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Trout Lake News for May 10

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Trout Lake Newswriters

Pat Arnold, 395-2233

Bonnie Reynolds, 395-2527

Maxine Bulick, 395-2101

Planning for the 42nd Annual Trout Lake Fair is under way, with the kickoff meeting held this past Monday. Start planning for your entry in the parade, flower and vegetable display, baking contest or thread and yarn artistry. The fair is the first weekend in August -- 3, 4 and 5 this year. Look for announcements of future meetings posted in the post office, grocery & KJ's Cafe. Contact Ray Thygesen at 395-2318 to volunteer.

Trout Lake First Presbyterian Church will have its Vacation Bible School "Circle of Caring," at the church June 19, 20 and 21, from 9:30 to 11:30 a.m. All children four to eight years old are invited. Please pre-register by June 1. Contact Aimee Woodruff, 395-2122,

Saturday Market will open the weekend of June 30 at the Trout Lake Grange Hall. Held every Saturday until Labor Day at the Grange, this is a wonderful opportunity to purchase local crafts, baked goods, produce and other unique items.

The Trout Lake Grange Hall recently got a bright new green roof when Bob Jolley's Construction crew repaired the damage done by the tree that blew down in November. The Grange Hall is truly an historical building in Trout Lake, having been the venue for many Grange events, the Saturday Market, dances, reunions, birthday parties, weddings and other celebrations, it has served as our community center for many years and hopefully many more years to come.

On May 19, the 11th annual Endurance Ride for Horse lovers will take place in Trout Lake. Saddle up and ride the glorious trails of the Gifford Pinchot in the shadow of Mt. Adams. For more info, click on and go to Endurance Ride.

The Trout Lake Bicycle Tour will be held the weekend of June 30 -- click on for more details there, as well.

Also on June 22 thru 24, there will be a Barter Fair and Music Festival at the Trailhead B & B, click on for more details.


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