Tomorrow at 5 pm, the Clark College Foundation will be hosting a virtual event with Clark alum Denis Hayes. Hayes organized the first Earth Day in 1970 and currently serves as CEO of the Bullitt Foundation, a PNW nonprofit focused on building sustainable human ecosystems. (1/3)
Tomorrow, Feb. 23, at 5 p.m., the Clark College Foundation will be hosting a virtual event called “Creating Super Green Cities” featuring Clark alumnus Denis Hayes, ‘64, the organizer of the first Earth Day.
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Archer Galley held a virtual Art Talk and opening reception for artist Yulia Pinkusevich to speak about her latest exhibition “Calm Under the Waves in the Blue of My Oblivion” on Feb. 19.
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Story by Zoe Buhrmaster
Currently, Washington is in its first phases of Gov. Inslee’s vaccination distribution plan. The plan distributes vaccines to Washington’s most high-risk population first.
Read more about the phases below.
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Who is eligible for a vaccine and more questions answered in my recent article for @ClarkIndyNews http://clarkindy.com/2021/02/21/a-look-into-washingtons-covid-19-vaccine-plan-who-is-eligible-and-when/