. He is now President of the Bullitt Foundation. Denis grew up in Camas, WA and I wanted to talk to Denis about his experience coordinating that first Earth Day back in 1970. How did it happen? What did he learn? How did this opportunity present itself? Listen in as Denis shares his story and how you need to grab the brass ring, when the ring is there. I hope this interview inspires you to take chances, look outside the box and think of what YOU can do to make a difference somewhere in the world. This is part 1 of a 6 part series.
Special thanks to Double Pixel Studios for their amazing video and edit work.
I had the wonderful opportunity to talk with Donna Hargrave, school administrator at the Camas Montessori School. We talked about the Montessori philosophy. Do you know what sensorial education is? There are so many AMAZING ways for little ones to learn at this school! A great option in our community…they are truly teaching a wonderful education, but they are also instilling and teaching beautiful skills for life. Camas Montessori-check it out!
Located right in our sweet downtown Camas is the historic Camas Hotel. I had such a wonderful time sitting down with Terri Sauer, owner of the Camas Hotel, and learning about what they have to offer while seeing the lovely rooms. A fabulous option for a night away or for the in-laws when they come into town. Maybe you are passing thru headed to the Gorge or maybe you want a hotel that is nestled in a great town with cozy coffee shops, art galleries to explore and so much more. I’m certain that the Camas Hotel will be an option you won’t regret. Check it out and book your room today. LIKE and SHARE this interview to win a FREE night at the Camas Hotel. Your settings must be set to public so we can track your share. Thank you!
PLASTIC! Get rid of it! Use less! Listen in as I talk with Geri Rubano, local Camas passionate recycler, about how we can recycle plastic, stop using plastic and just overall good recycling habits! There are so many ways we can all make a difference that can add up to so much good for our beautiful Earth. Check it out!
4 times a year, donating $100. 100 women gathering together. $10,000 raised in one hour for a local non profit to help benefit OUR community. This is amazing. Tune in to this interview and learn how you can be a part of this awesome philanthropic group! The first meeting will be February 7th at Salud! in Camas, Washington @5:00pm Let’s come together and make a huge impact!
What fun I had sitting down with Nick Calais and Tami Weidert who will be getting married on February 2nd at 2:00 at the Liberty Theatre and have invited the WHOLE community! Hear about how they met, how they are planning this awesome day and how you can be a part of it! Offer Nick and Tami wedding advice in the comments section. The best advice will win a special prize! Like and share the interview!
Hey kids! I was able to get a few minutes with Santa and Mrs. Claus to chat with them about how things are going preparing for Christmas this year! Tune in to hear about the reindeer, a machine that broke down at the North Pole, what Santa and Mrs. Claus do after such a busy time and oh! if I am on the naughty or nice list! Hee Haw and Merry Christmas!
Had a great time chatting with Tim Fellows who has spent the last 5 years as a School Resource Officer for the Camas School District. He sees first hand how wonderful our students and staff are in our district, and also where we need to be involved and aware to help our students that are struggling. Please tune in and hear about Tim’s time with the schools and his advice for us as parents. Please like and share the good news to our community! xo
What fun I had meeting up with local artist Anna Norris, who is one of the artists that has been adding some artistic whimsy to our downtown Camas area. Hear about her background, her love of art and what she has added to our walls in downtown Camas that you can go check out. Love this local artist!
Sheryl and her husband lost their son in August of 2016 to suicide. While processing through their grief, they started a movement called Our City Cares. You may have noticed the signs of hope posted around our community. Don’t Give Up. You Are Not Alone. Your Life Matters. Your Mistakes Don’t Define You. There is Hope. Comparison is the thief of Joy. There are also handouts with crisis hotline information and support locations at the schools for students in need. Please listen to Sheryl’s story and think how YOU can be an ambassador of hope in our community for someone struggling. We are all connected. Thank you.