Our community is so lucky to have the wonderful Rushing Water Yoga studio in downtown Camas. Paul Cheek, owner and instructor, just celebrated 15 years of being in this beautiful space. Tune into this interview as Paul explains how yoga not only benefits our bodies, but also our minds.
Great conversation with Josy Wright from Waste Connections about recycling! Recycling the RIGHT way and the RIGHT stuff! The biggest problem right now is what Josy calls “wishful recyclers.” Putting things in that big blue bin that shouldn’t go there. It messes up the system, inhibits our recycling process and really causes so many problems. Please tune into this interview and see if there are any tips and tricks that can help how you recycle at home or at your business. Also, did you know Waste Connections has an app? They do! You can look up all kinds of things and make sure you are recycling items right. How awesome! Thank you for tuning in and supporting Just a Girl in Camas. Let’s spread the word about recycling and share this video.
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!
I’m wrapping up my interviews for the Mental Health Awareness month of May. I had the wonderful opportunity of touring the Children’s Center and learning about what a great resource that offers specialized outpatient mental health counseling and psychiatric services for children and adolescents. They also offer services for the uninsured and underinsured. Hear about a great fundraiser luncheon with author Patrick Kennedy as the special keynote speaker on June 17th at the Heathman Lodge in Vancouver, WA. I hope one of my interviews this month has helped educate, break the stigma and start the dialogue about mental health. You are not alone. There are resources and help for you. Let’s be a community that cares and supports all.