Looking for new people to meet, new places to go, new things to do? If you live in Clark County in Washington state, you just might be looking for the Clark County Newcomers Club. It’s where friends make things happen.
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Clark County Newcomers Club (CCNC) helps people who are new to Clark County get to know the area–its entertainment and recreation possibilities, its resources, its community needs–and get to know a few people who live here, too. But you don’t have to be a new resident to join, nor is there a time limit on your membership. Our long-term members are valuable to our club. Membership is open to all who support the club objective for as long as they live in Clark County, Washington.
Clark County Newcomers Club members invite you to explore anything and everything that interests you. Read the About Us page and attend a Coffee. You’ll find descriptions about many of the activities and events within the pages of this website. You are welcome to attend three events, just to see what activities you like. After that, it’s time to become a member! Go to the Join Us! page to get signed up.
We’re certain you will find lots more reasons to be glad you live in Clark County, Washington state.
(Header photo of Vancouver, WA Columbia River waterfront)