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Lyle News for Sept. 14

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Lyle Newscasters

Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

Barbara Sexton, 365-5374

A FREE family movie night will be held on Sept. 16 at 7 p.m. at the Lyle High School gym, the movie title is "The Greatest Game Ever Played." There will also be FREE popcorn and bottled water. Kids bring a blanket and you can sit on the gym floor. Bleachers are available for the adults. Everyone is welcome to come and enjoy this free family evening, sponsored by The Community Council.

Don't forget the Primary Election on Sept. 19 will once again be held in the Methodist Church, but will be moved upstairs. When you come to vote park in the upper lot and come up the ramp. This entrance is handicap accessible.

Lyle Community Council is hosting the general election candidates' night on Monday Sept. 25, at the Lion's Club. The evening will begin at 6 p.m. Come and listen to the candidates and ask your questions. Let's get informed as to the issues before we vote!

On the last two R.V. campouts the Sundowners first visited and toured the Chinese Underground and the Indian Culture Center in Pendleton, Ore. They stayed at the Wild Horse Casino. Several rigs then went on to Hepner where Delbert Brashers donated an old clock to their museum that was originally from an old tavern in that area. They went on to Plymouth and toured the Columbia Crest Winery. The September outing found them at Beacon Rock Youth Camp. There were 13 rigs at this event with four being from the Twin City Rovers. They all enjoyed good weather, grilled hamburgers and home made ice cream. (What's the mystery of the wounded flamingo, Mary?)

Churches in Lyle are United Methodist, 403 Klickitat St. and

Lyle Celebration Center, 715 Washington St.

Lyle Transportation -- Author unknown: "In 1853 one of the first settlers into Klickitat County were Erastus and Mary Joselyn. It took them three weeks from Portland inland to The Dalles, by steamer, as well as a sail barge and the portage railroad around the Cascade Rapids. This is typical of the means by which the early settlers came inland by the way of the Columbia River."

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