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Lyle News for Sept. 23

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Lyle Newscasters

Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

Barbara Sexton, 365-5374

All Aboard! Are you interested in working in the "Community Garden?" Sheri Starkin says anyone interested should contact her at 360-608-5916 and that the work is beginning. This garden is also the "Senior Project" for four Lyle High School students. There may even be a farmers market in Lyle next summer.

A big "thank you" goes out to Home Depot and to Warren Lightle for the donation of a hot water tank and most of his installation labor cost to the Lyle Activity Center.

The Lion's Club held an Appreciation Dinner for all volunteer first responders and firefighters of Lyle. The entire community of Lyle also sends out their appreciation. Without all of these generous volunteers where would that fire have gone?

The Sundowners September campout was held at Condon, there were seven rigs with one drive in visitor. Their next campout will be at Lewis and Clark in North Bonneville.

Lyle Community Council's elections will be held in November. Two positions are up for re-election: position 1, Darla Brashers; and position 2, Oren Johnson. Anyone wishing to run for one of these positions must declare in writing to a council member before or by Sept. 27.

Speaking of elections: Anyone wishing to run for an office in the OLESS group? Elections will be coming up at a meeting soon. Contact the secretary, Marcia Buser, at 365-2798 or and let her know.

This month's community council meeting will be Sept. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Lyle Lion's Community Center. Instead of a regular meeting it will be a candidates' forum. This will be your opportunity to meet, hear and question the candidates in person.

Excerpts from the book "Early History of Klickitat County" (copyright Jim Attwell 1977): "Chapter Three -- Indians Chase Ira Rowland. When father came home to the empty cabin, he said 'What's going on here'?"

" Mother told him about the Indians coming back. She thought father wouldn't give up and leave Panakanic."

"'I don't care what you do'. she said firmly to father,' but if you won't go, I'm going anyway. And I'll take the children'."

"That was too much for father. He said he'd go."

A thief who stole a calendar got 12 months.


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