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By Mildred Lykens
Lyle News 

Come see what's happening at school



Family fun: The Twin Bridges Museum in Lyle, provided opportunity for families to enjoy sweet Halloween fun.

Attention all residents who take advantage of the great meals Senior Services provides at the Lions Club each Tuesday, there will not be a lunch prepared on Nov. 11, because it falls on Veteran's Day. Be assured the meals will continue the week after.

It was a great night for the little ghosts and goblins, pirates and princesses Friday night as they wandered around town and visited all the participating organizations and businesses that helped fill their bags with treats. The Twin Bridges Museum had at least three different families candy bowls and offered handfuls from each. It was fun to see more than a couple of grown up 'kids' dressed up and celebrating the 'spirit' of the occasion.

Only six of the RV Sundowner ladies challenged the downpour of rain that ravaged the Gorge for their October luncheon held at 'Locks Waterfront Grill' in Cascade Locks last Tuesday. Instead of a roller coaster ride it was more like 'bumper boats' as vehicles hydroplaned along highway 84 barely missing one another. That high water can be as tricky as ice when it comes to tire tread meeting asphalt. Be careful out there folks, I need all the readers I can get. Don't be shy about calling on the Lord to ride with you and praising Him when you get safely back home.

The Lyle School District is inviting the entire community to come, see and share in the exciting changes that they are proud to show you! Mingle with the staff and students from both schools, as well as members of the school board! There will be a free dinner that will include a baked potato bar with toppings, salad with your choice of dressing and a beverage. Pumpkin pies and cupcakes for dessert! And every community member that attends the dinner will receive a voucher to attend a regular home sporting event of their choice for free! So go, eat, visit with your neighbors and support our kids! Although the dinner is free, I'm sure donations will be gladly accepted! This is all happening Saturday, Nov. 15, 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the Secondary School Cafeteria, 625 Keasey Avenue. Just to make sure they have enough taters, you'd better RSVP to or (509) 365-2191.

Don't forget, you can get your early holiday shopping on Friday and Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. each day at the Annual Christmas Bazaar in the activity center. Many of our local crafters will be there to sell their wares.

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