Reminder – the Ridgefield Neighborhood Junction meeting is tomorrow, Monday, May 16, at the Dollar Tree Conference Room, 8400 South Union Ridge Parkway, Ridgefield, WA from 7 to 8:30pm.
Come and find out what’s happening in the Ridgefield area.
The 4h of July Parade is back! It’s a big day in Ridgefield, with a Fun Run, Festival, Music, Pie Eating Contest, Kids’ Activities and other events. There will be a Laser Light Show in the evening and a beer garden before the laser show. Write the date on your calendar so you don’t miss it.
The American Legion is looking for someone with a convertible who would like to host their 103-year-old veteran, Mr. Mullins, in the parade. Can you help? Call Sandy Schill, email@example.com.
Ridgefield Junction Neighborhood Association
Please join us!
MONDAY, MAY 16, 2022
7:00 p.m.—8:30 p.m.
Dollar Tree Warehouse Conference Room, 8400 South Union Ridge Parkway, Ridgefield, WA
Whether you own or rent your home, or are a business owner in Ridgefield, this meeting will be of interest to you.
Ridgefield Chamber of Commerce
Ridgefield School District
Port of Ridgefield
Clark Regional Wastewater
City of Ridgefield
Election of Directors:
The current Board of Directors are: Steve Benshoof, Jill Karmy, Stuart Egertsen, Phuong Tran, Phil Jordan, Marc Krsul, Lee Wells, Marie Stephenson, Bruce Wiseman and Jim Wilson.
We need to elect two additional Directors for a total of twelve.
Marc Krsul is President of the Ridgefield Junction Neighborhood Association. He may be contacted at 360-887-5384.
WE HOPE TO SEE YOU ON MONDAY, MAY 16th!!
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Meaningful Movies of Ridgefield announces their next movie, Bring Her Home.
Bring Her Home follows three Indigenous women as they work to vindicate and honor their relatives who are victims in the growing epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women.
Join us for a discussion after the film lead by Duana Johnson, lead administrator for MMIWUSA and Karyn Kameroff, Program Coordinator for the Cowlitz Indian Tribe.
The event will be Saturday, June 11, at the Old Liberty Theater in Ridgefield, and the movie starts at 7:00pm. Donations are welcome.