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By Diana Notestine
Heres Goldendale 

Community dinner coming up

 

November 7, 2018



Halloween is over, and the children should have plenty of candy to last for a while. I remember when I was a kid, living in the big city, I really raked in the candy. It would last me until Easter of the following year. My mother always worried that my candy would start walking away on its own—meaning, get wormy.

The High School Trick or Treat event went well, says the Rocks of Gold rock painting group who had a couple tables of painted rocks to give away. They felt there were around 200 kids, considering the rock group had made over 300 rocks to gift to kids and adults alike. Everyone got so excited when they realized they could not only look at the pretty creations but actually take a rock, free. Several people asked about the rock group with interest and took the handout. The next date for actually painting rocks together will be Monday, Nov. 19 from 10 a.m. to noon at Jenerations Hair Salon on S. Columbus . Follow the Rocks of Gold Facebook for more information.

With Thanksgiving on its way this month, it is almost time for the Community Thanksgiving Dinner. You are invited to Fathers House Fellowship at 207 S. Klickitat Street on Thursday, Nov. 22nd at noon for a free dinner. You can also call for free transportation with Ogdens Mopar Limo Service (call 773-4114 or 250-6147). Potluck is welcome but not necessary. They will also do take-out and delivery.

A World War I living history presentation will be held by Washington State Park Ranger Mark Harris at the Stonehenge Visitor Center, located off Hwy 14 east of the Biggs Bridge, on Sunday, Nov. 11, at 6 p.m. This 90-minute interactive presentation is designed for all ages and concludes with a "first-person" account of a soldier's experience. This will be the final WW1 presentation of the year.

 

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