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May 24, 2022

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Donations to help Rocksolid Community Teen Center buy new vans

The Columbian

BRUSH PRAIRIE — Rocksolid Community Teen Center received donations to purchase two new Ford Transit vans for their transportation program: $25,000 from an anonymous donor, $50,000 from The Firstenburg Foundation, donations from its 2021 Summer Concert Fundraiser and $11,300 from 100 Men Clark County. Rocksolid provides transportation from middle and high schools in the Battle Ground and Hockinson districts to its program in Brush Prairie, as well as to outings, field trips, community service projects, and summer camps.

“We are excited to celebrate 20 years of making an impact on youth in our community, by purchasing two new vans for Rocksolid. Generating these funds was an amazing goal set for our program and we did it. Our community coming together like this is incredible. Rocksolid wants to be able to reach as many youth as possible, for another 20 years,” said Marcy Sprecher, executive director.

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