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Auto shop to open in old service station

Lyle News for Feb. 14

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Mildred Lykens, 365-0060

They are not open...yet. Cris Lucatero has leased the service station and is remodeling it into his "Impact Automotive" business which he assures all of his employees are master certified auto techs and your full service gasoline or diesel mechanic repairs will be met. Opening will hopefully be the end of this week followed then by Monday through Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. Lucatero's homebase is in Yacolt, where he owns a home and started the first of his beginning chain. At the present his wife, Holly and four children, Natalie, Ivy, Lilly and Ian are with him here in Lyle. The station's phone 365-2200. He also assured that his prices will be competitive.

Nine of the Lady Sundowners met for their monthly luncheon at the Orient Cafe on Tuesday, Feb. 5, and the whole group met at the Bar-B-Q on Feb. 10. Next month will start the season of camp outings again.

This month's Lyle Community Council meeting on Feb. 25 at 7 p.m. will feature Renee Tkach, a representative of the "Trails to Towns" organization. She will be giving an update on the Cherry Orchard Trail above Lyle. The organization's plan is to eventually link the whole Mid-Columbia Gorge with hiking trails to a town with another trail to the next town, etc. which involves uniting both sides of the river.

Skyline Hospital is offering a First Aid and CPR course which teaches you how to recognize and treat life-threatening emergencies, including cardiac arrest and choking for an adult and child victims. Students also learn to recognize the warning signs of heart attack and stroke in adults and breathing difficulties in children. It is an excellent opportunity for local businesses to ensure that their employees know critical first-response skills. The course is sanctioned by the American Heart Association (AHA) and students will receive a two-year certification card from the AHA. Pre-registration is encouraged but not required. For their calendar to sign up for any of their First Aid/CPR classes ($55 per person) call Gorge Rescue at 541-490-4657. Or check out their website at

Those of you that have a Sweetheart...don't take them for granted. Show them that you care in the way they will feel your love the most on Valentine's Day. Just a loving gesture can warm a heart.


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