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Monthly Archives: November 2010

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Day 287: Walk and Knock of Clark County

Day 287 of 365… THIS Saturday, December 4th, 2010 is the 25th Annual Walk and Knock of Clark County. This is a wonderful opportunity for us as a community to come together and do our part to help those in need this season. Their are

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Day 286: Shahala Holiday Shopping Showcase

Day 286 of 365… This Wednesday, December 1st (did I really just type December?) is a great Artisan shopping opportunity with the added bonus of helping out the Shahala Middle School PTO. Their Annual Holiday Shopping Showcase takes place from 5pm to 9pm at The

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Day 284: K’Syrah Catering, Wine and Bistro

Day 284 of 365… Downtown Camas, WA has some of the cutest shops. So quaint, charming and always warm and friendly. Today I stopped in at K’Syrah Catering, Wine & Bistro and it meets all the above mentioned criteria. K’Syrah is a wonderful wine store

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Day 282: Happy Thanksgiving Vancouver!

Day 282 of 365… I’d love to wish everyone a most special Thanksgiving! Whether you stay home or go to family or friends houses I hope that you really enjoy this day. Eat lots, love lots and give someone a big hug! Please take a

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Day 281: ReGifting Store

Day 281 of 365… As we gear up for the Christmas season I thought highlighting our local ReGifting Store would be a great thing. This store provides such a wonderful gift to our community they need to have more people know about them. Tucked away

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Day 280: N.Y.C. Pizzeria

Day 280 of 365… I am so excited! One of the things I love about visiting New York City is all the New York Style “pizza by the slice” places you find as you wander around town. That is something I wish we had around

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Day 279: Fudge Fix in Downtown Vancouver

Day 279 of 365… Caramel Corn, Kettle Corn, Cheese Corn, Caramel Apples, Fudge, Fudge and more fudge… All locally hand made right here in downtown Vancouver. That’s what you’ll find at Fudge Fix on Washington. Tonight I had the fortune to meet with local owners