By The Columbian
March 26, 2014 5:59 a.m.
Fairgrounds — The 2014 Clark County Fair Court coronation that took place at the Fairgrounds last month also raised more than $5,000 for Innovative Services NW, a nonprofit agency that serves people with a variety of disabilities and disadvantages. Innovative serves approximately 1,100 people of all ages each week, and has the largest pediatric therapy clinic in Clark County. The Fair Court — that's Katelyn Socolofsky, Danielle Pongratz and Mikayla Kytola — will act as ambassadors to the fair at various events in the run-up to the event in August. Their coronation evening, Feb. 1, included music, food and games.