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Get ready for Easter eggs


March 29, 2017

The Community Easter Egg hunt will take place at the park in Pine Vista on Saturday, April 15, beginning at 10 a.m. The hunting area will be divided into three age groups: toddler through preschool, kindergarten-first grade, and second-third grade. The Easter Bunny will be present to greet the children, hand out treats, and pose for photo ops. Once again, some of the eggs will have monetary values marked on them and can be turned in at the egg hunt table for the amount marked on the egg. Bring your little kids and come out for this fun annual event.

The 2017 Klickitat County Livestock Growers Banquet held last Saturday was a great success. A very large gathering enjoyed the delicious prime rib dinner and all the fun and entertainment. Josh and Jaecee Hoctor and Travis and Kelly Miller were among those who put in many hours in planning and preparing for this annual event. During presentation of awards, Jerry Throop was honored as recipient of the O.P. Kreps Memorial. Jerry and Margaret’s family was in attendance for this special occasion, including all four of their grandchildren. Congratulations, Jerry, on your very deserving honor.

Spring break for Glenwood School students and staff begins this Saturday, April 1. We ask drivers to please be a little more aware that children may be riding bikes and walking around town during the days. We hope everyone has a fun, safe spring break.

The Glenwood Women’s Club Comfort Cases project is really gaining momentum. Several more donations have been received from the Dollar Store and Walmart, as well as monetary donations from generous supporters. The club is getting close to having enough supplies to fill at least a few of the backpacks and deliver them to the local Department of Family and Children’s Services office in White Salmon.

One couple who sent in a donation requested their donation be made in memory of a cousin who recently passed away and had been a foster child when young. If any readers would like to donate in memory of a loved one, this is certainly a very worthwhile cause. If you would like to find out more about this very needed, very worthwhile project, please contact Carla Dillenburg at 364-0012 or Mary Pierce at 364-3344. The information is also posted on the Glenwood, WA facebook page.


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