Public-spirited Clark County organizations and individuals give back to their community in countless ways. Examples of their beneficiaries include school children who are mentored one-on-one by volunteers (Mentoring RoundTable), needy families given assistance with local food and shelter (InterService Walk and Knock, Share), Little League ball players, Girl and Boy Scouts, and even patients in the Firstenburg Tower at Southwest Washington Medical Center.
Politically, Clark is a swing county, keeping Republicans, Democrats, and groups such as the League of Women Voters, busy and relevant. Closer to home, neighborhood associations are savvy advocates for their residents.
Whether as a member of a service club (such as Kiwanis, Rotary or Lions) or of a church or other group, or as an individual, there are many ways to add to the richness of Clark County. Visit Links and Affiliates via the side menu for more ways to connect in Clark County.