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The Boarding House plays Nov. 14, 15

Trout Lake News for Dec. 6

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Trout Lake Newswriters

Pat Arnold, 395-2233

Bonnie Reynolds, 395-2527

Maxine Bulick, 395-2101

Nicole Bull

The Trout Lake Art Players are back in the brand new production The Boarding House! It is a bittersweet comedy written by our very own Gil Martin. Gil is the proud owner of the Trout Lake Country Inn -- where the production will be held -- and an amazing play writer.

The Boarding House features six very talented actors and actresses plucked right out of Trout Lake: Maxine Bulick, Ben Jeremiah, Nicole Bull, Gil Martin, Art Messer, and Judy Barnes. Not only is Gil bringing theatre back to Trout Lake, he's bringing back Dinner Theatre!

You can enjoy a nice home cooked meal and visit with friends and family before the production, tickets for the performance alone are also available.

The production will be showing on Dec. 14 and 15, however, the times vary. If you are interested in the dinner as well as the performance, doors will open at 6:30 p.m., with the performance beginning at 8:30 p.m. The times are the same for both Friday and Saturday.

If you are interested in the dinner portion give Gil Martin a call at 395-3667. Rooms are available for overnight stays.

Let it snow!! Trout Lake has been getting dumped on since Wednesday, Nov. 28. We've accumulated nearly four feet since then and expecting much more! The community, especially the younger folks, have been really enjoying it.

"I cross country skied to school today!" exclaimed sophomore Morgan Smith.

So far the school children have been toughing it out with no days of school missed and zero two hour delays.

On Nov. 14, Trout Lake lost two citizens: Larry Spring, 55, and Julie Casey, 44. Julie Casey was a fun loving individual who enjoyed anything having to do with animals. Julie used to live in Snowden with her three kids Sara Casey, Jessica Savage, and Lyle Savage who have all been out of the house and on their own for quite some time now. She raised her kids to be caring and passionate for anyone and everyone. Her kids also had a love for animals just as much as she did. I always enjoyed going to her house in Snowden when I was younger to play with their variety of pets including: ferrets, horses, dogs, cats, chickens, and birds. She was a very family oriented woman who tried her best to provide for her family and make sure everyone was satisfied. The loss of Julie is a devastation to her family and friends, we love her and miss her dearly.

On Friday, Nov. 30, Trout Lake had its first shoot out of the year. A shoot out is a non league game-meaning it doesn't count if they win or if they lose.

"Teams go to have fun and advance together as a team," says Dannon Kavanagh, a senior and a member of the boys' basketball team at Trout Lake School.

Our high school girls' basketball team came in first at this year's shoot out of the four teams there: Stevenson, Three Rivers Christian, Vancouver Christian, and Trout Lake. So make sure to congratulate them on their hard work.


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