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Talent show to feature Troutlakian acts


Weather here is more spring like and the snow is at least for now melting. There will be a prolonged mud season if the melt and the rain continue. After last year the mud is welcome. The mountain is heavily covered with snow and quite attractive when it can be seen. Perhaps this year will be more normal in melt out and less dry during fire season, keeping the fingers crossed. It has been a good year for skiing, snowmobiling and other winter recreation activities.

The Community Foundation Talent Show will be held on March 26. Hoping that all Troutlakians who have performance talent (music, dance, magic shows, singing, poetry reading, drama) are preparing their acts for the show. There was a full house for the food and the performances last year, a lot of fun and laughter and a sing-along. Should be just as much pleasure this year.

The lunch program at the School which has grown to serve lunch for more than 100 students and staff everyday, is looking for folks to help with the lunches. Contact Karen at the school 2571 to volunteer. It is an amazing program, serving healthy home cooked meals, supported by donations and staffed largely by volunteer labor. Who knew when it started several years ago that it would become such an important part of the school. Come give it a hand.

There are several classes happening in town this season. Cookie is holding a Therapeutic Movement Class and is still accepting participants. Contact Cookie at Dr. Rick Allen is offering chiropractic plus fitness classes for a very low price. And workshops on leading a chemical free life are being offered. More can be learned about both of these opportunities at On March 1 Jim White will talk on astronomy at the Goldendale Library at 7 pm.


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