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Lyle News for June 21

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Lyle Newscasters

Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

The public is invited to a "Going Away" party for Harry Tavenner and Steve Little who are moving out of the area. Harry will move closer to family in Montana and Steve has been offered a great employment opportunity in Wilson, Ark. Goodbyes will be shared at the Activity Center on Sunday, June 24, at 5 PM. They will be sorely missed.

A meeting of The Pretenders was held in the Lyle Grange with only six people in attendance. Needless to say the meeting was not well attended for various reasons. They discussed the future of organization and all came to the conclusion that the outlook was a bit dim. Those in attendance indicated that they would love to see it come back to life and become a thriving organization once again. They also decided that the only way for this to happen would be to get some energy back and have some very interested people step up, become involved, elect officers, find a director and lead the charge to become a great theater company. Any interested person is urged to contact Dennis at .

The Twin Bridges Museum members have been striving to get displays in order and everything ship shape for their reopening this fall, but would appreciate help from volunteers to get it at least presentable before the all-school-reunion in August. Please don't wait for a personal invitation to join in and help get things organized. The more the merrier. They are working every Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. at the new location (the retired United Methodist Church building).

Lyle Community Council will meet on Monday, June 25, at 7 p.m. at the Lions Club. The public is invited to attend and bring any concerns or ideas that will be for the betterment of Lyle and its residents. The council is still short a few board members and encourages anyone willing to step up to the plate and fill one of those positions.

Many great organizations would be happy to have community minded volunteers step forward. Look around, attend some meetings, find what interests you and offer your services to the Museum, Church, Community Council, Lions Club, Fire Department, School, Old Lyle Elementary School Supporters (OLESS). Everyone has at least one God given talent that should be shared. Community spirit is what Lyle was built on and what it needs revived today.


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