Vision – Inspiring Clark County residents to honor, encourage and support each other.
Mission – Residents, businesses and organizations honoring, thanking, and praying for our community leaders and those that serve and protect us.
Midnight on Sunday, November 4th!
Senior Judge Tom Kohl was appointed to the bench in Washington County, Oregon by Gov. John Kitzhaber in April of 1997. Prior to his appointed, he specialized in employment law. Since his appointment, Judge Kohl has been elected three times. He retired from full time judging on January 1, 2016 and currently is on assignment, part time, as a Senior Judge for the State of Oregon. He is a graduate of the University of Kentucky (BA) and the University of Toledo (JD). He headed the birth of the Washington County Adult Drug Court in 2005 and was the only judge for the drug count until his retirement. The Washington County Drug Court received state-wide and national recognition. As of December, 2015, the drug court had 169 graduates, saving the state over 9 million dollars in incarceration costs.