Lou Brancaccio is The Columbian’s editor emeritus. His column of personal opinion appears the first Saturday of every month. Reach him at [email protected] Sometimes, you can’t turn around without finding the usual suspects helping our community in so many ways.Take Vancouver Councilor Anne McEnerny-Ogle.One day, she’s introducing a noon concert at Esther Short Park, the next day, she’s baking pies for visiting law enforcement officers and — yep— that was Anne scrubbing clean a mural in the city.Oh, and those pies? They’re illegal in 14 states. Too dang addictive.But this isn’t a column about Anne. It’s a column about our community and the number of events we hold, not only to bring us together but to assist those who need help.Hey, government can’t do it all.I was thinking about all these events when I found myself in a bit of a jam this weekend. Too many things to do and not enough cloning.Look, if I can be honest, I go to my fair share of events; but when I did the math, I found that I was number 10,034 on a list of folks who are out there doing good things. Yep, that’s chump change compared with so many others.