By Mildred Lykens
Lyle News 

Lyle clean-up day set for April 9

 


A gala event was held in honor of Joan Titus for her 80th birthday. Family and friends flooded the Lions Club on Saturday evening and were treated by the birthday girl and her sister giving a tap and line dance recital. Joan spent her teaching years here in Lyle with her husband Jim as Superintendent. Both retired now and enjoying what life brings their way. Congratulations, Joan…looking forward to celebrating your 90th!

There is a free training course offered to any and all interested parties concerning ‘Youth Mental Health First Aid’ on March 29, from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Lyle Activity Center. Registration for this training is open! If you haven’t been able to attend one of these trainings, please do!  The information is great and by using the steps one can understand the issues facing teens today and support those in need of attention. To register contact: Rita Pinchot by email or phone; klasaccoordinator@gmail.com, (509) 840-3330.

Last week High Prairie neighbors made an effort to improve Oda Knight Road and therefore improved all their lives. A big gathering of the residents pulled together and they deserve a pat on the back for team work well done. Now to protect this investment they are asking for everyone to drive slowly.

It is spring cleaning time which ends your winter procrastinations about getting rid of all that “stuff” you’ve been hoarding. It’s still a month away, but what better chance do you have to dust off the cobwebs and get ready to load the rig for trips to the dumpsters at the bus yards downtown Lyle? The time to keep in mind is Saturday April 9 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for the annual Lyle Clean Up. You can throw that old musty chair in the pile and even that old stove that no longer works…there will be a man there to collect all recycle metals. Why pay the dump? Three old tires per load is the limit, but however many loads you make…three more can go. This will be an unlimited collection day and all you will be spending is a little of your time and elbow grease…The dumping is free although there will be an old milk can set out for volunteer donations for the annual Twin Bridges Museum fundraiser. It’s sad to hear that the shredder will not be returning this year.

The Lions Club has a change in contact person regarding anyone interested in renting their Community Center. The new person to call is Rose Racyzykowski at (509) 365-2862.

 

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