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More Summer events + FREE Healthcare

on July 6, 2011

Please see the link below for more information on this event…

A FREE EVENT – July 23rd, FREE Services

WE WELCOME the uninsured and under-insured members of Vancouver to take part in Compassion Vancouver, we will provide the following

Basic Medical Exams

Basic Dental Cleaning and Emergency Treatment

Basic Chiropractic Exams

Basic Eye Exams

Social Service Fair

Compassion Vancouver

Long Vue, MPH | Health Care Access & Outreach
Clark County Public Health
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Center for Community Health | 1601 E Fourth Plain Blvd
P.O. Box 9825 | Vancouver, WA 98666-8825
Tel: 360-397-8214 | Fax: 360-759-6518

Public Health: Always working for a safer and healthier Clark County


It’s time to fire up the barbecue!

Join us for the Autism Society of Washington picnic:

Sunday, July 10 from noon to 3 pm

You bring a picnic potluck side dish to share.

We’ll provide hamburgers, hot dogs, corn, cold drinks, watermelon, tableware, games and music too.



ASW has reserved the Riverview Shelter at Frenchman’s Bar Park

9612 NW Lower River Road Vancouver, WA 98660

VOLUNTEER! Call us at 360.980.4019. We could use help setting up at 11:00 and cleaning up at 3:00.

FREE PARKING: Bring your parking receipt to us for a $3 reimbursement.

An RSVP is not necessary but for planning purposes we’d love to know how many to expect.

E-mail or call us at 360.980.4019.

Questions? Need Directions? Go to our web site .



The management of the annual Clark County Fair is making special plans to help families with developmentally disabled children enjoy the summer’s best party – the fair! Butler Amusement, the carnival operator, has agreed to participate.

On Tuesday August 9 the Clark County fair will open as usual at 10:00. The rides will begin operating as usual at noon. BUT during the noon hour, on Tuesday only, half a dozen rides will operate in a sensory friendly mode. Speed, noise, and lights will be reduced.

This is a big deal! Planning for the annual fair starts the day after each year’s fair closes. Our request for these special accommodations was last minute – but it’s going to happen!

We are preparing a survey to gauge the level of interest from developmentally disabled families to support a request for more special features at the fair next year. When asked, please reply!


Online advanced ticket purchases offer significant savings on admission (save $2), rides, and parking. The tickets are good any day of the fair (August 5 – 14).

For example, carnival rides cost $3 to $5 per person. Instead of buying $1 coupons, we urge you to consider the likely savings of online advanced ticket purchases. An unlimited ride wristband costs $25 – $30 but with an online advanced purchase is only $22.

Go to to buy fair tickets online. (You can of course buy tickets at the gate.)

Then on Tuesday August 9 from 12:00 – 1:00 look for signs identifying the sensory friendly rides.

Go to their website for more information about the fair and to purchase advance tickets.

For more information contact bridgetschwarz@yahoo.comor leave a message at 360.980.4019.


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