Mildred Lykens, 365-0060
Barbara Sexton, 365-5374
There were vendors of veggies, art, herbs, plants, gorge photography and more at the Lyle Farmers Market last Saturday at Lyle Park Place. More vendors are wanted, or you could donate your produce to the community table. Contact Sherri Starkin at email@example.com. This market will continue all season and is expected to keep the park and community lively this summer.
The Lyle Twin Bridges Museum was open and had many visitors and good response to their quilt raffle, tickets will be sold through September and the drawing will be held Sept. 24 during the Quilt Show that will be hosted by the museum.
Be sure to take notice of the new Twin Bridges Sign, located at the south end of the Activity Center. Jerry Bertschi donated time and materials to build it and Don Brashers, with the help of a grandson, installed it over the weekend. Thanks to all of you it looks wonderful.
Two banners along the playground fence make note of the weekly Farmers Market, with the second banner posting the address and new phone number of the Activity Center. Don't forget this is the place to hold your meetings, parties, reunions or use the wi-fi network.
Janet Essley will be teaching Tai Chi Classes at the Lyle Activity Center, 308 Klickitat St, from 7-8 p.m. Tuesday and Thursdays beginning Tuesday, July 5.
Contact Vern Harpole at 509-480-2607 or just show up for the first class.
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