Tune in to this interview with Just a Girl in Camas’s sister Heather Kesmodel, as SHE asks Just a Girl in Camas why you should consider donating to her nonprofit for #GivingTuesday. As some of you might know, this Tuesday, November 28th, is national #GivingTuesday. #GivingTuesday is a global giving movement at the beginning of the Christmas and holiday season for nonprofits. Just a Girl in Camas is a nonprofit organization that relies solely on donations. If you love the stories shared with you about community, local businesses, people doing good or just love the concept, please consider making a donation. This Tuesday if you donate via Facebook on the Just a Girl in Camas Facebook page, your donation can be matched! All donations go to support the mission of Just a Girl in Camas. Please consider making a donation. Thank you! #JustaGirlinCamas
As I drive around town I have seen this lovely woman on her bike riding all around in all kinds of weather. I have been inspired watching her ride around town and wanted to get to know who this lovely woman is. Well, she is Connie Pappas, the wonderful librarian at Skyridge Middle School. Tune is as she shares about her love for her bike and why she rides!
Meet this wonderful family that is spreading joy by raising money for superhero capes that go to children with special needs. Find out how you can help and sponsor a cape for each mile of the marathon they are running next weekend. Micah and his family are inspiring and doing good out in this world. Check it out!
Just a Girl in Camas is having a contest to honor a teacher in the Camas School District. Students in grades K-12 can submit a short video, story, poem, picture or whatever creative way they would like to nominate their teacher. Why does your teacher inspire you? How is a teacher making a difference in your life? Let me know and your teacher could be the one honored with a surprise interview by Just a Girl in Camas and special gifts from Camas businesses. Email me at email@example.com Deadline is May 31st. Winner decided by June 6th.
Ever put together some Legos and felt pretty proud of your creation? Well, check out not only what these kids are doing with Legos, but how they are programming robots and having them complete missions! These kids work as a team, have fun and are learning some pretty amazing things. Check out Camas Mechanikids- I’m excited they’re part of our future!