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Lyle Community News

Deadline nearing for yard sale extravaganza

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Lyle Newscasters

Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

mildred@gorge.net

Barbara Sexton, 365-5374

madison@gorge.net

Rob Bovette of the Oregon Narcotics Enforcement Association will be the main speaker at the second Meth Education Night, which will be held Thursday, March 23, at 6:30 p.m., at the Lyle Lions Club.

The Lyle Community Council is hosting this informative evening. Snacks will be provided and the community at large is invited. If you have questions, contact Mike Sayler at 365-4264.

To get meeting dates, your family's birthdays or anniversaries in the next Council newsletter, please contact Joy Collins at 365-5102. The newsletter will be in the mail the first week in April.

Time for the fourth annual "13+ Miles of Yard Sale Extravaganza" is fast approaching. Sellers flyers have been posted in Lyle at the Lions Community Center, Post Office, Full Throttle Espresso, Lyle Automotive, Country Store, Country Caf‚, Lyle Merc and the Lyle Tap Room.

This flyer has information you will need to be included on the map. The cut-off date, April 15, is a little earlier this year. Please call Joy at 365-5102 to get your sale's location on the map.

This year there is a $5 fee, which will go to the Lyle Community Council for expenses. The committee welcomes Wishram and Goldendale in joining this year's extravaganza.

Churches in Lyle

United Methodist Church, 403 Klickitat St.: Sunday Bible Study, 9 a.m.; Sunday Service, 10:30. The church extends an open invitation to all.

If you are looking for an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting locally, there is one on Friday evenings in the church basement at 7 p.m.

The county has made the decision to leave Lyle's polling place at the Methodist Church.

Lyle Celebration Center, 715 Washington St.: Sunday Services at 8 and 10:30 a.m. Wednesday evening schedule is as follows: Bible Study, Youth, Missionettes Club (girls) and The Explorer Club (boys) at 6:30 p.m.

Taken from "The History of Klickitat County, Washington" published by the Klickitat County Historical Society in 1982:

"Marshall and Lillian Hamm

"Memories of Marshall's early boyhood are filled with recollections of the family's frequent moves, and records show his parents moved 23 times in 24 years! Born in Pendleton, Or. Jan. 16, 1914, he attended at least 10 schools in Eastern Oregon and Washington before graduating from Washougal High in 1934.

"Marshall's parents, Fleda and Ralph Hamm, finally found the spot they had been searching for, a farm near Lyle, in 1933."

Why is that no plastic bag will open from the end you try first?

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