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Summer Updates from the Ridgefield Family Resource Center


Summer Hours

Just a reminder that the Ridgefield Family Resource Center is open during the following hours during the summer:

Mondays:  1:00 pm – 6:00 pm

Wednesdays:  11:00 am – 4:00 pm

Thursdays:  1:00 pm – 6:30 pm

If you have any questions or want to schedule an appointment outside of the RFRC’s open hours, please contact Chris Poppert at 360-619-1412 or via email at

Help from the Food Pantry

We understand that having students at home in the summer puts a strain on the family food budget.   Did you know that we provide brown bag lunches on Wednesdays at 11:00 am?  Come visit our food pantry.  Grab a lunch and check out all the other resources we have to offer.

Back2School Bash Coming Up

Mark your calendar for the Back2School Bash:  Saturday, August 24th (9:00 am to noon) at the Ridgefield Church of the Nazarene.  This is a FREE event offering free school supplies, backpacks, haircuts, clothing for the family, snacks and a fun kid zone.  The Family Resource Center is currently accepting donations of school supplies as well.


Main Street Program

Please come to the Ridgefield Main Street Program this Thursday, July 18, 8:30-9:30 a.m. at Sportsman’s Public House, 121 N Main Ave., for our monthly Community Meeting.

Our guest speaker is F. Dean Maldonado (FDM), principal developer on the Rosauer’s project, and also the developer for the new construction project on Mill at Main. He will be sharing information on the Mill St. plans (which includes new facilities for the Police Dept.), as well as updating on what’s happening at the Rosauer’s site.

As always, complimentary coffee and tea will be served, and breakfast service is available.

Thought for the Week

Rules to live by – continued

Eleven: Don’t judge people without confirming suspicions and certainly not by their relatives.

Twelve: Talk slowly and clearly, but think quickly.

Thirteen: When someone asks you a question you don’t want to answer, smile and ask, “Why would you want to know that and how is that for you?”

Fourteen: Remember that great love and great achievements involve great risk.

Fifteen: Say ‘Bless you’ when you hear someone sneeze, or whenever they need your blessings, because we all need a good word and a smile.

To be continued…

Tuesdays in the Park

Tuesdays in the Park start this Tuesday, July 16, with a Family Game Night in Davis Park from 5 to 7pm. Bring down the whole family for an evening playing board and lawn games, enjoy an ice cream sundae bar and a classic water balloon toss. It’s fun for all!

Register Soon for 2019-20 School Bus Transportation

Thank you to all the families who have already registered their students for school bus transportation for the coming school year!

Students who plan to use school bus transportation in 2019-20 must register on the KWRL Transportation Portal.  This is required even for students who have been riding the bus in previous years.  Registration will:

  • validate home addresses;
  • allow parents to provide alternative pick-up or drop-off locations; and
  • ensure that students acknowledge and adhere to KWRL school bus rules

To register, please visit the KWRL Transportation Portal at  Parents can sign in using their Skyward username and password.  Parents who do not remember this information can try resetting the password with the “forgot password” link.  For further assistance, call the District Office at 360-619-1309.

Alternatively, parents can also log in using their Google or Facebook Account but only if the email address they log in with is already entered in the Skyward system.

To assist families having challenges with registering on the portal, the Ridgefield School District will be hosting a registration event on Monday, July 15, 4-7 pm at the Ridgefield Administrative & Civic Center (RACC), 510 Pioneer Street in downtown Ridgefield.  District computers will be available, and office staff from KWRL and the District Office will be on hand to assist in completing registrations and answering questions.

Note:  Parents or guardians of incoming kindergarten students and students new to the district who have already enrolled with the district but do not yet have their Skyward credentials are encouraged to attend this event to get their student(s) registered for school bus transportation.

School bus registration does not guarantee transportation.  All registrations will be reviewed and are subject to district approval.

New bus routes will be released to the KWRL website at approximately two weeks prior to the start of the 2019-20 school year.  If you have any questions regarding the school bus registration process, please email the KWRL Transportation office at

Chamber at Raptors

Following the July 16 Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce R-BIZ Networking event at Vancouver Clinic (4-6p), join the group for a fun Chamber Night at the Ridgefield Raptors, 6:35-9 pm.

Discount tickets are $8, if purchased online by July 14 at 11:59 pm. $12 at the gate. Purchase tickets here:

There will be a raffle prize, food, beverages & fun!

All raffle funds, $5 a ticket, support the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce Business Student Scholarship for a Ridgefield High School senior entering a business-related field of study.

Invest in a New Library

Here’s the latest on what’s happening with the design of our new library. The Friends of the Ridgefield Library met with Executive Director Amelia Shelley yesterday morning, and found we are about $1m short of enough money to remodel the existing building(s), and $2m short if we decide to expand out to the alley.

There will be a public meeting with the architects on Tuesday, August 13, 6:30pm, at the Community Room of the library. Conceptual drawings will be presented, which means the FVRL Foundation can start calling on major businesses for donations of major amounts of money.

Please plan to attend this meeting – this is the time when you can give ideas on what you’d like the library to become.

Sean has layouts of the existing building – contact him if you’d like a try at designing the new building.

Join the Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce for a special R-Biz Networking event at Vancouver Clinic’s brand new Ridgefield location at 5515 Pioneer Street on July 16, 4-6pm. This is an exclusive opportunity for local business leaders to tour the facility, network with others and enjoy refreshments, apart from the public Open House.

