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Tuesday, July 17, 2018
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... to be the area's business advocate and the primary organization marketing Camas, Washougal and East Clark County.

The Chamber represents a variety of businesses, organizations and individuals that work together to further economic growth in the area.

The Chamber works to maintain a healthy, livable community through positive business leadership, participation, collaboration and accountability.
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First, I’d like to thank our Annual Award Banquet sponsor: Riverview Community Bank. Their sponsorship over the years, has allowed us to recognize so many deserving people, businesses and teachers in the Camas & Washougal area. This program showcases East Clark County and Riverview Community Bank has been a great partner.  Thank you! 

The Annual Award Banquet of 2018 showcased Camas and Washougal’s “Best.” At the event we awarded the Camas-Washougal Chamber Scholarship of $1,000 to Isaac Dizon of Camas High School and Katherine Boon  of Washougal High School.

We honored Camas Educator of the Year: Doug Huegli, and the Washougal Teacher of the year: Darcy Hickey.

We also had the pleasure of recognizing Business Person of the Year to Dawn Stanchfield of Lily Atelier as well as Robert Barber with St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church was recognized as our Citizen of the Year.

Thank you to all those who attended!

 


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Here are a few guiding excerpts from Miki Agrawal’s book Do Cool Sh*t that will help keep your Tribe growing and thriving.

Express happiness when you see your people.

There is no need to be too cool. When you see your friends and family, feel free to emphatically wag your tail. It will always be well received. Show your excitement. You will never regret showing too much love and they will love receiving it.

Let everyone share stories and participate.

At the end of the day, everyone wants to be heard. Allow everyone to feel that way. We host storytelling nights because it brings our community together and because makes the love and support get deeper and stronger. It also gives everyone a chance to tell stories.

Forget the small talk.

Why do it? It’s boring. Dig in. Find out what your family and friends are excited about. Or talk about love and relationships or some other personal topic. That’s always fun and it gets the conversation moving to a better place.

Give credit as often as you can.

Just as people want to be heard, people want to be recognized. Recognize your peers when they do cool sh*t. They will want to keep doing it.

Instill confidence.

As soon as people feel confident, their authentic selves shine through and that’s when real, genuine bonding happens. As soon as you’re just you, without any front or pretense, it will give permission for everyone around you to be exactly who they are. This will help foster an environment for everyone to just be himself or herself.

Connect people!

Always be thinking about who you know who could help your community. Make connections where both parties stand to benefit and you will be associated with any good that comes from the relationship in perpetuity.

Don’t expect to get anything from it. Just know that you are spreading goodwill for your tribe, and again, the universe is always watching.

 

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