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Still chance to meet new super
Lyle News for Sept. 6
September 04, 2012
By theThere is still a chance to meet the new Lyle School District Superintendent Glenys Hill. She will be the guest of honor at a "Meet and Greet" event which is planned for Monday Sept. 10, at the Dallesport Elementary School from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. She will introduce herself and give ample time for questions.
Mildred Lykens, 365-0060
Plan ahead to attend the first "Homesteading Fair" scheduled for Saturday, Sept. 29, from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. coming to the Lyle Activity Center and Park. Vending spaces such as craft or farmer's market type will be held outdoors and rent for $15 and ready to eat food booths will be priced at $25 for the day. They welcome vendors with homesteading related items which may include homemade crafts or foods, gardening tools, seeds, farming equipment and repair, clothing, books, beekeeping and livestock supplies, healthy foods and more! Many workshops will be available to learn from Canning to Quilting to Solar Wind power for homestead living. The Pioneer Living Children's Museum will be on hand for everyone's enjoyment. Check it out at http://nwhomesteadingfair.wordpress.com/workshops.
A reminder about the Saturday, Sept 22, Health Fair Trunk Show from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Lyle Activity Center. Skyline Hospital will be offering lab services from 9 until 11 a.m. CBC and chem panel includes cholesterol check $40, a PSA (Prostate test) for men $20. (This exam needs fasting). All of this and free massage demonstrations, functional medicine therapies, and wellness speakers. Stay tuned for more details.
Another reminder: Two days later there will be a Skyline Hospital informational meeting at 7 p.m. with Skyline's CEO Mike Madden and commissioners of the hospital attending the September meetings of the Lyle Community Council at the Lion's Club. They are holding community meetings throughout Klickitat County over the next few months to discuss important changes at Skyline and to answer any questions you might have pertaining to your community's public hospital. Everyone is invited and encouraged to attend. If you have any questions, contact Skyline CEO Mike Madden at 509-637-2919.
A call into Marty Hudson of the County Weed Control can get you on the right track for those noxious weeds growing on your property. He will let you know what the rules and regulations are for getting rid of them. Giving him a call can definitely help because he can't help if he's not informed where to look.