Vancouver Clinic is one of Clark County’s largest private-sector employers and is heavily invested making our region a better, healthier place to live. The new clinic offers primary care, including pediatrics, and urgent care. Nearby Vancouver Clinic locations in Salmon Creek and Battle Ground will continue to meet the specialty care needs of residents in North Clark County. You can make appointments now, with patient care at this location starting August 5.

Dorothy Dwyer Celebration of Life

A Memorial and Celebration of Life for Dorothy Dwyer will be held at 1pm, Tuesday, July 16, at the Historic Covington House, 4217 Main Street in Vancouver

Youth Football and Cheer

Ridgefield, La Center and Woodland families – youth football and cheer season is about to start! The Centerridge Hawks football and cheer teams are open to kids ages 5-14. It’s a full season from August – October where we teach sportsmanship, friendship and a good work ethic. We’d love to see your family there! We will be hosting a live signup and sizing event July 20th at Davis Park in downtown Ridgefield.

Any questions please contact us at

Angie Gaub Named Principal at Union Ridge Elementary School

The Ridgefield School District Board of Directors approved the appointment of Angie Gaub as Principal of Union Ridge Elementary School during their regular board meeting on Tuesday, June 25, 2019.

Gaub has been an educator at Vancouver Public Schools (VPS) for 19 years.  She comes to Ridgefield from McLoughlin Middle School where she served three years as Assistant Principal.  In addition to serving as PBIS Coach for a year at Jason Lee Middle School, Gaub has 15 years’ experience teaching Grades 1-6 at Harney, Roosevelt and Eisenhower elementary schools.

Angie Gaub

“I’m excited to join the Union Ridge family,” said Gaub.  “I am passionate about education and believe if we work collaboratively focusing on the right work, we will make a positive difference in the lives of our students.”

Gaub holds a BA and Masters degree in Education from Washington State University and earned her Educational Leadership credentials from City University.

“Angie’s rich background in instructional practices, combined with her many years of elementary teaching experience are tremendous assets that will serve Union Ridge and our community well,” said Dr. Nathan McCann, the district’s superintendent.

Gaub and her husband, Jeremy, have three children and reside in Vancouver.  Their daughter, Miya, just graduated from Washington State University with a degree in teaching.  Their son, Mason, a full-time Running Start student, will be a senior at Hudson’s Bay High School, and their youngest son, Miles, will be a freshman at Columbia River High School in the International Baccalaureate program.

In their leisure time, Gaub and her family enjoy spending time with their goddaughter, Graci, and their silly pup, Luna.  “We often find new adventures and places to explore that we have never been,” said Gaub.  “Going to the movies, concerts and checking items off our bucket list are regular pastimes for our family.”

Ticket to ‘Wicked’

A member of our community has a ticket to ‘Wicked’ doe this Sunday, July 16, that she cannot use due to an emergency in her family. She has offered to sell it to the highest bidder and donate the money to Friends of the Library for their building fund.

The play is at Keller Auditorium in Portland, starting at 1:00 and the seat is an excellent one – in the Orchestra, main, row PB #8. Face value of the ticket is $149.

Call Barbara at 916-207-5043 if you’re interested.

USDA Offers Free Meal Program for Children and Teens Throughout the Summer

The U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Service is committed to helping families nationwide keep their children fed while school is out for the summer.  Their Summer Food Program provides nutritious free meals for children and teens 18 and younger.

Summer meal sites are located at places such as schools, parks and community centers.  Not only do they assist communities with nutritious meals, they also provide educational activities, organized games and other supervised activities.

Click here to find sites near you:

You can also call 1-866-348-6479 or text Summer Meals to 97779.


Thought for the Week

More Rules for Life

Number Six: Be engaged at least six months before you marry. Know yourself and especially in relationship to your loved one.

Number Seven: Believe in love at first sight, just don’t act on it until it has time to ripen into all you expect and need.

Number Eight: Never laugh at anyone’s dream. People who don’t have dreams don’t have nearly enough. Encourage them.

Number Nine: Love deeply and passionately. You might get hurt but it’s the only way to live life completely and satisfyingly.

Number Ten: In disagreements, fight fairly. No name calling, belittling or adding unrelated irritations.

To be continued…

Hearing for Mini Mart/Gas Station at Hillhurst and Sevier

There has been talk for the last few years that the commercial 2.5 acres on the corner of Hillhurst and Sevier was to be a low profile mix of retail businesses and offices. It was to blend with the heavy residential character of the neighborhood and be a particular attraction to pedestrians. That hasn’t happened. A notice for a pre-application conference was made public for use of that property for a gas station and mini market. The hearing is Tuesday July 9 at 1p at RACC, Enterprise Room. It is open to the public. This is a meeting you will want to attend if possible. If not, see information at bottom of post to send in your comments.

How can a gas station/mini market improve that neighborhood? Ridgefield has done a wonderful job of encouraging trail systems and pedestrian friendly sidewalks in all new developments—gas stations attract cars. All Ridgefield street lighting is “dark sky”— “low” lighting is not typical of gas stations, plus having a mini mart in a residential neighborhood is not consistent of what we need in Ridgefield.

Students walk by to and from school daily, and a public park is nearby—additional cars pulling in/out of a gas station and typical clients of quick stop mini-markets pose a hazard.

On the bottom of the Pre-Application Conference it says: “If you are unable to attend, please mail or e-mail written comments prior to the meeting date. Your comments and participation are welcomed and appreciated”. The notice lists Claire Lust, Associate Planner, e-mail: (It also says the file information is available for review at the community development dept. at 510-B Pioneer St.)