Jerky and sweets offered by new business

Lyle News

 


Klickitat County is one of the Central Washington counties connected to the Ecology Youth Corps (EYC) which is Washington State’s largest youth employment program. These 13 to 17 year olds provide an important service to their community while earning wages. They gain valuable job skills, teamwork experience, and safety awareness and receive environmental education as well. More information can be gained at their website by entering Department of Ecology State of Washington, then Ecology Youth Corps, and get even more info by emailing shsm461@ecy.wa.gov

Is the candy from last Valentine’s Day already gone and you still have a sweet tooth? I may be able to help you out. Did you know that we have a candy shop right here in beautiful downtown Lyle? It is located in what the long time residents call “the Old Chevron Station” and the newbies call “The blue building”. To all others it is at 502 State Street. The husband runs the “Elk Crossing” side of the business with jerky from elk, salmon, bison and beef, but the wife runs the “Nook of Treasures’ Sweets” making the candy on the premises. I’m here to tell you it is some of the best candy I’ve tasted; (variety of fudges and caramels, etc.). They also carry a line of goat’s milk products from High Prairie Homestead and gift cards from Lanofoza Artistic Photography. Open daily 11 a.m. to 5 p.m., so stop in and check it out. I’m sure you will be glad you did.


The Sundowners RV Club’s monthly meeting had a good turnout of 18 members and guests at the Bar B Q Restaurant in The Dalles.

Condolences go to the family of Dale Sabourin for his untimely passing. The funeral was held Sunday at the Celebration Center and was well attended by family and friends.

Lyle Community Council will meet on Monday, Feb. 24 at 7 p.m. at the Lions Community Center. If you have comments or concerns of any nature, that they can help you with, this would be the time and place to air them.

Lyle residents are split in their opinions about the Friends of the Gorge’s push to get a “new” trail through to the old Cherry Orchard. The Lyle Community Trail System will be meeting from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. on Feb. 26, at the Lyle Activity Center on the corner of 3rd and Klickitat Streets.

Submit your news to Mildred Lykens, (509) 365-0060 – lykensme@embarqmail.com.

 

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