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Save The Date

Trout Lake News for March 5

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Trout Lake Newswriters

Pat Arnold, 395-2233

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Maxine Bulick, 395-2101

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Sarah Burr Arnold, 395-2669

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HI! This is Sarah. This is my first column. My contact information should be at the top of the column. Just be sure though, I can be reached at 395-2669. Allow the telephone to ring; I am slow to answer. If I do not pick up the answering system will pick up after the seventh ring. My e-mail is sba_35@gorge.net.

The Community Council meets this week on Wednesday, March 4, in the community room at the school. The meeting starts at 7 p.m. After the council meeting, there will be a land use planning meeting. Maps of proposed land use designations will be presented. The outcome of the planning process will affect everyone who lives or owns property in Trout Lake. This is your opportunity to be part of the process.

SAVE THE DATE! The Community Foundation is hosting an appreciation dinner for the community on March 21 at the Grange. See future columns and maybe the Village Voice for further details.

The Community Foundation is accepting donations for the rummage sale. It would like all donations to be clean and in reasonable repair or working order. Also it asks that donations be dropped off when the TLC Accounting office is open if possible.

The format of the St. Patrick's Day Celebration planned for March 14 is probably changing. The current, tentative plan is for a potluck meal before the Abe Cohen and Friends band plays. A donation of $10 will be requested to pay for the band.

I was reading the bulletin boards in place in the town center in preparation for this column. Certainly is a lot happening now in Trout Lake including the events at the Grange, classes in various subjects and cooperative grocery shopping. While reading the postings, I noticed the information about the Underwood Conservation District Annual Tree sale. While this event is now over it reminded me of how much the UCD offers to the community in the form of classes, water conservation help and soil testing. Lots of good information about what it does can be found on the web site. Keep informed, read the boards.

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