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Dinner to benefit TL school's Farm2School program

Trout Lake News

 


Hurry, Hurry, Hurry

Read the column, get the information, then rush right out and attend the Senior Dinner, held on Thursday, Sept., 12 in the school multipurpose room. The event starts at 4 p.m. with music. The dinner is served at 5 p.m. The dinner welcomes all comers. People 60 and over pay $3.50. All the younger folks pay $6.50. Hope to see you there.

Also this week on Saturday, Sept.14, the Trout Lake CSA Farm is hosting its third benefit dinner and silent auction for the TL School Farm2School program. Dinner will include fresh seasonal appetizers, salad, pesto risotto with chicken and green beans and dessert. Local wines will be served. The dinner will take place at the Trout Lake Grange from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m. Child care will be available at the school for $5 per child, dinner (pasta, fruits and veggies) included. Silent auction items include local handmade goods, local foods, a Murder Mystery Dinner, a two night stay at Steelhead ranch and more. Ticket forms are available at the school and the post office or email Kira Fogarty at tlfarm2school@gmail.com if you would like to reserve tickets at the door. Tickets costs will be covered by a donation; the suggested amount is $30 to $50. If previous experiences with the dinner are a guide the food will be outstanding and cheap at the suggested price, and it supports a program that contributes to the health of all of the students in the school. How much better does it get than eating a good dinner put on to support a worthwhile program?

Coming next week is the opening event of the Presbyterian Church monthly Tuesday potluck and speaker series. The dinner/lecture will be held on Sept. 17 at the church hall. The potluck dinner starts at 6 p.m., the speaker starts at 7 p.m. This month’s speaker is Clyde Sanda. He is a chaplain at the Heart of Hospice. He will be speaking about his experiences in Chaing Rai, Thailand where he worked at an orphanage established to protect girls from slavery and prostitution. The orphanage was run by the International Humanity Foundation.

Also starting on Sept. 17 is the Trout Lake preschool. The school will run from 9 a.m, to noon. For information about the program and registration contact Judy Skelton at 3669.

School is open, please be careful when driving past the building and reduce your speed to the posted 20 mph when children are present in the area. We really want the students to live and grow up to be happy and successful people: Do your part and obey the signs.

 

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