OUR MISSION
The DWA is an Active Association of local merchants and volunteers dedicated to Building Business and Creating Community in Washougal.

THE DWA IS:

ACTIVE ASSOCIATION

The Downtown Washougal Association is an active partnership between community stakeholders, Washougal-based merchants, and local volunteers.

BUILDING BUSINESS

As our local economy grows, the Washougal community as a whole will benefit. More business means more local resources, revenue, and employment opportunities.

CREATING COMMUNITY

The Downtown Washougal Association sponsors events throughout the year, and supports many others, with the goal of engaging and energizing our community.

Since 2014, the Downtown Washougal Association has been an active contributor to the Washougal community.

DWA LEADERSHIP TEAM

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I believe that any problem can be overcome when we work together.
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First Last

President
I believe that any problem can be overcome when we work together.
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First Last

President
I believe that any problem can be overcome when we work together.
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First Last

President
I believe that any problem can be overcome when we work together.
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First Last

President
I believe that any problem can be overcome when we work together.
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First Last

President
I believe that any problem can be overcome when we work together.
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First Last

President
I believe that any problem can be overcome when we work together.
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First Last

President
I believe that any problem can be overcome when we work together.

Volunteer Wanted: Board Secretary!

Join the DWA Leadership Team and make a difference in your community. We are currently seeking an organized, enthusiastic member of the Washougal community to be our new secretary. Help us further the DWA mission of building business and creating community in Washougal!

The Secretary serves as the primary record keeper of the organization, responsible for transcribing the minutes at each board meeting and preparing an official copy for approval by the Board of Directors.

Major Job Elements:

Record keeping:

    • Transcribes minutes at board meetings
    • Prepares an “official” copy of the minutes for the executive director within two weeks after a board meeting.
    • Maintains these documents in a form which is at all times accessible to board members and the executive director, and which is carried to board meetings for use as an historical reference of the organization’s discussions and actions.
    • Keeps track of all Board, non-profit status and program related documents.

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