Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Trout Lake Newswriters
Sarah Burr Arnold, 395-2669
Sean McGroarty, 395-9394
HURRY, HURRY, HURRY Last chance to apply for the Adult Continuing Education Scholarship offered by the Trout Lake Grange. Applications are due by April 30. This scholarship, administered by the Community Foundation, is designed for adults considering or already enrolled in a post-secondary education program. In order to apply you must have been a full time resident of Trout Lake for two years. For information contact Coralee Warner at 395-2218 or Jim White at 395-2585. To obtain an application form contact Coralee or go to the Foundation website at http://community.gorge.net/tlcfoundation/tlcf.htm.
Donations for the Rummage Sale are pouring in and that is good. However if you wish to donate items to the sale, please call Coralee and arrange a time to drop off them off. There is no porch anymore, the storm in January having removed the roof. If items are just left outside the door there is the risk that they will be damaged by rain which would make them not a bit valuable for the sale. If the items are just left outside, even in good weather, Coralee must move them inside by herself which makes extra work for an already very busy person, So please, please call Coralee at 395-2281 before you deliver.
Educational opportunities for the summer are now springing up. North Wind Martial Arts is offering summer classes in the martial arts and archery for youth and a summer camp also for youth. For information or to register contact Scott at 503-753-2687. Also plein aire painting classes and opportunities to work on murals are being offered by Destinos. For information contact Ardis at 360-907-1660.
Here's hoping that the Robotics Team does well at the international competition this week in St. Louis. We are rooting for the team to win and are hoping that the trip goes well.
Trout Lake has lost three long time residents in the last two months: Bettina McCuistion, Don Wilmer and most recently Jerry Wood; their contributions to life in the town will be missed. The memorial service for Jerry, a native Trout Lakian and a long time teacher at the school, was very well attended and remarkably quite humorous. Many friends told very amusing stories about his life and spoke of his impact on their lives.