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Ginny Frosh of Washougal honored for volunteer work at Parkersville historic site

The Columbian
Published: April 6, 2024, 5:35am

WASHOUGAL – An advisory committee to the Port of Camas-Washougal recently recognized Virginia Rae “Ginny” Frosh for her many years of service and significant contributions to the Parkersville National and State Historic and Archeological Site.

Since 2012, Frosh has served on the Parkersville Advisory Committee and on the Parkersville Heritage Foundation. Frosh served on the Parkersville Heritage Foundation subcommittee for the park’s Clark County Heritage Site registration, which was obtained in 2019. On Sept. 20, 2012, Frosh helped to unveil one of the three interpretive panels at Parker’s Landing Historical Park.

Frosh donated a large graphite slab bench that was placed in the garden opposite the park’s water feature. In 2022, in honor of her 80th birthday, members of the Parkersville Advisory Committee and Parkersville Heritage Foundation surprised her by having “Ginny’s Bench” engraved on its surface.

At the third annual Parkersville Day on June 1, Frosh will once again staff the Parkersville National Historic Site Advisory Committee table to collect family game tickets in exchange for a candy or sticker prize.