Load the family in the car and make sure everyone's buckled up for a quick drive to the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds, where you and your family can enjoy the annual Clark Public Utilities Home and Garden Idea Fair. Held Friday through Sunday, April 24-26, the show is free and venue parking is $6.
Twenty Clark County schools have earned Washington Achievement Awards for 2014. The 401 recipients across the state are the highest performing schools based on three years of academic information as reported in the Washington Achievement Index.
The community will salute more than 90 Clark County high school seniors headed for military service at 7 p.m. April 16 at Heritage High School, 7825 N.E. 130th Ave. Seating is limited to the auditorium at the free, public event. Doors open at 6:30 p.m.
Brandon Hollis, pastor at Mountain View Christian Center in Ridgefield, drives a quad Wednesday off a jump and onto a piñata built to resemble an Easter egg. The stunt was part of an Easter egg hunt at the church, which allowed children to search for 10,000 plastic eggs filled with prizes. The piñata, which was built by Ron Balkowitsch out of plywood, newspaper and colored paper, was filled with candy. Hollis documented the quad ride with a helmet camera.