News and information from our partners

Time to compile newsletter

Lyle News for Sept. 27

By the

Lyle Newscasters

Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

It's getting to be that time again. Articles, event notices, etc., are being compiled for the next issue of Lyle's quarterly newsletter, "To The Point," which is due out Oct 1, and is distributed to the "What's Happening in Lyle" e-mail list. If you are not getting weekly updates of "What's Happening in Lyle," then you are not on the list. If you would like to be added, you can send your request to Your email address will NOT be shared with anyone else, or be used for anything other than to inform you about events or issues in our community. You may request to be removed from the list at any time. Articles needed about upcoming events, updates on your organization's doings, creative writing, poetry, photographs, etc., would be appreciated. Contributions from students in the elementary, middle or high school too. This is Lyle's newsletter. Glenda Lovejoy has been essential in editing, managing the layout and some editing. If any edits are done to your piece, she will send it back to you for approval first.

To subsidize the high school and middle school athletic program the Lyle Cougars Booster Club is hosting a prime rib dinner on Thursday, Oct. 4, from 5 to 7 p.m. Dinner will be in the multi-purpose room of the Lyle School and tickets are available through Tria Bullard at 541-980-2488. Confirm your alumni spirit by supporting the sports and activities that expresses Cougar Pride.

Are you a homesteader? Interested in learning more about homesteading? Just looking for old-fashioned family fun? This is the place! Join the N.W. Homesteaders Fair on Saturday, Sept. 29, for a full day of workshops and fun family activities! Free admission! Free kids activities! Free workshops! Also during this event held at the Activity Center, the Twin Bridges Museum, just a block to the east is planning on having a fundraiser of sno-cones and its last yard sale of the summer.

A venue for local artists is open with an Oct. 31 deadline for applications. It's the 7th Annual Gorge Artists Open Studios. This annual juried event is an opportunity for artists living in the Columbia River Gorge to grow their marketing by opening their studios to the public during the weekend of April 12, 13, and 14, 2013. Applications are available to download online at: Contact: John Maher, 541-478-0171


Use the comment form below to begin a discussion about this content.

Sign in to comment


Information from the News and our advertisers (Want to add your business to this to this feed?)