Trout Lake Newswriters
Sandi Thygesen, 395-2318
Terry Scott, 395-2760
Pat Arnold, 395-2233
Bonnie Reynolds, 395-2527
First of all, I'd like to tell Bonnie Reynolds what a nice job she did on the article last week. It's one of the best ever. We're glad you're writing.
Congratulations to Doug Dearden for being selected as Trout Lake School's next superintendent/principal. I hear his colleagues are happy about his appointment. It should be an easy transition for everyone, since he already knows who's who and what's what. Good luck, Doug.
The Trout Lake Community Scholarship Foundation would like to thank everyone who has donated "Pennies For Scholars." The goal of $1000 is halfway there, with $539.43 being collected so far. Thanks, too, to the merchants who are providing the space for the penny jars. Special recognition to Jim and Barb Hanson, Don and Coralee Warner, Linda Eddy, Cody Warner and George and Aimee Woodruff for their private donations. This month's winning merchant is Trout Lake Farm. SPECIAL NOTE: Scholarship applications are now available and must be received or postmarked by May 1. Return applications to Trout Lake Community Foundation, P.O. Box 322, Trout Lake, Wash., 98650. (Coralee's office.)
Sympathies go out to Jim Massey for the loss of his mother. We're so sorry, Jim.
Ginger Burton, secretary for the Glenwood Grange, as well as secretary for the Pomona, wants to announce the West Klickitat Grange Pomona #32 quarterly meeting. It will be held Saturday, April 26, 2003, at the grange hall in Lyle, at 10:30 a.m. After the meeting, there will be a potluck, so bring your favorite dish to share. The next Pomona meeting is scheduled for July 26 at Glenwood's Grange Hall.
All of us ladies (okay, we all know I'm not a lady, but just act like I am for one minute!) are looking forward to the Spring Tea hosted by the Tea Ladies of Mt. Adams Baptist Church. It will be held Saturday, May 10, at 3 p.m. at the Trout Lake Grange. This year will be a "White Tea," so get out your white on white dresses and look sharp. Don't forget your hats.
Joe Smith's memorial service was held last Thursday. Not surprising, over 700 people attended. Each and every one of us misses him, too. He was such a special and gentle man.