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Fire Department appreciation dinner March 5 at High Prairie



ART TALENT: Lyle school's entries to the OPI art show were submitted by (l to r): Gerald Hall, Zachary Miller, Bridget Jones, Morgan Bowman, Lauren Weddle, Kyla Hovinghoff, Tristan Saunders, Kristal Schultze-Meyer, Karrie Bowning, Adrienne Spino and Austin Krogstad.

March is here and that means the Lyle Lions Club First Saturday Breakfast! I've enjoyed their omelets but the pancakes are special... and the servers keep them coming! I've also visited with neighbors while being personally served at the Tuesday's Senior Meals. You don't have to be a senior to enjoy the great food at either of these events, and it's like the game show...The Price is Right! And still another suggestion is to rent the facility for your own event. The Lions members are community minded and willingly serve visitors with gracious hospitality. So mark your calendar for this Saturday the 5th from 7 to 10 a.m. for breakfast and noon every Tuesday from then on. For information on renting the building call: Linnea Denis at 509-365-0039

Another meal not to miss is the local firefighter appreciation dinner also set for March 5, with doors opening at 5:30 p.m. and dinner at 6 p.m. The Lyle Fire Department is paying for the lasagna dinner catered by Beneventi's, while the High Prairie Community Council covers the dessert, decorations and helpers.

There are 40 seats available and you need to RSVP by calling or email with the number attending and choice of meat or vegetarian lasagna. High Prairie and Lyle Fire Department members and families need not RSVP as they are already counted. Lyle and High Prairie community members please RSVP, call Barbara Parrish 509-281-0933 or email: or highprairiebarb@gmail .com. Let's show our volunteers our gratitude for their service.

Shiver me timbers....hoist yer Jolly Roger...the Klickitat PTO is willing to share their plunder during their annual Pirate Carnival/Silent Auction on March 13 from 2 p.m.-5 p.m. at the Klickitat School gym. All kinds of fun activities and yummy foods are planned as well a costume contest for both adults and children. Lots of plunder is up for grabs with a silent auction. This annual fundraiser supports the children in many needed programs.

We are very proud of our Lyle Secondary Students who were chosen to display their art work at the Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction in Olympia. Quite the honor I would say...Two thumbs up, kids!

Volunteers are at work all over Lyle. From the Lions Club, the Twin Bridges Museum, Fire Department, Secondary School, KLASAC (Klickitat-Lyle Against Substance Abuse Coalition) to the Lyle Activity Center and some I'm sure I've forgotten to mention; the bees are busy. There is always room for more volunteers and the diverse options are open and limited only to your inclinations. Volunteering doesn't mean giving up any more of your time than you are willing to give, and you will definitely reap the rewards.


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