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Does welcome sign reflect community?
Trout Lake News for Feb. 21
February 19, 2013
By theWelcome to Trout Lake, WA! How does our welcome sign reflect our community? That is the question that the Trout Lake Business Association is asking. They are interested in purchasing a new sign with the proceeds from the Mt. Adams Country Bicycle Tour and are asking for community input on the content for the new sign. Contact Rick Allen, Bev Meyer, or Barbara Hansen by the meeting on Feb. 21 to let them know what you think.
Trout Lake Newswriters
Sarah Burr Arnold, 395-2669
Sean McGroarty, 395-9394
The Trout Lake Business Association is also hosting a free informational movie night at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 28, at the Trout Lake Grange. Co-sponsoring the event is the Cascade Wellness Clinic and the Farm2School Program. Films shown will be "Seeds of Freedom," "Genetic Roulette -- The Gamble of our Lives," and "Back to Eden." They hope to have future events and have suggestions for titles. If you have any other suggestions for films on health, environment or organic gardening/farming please contact Rick Allen.
In other news, the Trout Lake Community Council is looking into funding that would allow a feasibility study of a downtown sewer system. Anyone interested in learning more is encouraged to attend the March 6 community council meeting at 7 p.m., this should be of interest particularly to anyone living in the area zoned 'rural center.'
Also on the agenda for the March meeting, the new director of Skyline Hospital will discuss his plan for the hospital and present information about the proposed EMS levy district. Finally, if you are interested in joining the Trout Lake Community Council, please contact Frank Childs or attend the next meeting to learn about available positions. Trout Lake Newswriters -- Sofie Brubaker