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By Glenwood Homemakers
Glenwood News 

The coast comes to Glenwood


Winter weather and road conditions make it hard for residents from our area to have a little getaway to the beach. Lucky for us, the classes of 2017 and 2018 brought some of the coast to us last Tuesday in the form of the annual crab dinner. The crab, along with all the dinner trimmings, was delicious, and there was a great silent auction to add to the evening’s fun. Thanks to the three students in those two classes, along with their advisors, parents, and all others who helped make a great evening event in Glenwood. Glenwood High School joined with Klickitat High School to celebrate Homecoming 2017 with a dance on Saturday night. Glenwood’s Queen Madi Couch and King Andrew Dechand and all their court enjoyed a fun evening with a great bunch of friends. Don’t forget Women’s Club bingo this Friday, Feb. 10 at 7 p.m. at the grange hall. Bring your family and friends and come on out for a fun evening. Refreshments will be served. And here’s one more reminder for a fun Valentine’s Day evening. Make plans to gather with friends for a free dinner provided by the Glenwood Pioneer Community Church, along with a concert with Christian country singer Charlie Walker. Families and singles welcome. Our excellent precipitation reporter, Doug Daniels, hasn’t been able to collect data because the equipment is frozen. He’ll get some readings to share with us when the weather cooperates a bit more. It sounds like we’re in for lots more winter weather, including snow. Klickitat County Public Works has a list of people throughout the county who will shovel snow for the elderly and disabled free of charge. Call 773-4616 after 9 a.m. on week days to ask for assistance. On that same note, any Glenwood residents who would like to add their names to the volunteer list can call that same number to do so.


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