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;Craving biscuits and gravy, attend Saturday breakfast
Lyle News for Feb. 21
February 19, 2013
By theCraving "Biscuits and Gravy" lately? Need a break from cooking breakfast? Here's your chance that fits the bill -- The Lion's Club Breakfast on Saturday, March 2, from 7 to 10 a.m. will give you both. In addition to their regular ham and eggs, omelets, delicious pancakes (with even more choices of syrups)...here will also be the "B&G;" add juice, milk or coffee and all can be yours without any kitchen effort or cleanup. This is just a reminder of the monthly fundraiser that the Lion's Club Breakfast sponsors every first Saturday of the month. The proceeds help many individuals receive items to make their life a lot more enjoyable.
Mildred Lykens, 365-0060
Renee Tkach, a representative of the "Trails to Towns" organization and the Klickitat P.U.D are sharing the agenda for this month's Lyle Community Council meeting on Jan. 25 at 7 p.m. Tkach will be giving an update on the Cherry Orchard Trail above Lyle, and the organization's plan to eventually link the whole Mid-Columbia Gorge with hiking trails to a town with another trail to the next town, etc. Representatives from the PUD will be giving their yearly update. If you have any questions or concerns about either, feel free to bring them to the council meeting for answers.
Tria Bullard (Position 3 of the school board) announced by email, "Lyle School District M&O levy has passed (so far). This is wonderful news, a great investment in our community and our children, and I cannot wait to see what the future holds." Personally I think this action by the community is showing its support of the board which can only benefit the children and their futures. It's been too long in coming and this nod from the voters expresses their desire to weave the children, teachers, and community into a strong unbreakable braid by keeping the momentum of support for each other moving forward.
Calling all Photographers...the Washington State Historical Society is asking for your photographs of four points; east, west, north, and south of any area of Washington State. The concept is to stand in one spot and take a picture in each direction of the compass, label the pictures with your name, the location, the date you took them and the direction that each picture shows. Send them to the Washington State Historical Society for possible use in a future exhibit at their museum. For information contact: Fred Poyner IV, Digital Collections Curator, at 253-798-5911.