Mildred Lykens, 365-0060
Barbara Sexton, 365-5374
"Coffee House" at the Lyle High School Cafeteria at 7 p.m. in the multi-purpose room; featuring some tunes from the upcoming Dallesport Drama Production, "Little Orphan Annie." The school band and choir will be performing along with local talent acts. Coffee and goodies will be available for a donation. Proceeds will go towards the senior trip in May.
The next Cultural Exchange planning meeting will be at 10 a.m. on March 12 at the Lyle Activity Center. The second annual exchange is scheduled for May 15. The committee is always open to new volunteers and participants. They want to make this event memorable and even larger than last year. This date and place is also the next Community Game night at 7 P.M.
Rose, the owner of The Country Cafe, is hosting a benefit luncheon and Bingo afternoon on March 21. This is to help Darryl England with medical expenses incurred during his recent illness. It will be at the Lyle Lion's Club from noon to 4 pm. There will be lots of great Bingo prizes and all proceeds will go to aid one of our own. The Cafe will be closed that day.
American Red Cross CPR & First Aid classes will be held at the Lyle Activity Center. Cost is $25, and to register please contact Risi Howard at 541-980-0790 or email@example.com
On Tuesday, Mar 30, at 7 p.m., you can enjoy an evening with two Washington State suffragettes at the White Salmon Library. This is an informative skit going back over 100 years in time when women were given the vote. Prim and proper Emma Smith DeVoe and outrageous and flamboyant May Arkwright Hutton, portrayed by actors, as they work together toward a common goal; that of getting women of Washington State the right to vote. This event is co-sponsored by the Library, West Klickitat County Historical Society and the Soroptimists International of Mt. Adams.
It is time to plan ahead. The Lyle Clean Up is quickly approaching, held on the second weekend of April. Remember this is free to you, but your monetary donation will help support projects of the Lyle Community Council.
History (New section of U.S. 830 dedicated at Lyle June 22, 1967): "Robert L. Mikalson, Washington State Highway Commission member, commented that "we will continue working with the legislators to provide facilities like this throughout the state. It's marvelous to see what has been done due to cooperation of contractors, the labor force and our own state people."
What bargain grandchildren are! I give them my loose change and they give me a million dollars worth of pleasure.