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Santa Claus is coming to town

Lyle News for Nov. 22

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Lyle Newscasters

Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

Start your countdown for Dec. 3 for your children to greet Santa when the sheriff's patrol cars escort him to the Lyle Activity Center between 6:45 and 7: 15 p.m. Bring your cameras for some lasting memories. Hot cocoa and cookies are planned.

At the last OLESS meeting on Monday night, it was determined that one of the rooms would be chosen to be taken off the rental roll for remodeling. The room will get a new paint job and the drop ceiling removed. Please keep in mind that volunteers will be needed to offset the labor cost but as of this date no schedule has been set. If you like to be destructive, or constructive and have frustrations you wish to release, this would be a great opportunity to expel them.

The Lyle students hosted a free dinner for the residents to inspire a get-acquainted evening. It was well received and is just one of the many events that the children are planning. On Halloween, they went door to door handing out candy to the homes showing a willingness to participate in the holiday tradition.

If you missed the Holiday Bazaar in Lyle you still have a chance to get those special people on your Christmas list a unique gift at the other annual bazaar held at the log building at Columbia Hills RV Campgrounds on (on the road to The Dalles) Friday and Saturday, Dec. 7 and 8, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This has a history of bringing in more shoppers because of its closeness to The Dalles, so if you wish a table to display your wares contact Alice Mattox at 767-4077

No speakers were scheduled for the Lyle Community Council on Monday, Nov. 19. As December's scheduled meeting falls on Christmas Eve, it has been cancelled.

Just a friendly reminder; the Lion's Community Center offers a senior lunch every Tuesday. The program starts at 11:30 a.m. and lunch is at noon. Senior lunch is open to all for $3.50 donation for those 60 or older and $6 for under 60 years of age. The center opens at 9 a.m. when the cooking starts and people are welcome to come in to read or hang out until the program starts. There is a lending library of books and magazines on hand for your convenience.


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