Exciting News!

Villages Clark County recently received $10,000 from 100+Women Clark County.

The donation will help seniors stay living in their homes as long as they can and as safely and affordably as possible.  How will they do this?  By training and background checking neighborhood volunteers to do the kinds of things that an adult child would do: errands, chores, light housekeeping, cooking, rides to doctors appointments, light yard work, companionship and more.

Thank you very much for this generous donation! For more information on 100+Women Clark County go to www.100womenclarkcounty.com.

For more information on how you can help, contact Helen Elder, Chairperson, Villages Clark County, 360-989-0531, helenelder1@gmail.com.

Villages Model-Is Aging in Place Right for You?

May 11th-Three Creeks Library

Want to learn about a different way to live comfortably in your older years?

Come to learn about the ‘up and coming’ philosophy of living well in your own place for as long as possible. Villages Clark County is a non-profit, membership organization that seeks to involve you in Neighbors Helping Neighbors Stay Neighbors.

Learn about how you can be a part of our growing community of members and volunteers in this brief one hour presentation.


Washougal Walk & Shop

APRIL 27, 2018
Meetup at the parking lot at the Pendleton Woolen Mills in Washougal,  Walk the trail that goes along the dike with wonderful views of the river and mountains.  Can walk 1, 2 or 3 miles, thru the Capt. William Clark Park.  After the walk along the trail, spend a little time at the Mills, browsing, shopping, the stroll up to Main St, and have lunch at Alex Smokehouse.