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Work on community center continues

Lyle News


Contributed by Mildred Lykens

Masked: Seven volunteers assembled at the old primary school in Lyle, Saturday, to work on Lyle’s community center. The drop ceiling was removed, along with lighting fixtures and old ceiling tiles, and old insulation was pulled from the ceiling. Pictured are Vern Harpole (on the top of the cabinet), Norm White (on the ladder), Marcia Buser (front) and Don Starkin on the far left. Next on the list, new heavy duty insulation will be inserted.

Cookies, candy canes and cocoa greeted the children (and parents) lined up to see Santa this year. It was the biggest turn out so far with families lined down the hall and out the door. Santa entered the community with lights flashing and sirens screaming from the Sheriff’s vehicles escorting his sleigh. Excitement filled the air in anticipation of the jolly old man who arrived with treats for the young ones anxiously awaiting their turn on his knee. If you missed this event, the decorated fire trucks are planning a caravan to visit Lyle on Saturday, Dec. 15, at 6:45 p.m. There are no definite plans for Santa’s appearance to date, but the same refreshments will greet the public who...

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