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Grandparents Share Bragging Rights

Lyle News for March 30

By the

Lyle Newscasters

Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

mildred@gorge.net

Barbara Sexton, 365-5374

madison@gorge.net

Proud grandparents Daria and Steve Johnson of Lyle would like to share their bragging rights! Brian Riffe, son of Scott and Ranee Riffe, pitched a shutout game against the White Salmon Bruins in a non-league double header March 18. Rochester swept the double-header against Columbia. Scott and Ranee Riffe are 1988 Lyle High School graduates. Brian will graduate from Rochester High School June 2006. Brian also has a sister, Cassandra, 9 years old.

The Lion's Club sponsors the Annual Easter Egg Hunt at the Lyle Park Place on Saturday, April 15, at 9 a.m. The field will be divided for the following ages -- pre-school, K-2, 3-4 and 5 and up. After the hunt the museum will have an open house and everyone is invited to come and see what items have been donated to date. The Lewis and Clark re-enactors will be on hand also with their drum, fife and bugle corps. Looks like a fun day for Lyle.

Have you noticed the green banner that once again is announcing Lyle's annual clean-up days? This year it will be Friday and Saturday, April 7 and 8. The orange bags that are usually left on each doorstep will be available at the clean up, so remember you can pick them up at the Lyle Bus Garage, which is once again the site, with dumpsters awaiting your cast-offs.

Churches in Lyle are United Methodist, 403 Klickitat St, and Lyle Celebration Center, 715 Washington St.

The United Methodist Church extends an open invitation to all. Alcohol Anonymous meets on Friday evenings at 7 p.m. in the church basement.

Taken from The History of Klickitat County Washington published by Klickitat County Historical Society in 1982: "Marshall & Lillian Hamm -- During Marshall's teen years his father was a deputy sheriff in Montesano, where they lived four years. He and his sister Shirley attended high school there, and there he met Lillian Haug, his future wife. They kept in contact after Marshall moved to Washougal. Although the Depression was in full swing, Lillian was fortunate to find secretarial work in Tacoma. In 1935 Marshall came to Tacoma, found work, and they were married Dec.28, 1935."

Always remember you are unique, just like everyone else.

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