Clark County Veterans Assistance Center
3rd Annual Black and White Gala: An Elegant Affair
CCVAC will hold its 3rd Annual Black and White Gala: An Elegant Affair on May 15, 2015. The evening will include live entertainment, live auction, and fine cuisine. Cocktails begin at 5;30 p.m. The event will be held at the beautiful Heathman Lodge. Tickets are $60 per person, $110 per couple, or special CCVAC President’s Value pricing- $500 for a table (seats 10). Cocktail attire is optional.
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Proceeds from the event benefit Clark County Veterans and their families during their time of need.
Live entertainment. Live auction. Fine cuisine.
Exciting Live and Silent Auction packages are developing!
Fishing trip, white water rafting, baskets, and this-
Morning Star Balloon Company and Red Lion Package
For the adventurous spirit: package includes an amazing hot air balloon flight for two, a colorful certificate, and First-time rider ceremony with Champagne or Sparkling Cider. If that’s not enough, it also includes gift certificates to the Old Mill Café and a two-nights stay in a Premium Water-View Guestroom at the Red Lion in Port Angeles. Donated by Morning Start Hot Air Balloon Co. and Red Lion Inn.
2014 VOLUNTEER OF THE YEAR
Judy Russel received the Clark County Veterans Assistance Center (CCVAC) 2014 Volunteer of the Year award. According to CCVAC President, Joe Fettig, Judy was highly instrumental in securing the Clark County County Veterans Assistance and Resource Program (“The Fund”) at the center. The fund was previously administered by the Clark County Human Services Council at the Community Health Building on Fourth Plain. Thanks to the diligent efforts of many volunteers, CCVAC began administrating the fund in July 2014. Judy’s contribution to bringing The Fund “in-house” stands out due to her untiring efforts of wrestling paperwork and chasing information. Judy currently serves as staff for The Fund in the role of Fund Administrator in the morning and as a volunteer Veterans Service Officer in the afternoon. CCVAC extends heartfelt appreciation and thanks to Judy for all she gives to the center and the Veterans we serve.
The Clark County Veterans Assistance Centers (CCVAC) mission is to provide a welcoming and safe environment with the goal of assisting veterans and their families in obtaining benefits, services and resources to meet their basic needs. CCVAC strives to support the reintegration of veterans into the community.
- Financial aid through the Veteran’s Assistance Fund.
- Assistance with VA claims and benefits
- Free clothing for veterans in need
- Free food for hungry veterans in need
- Free hygiene items
- Outdoor equipment for homeless veterans: backpacks, sleeping bags, etc.
Additional assistance in locating:
- Medical and dental care
- And much more…