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By Mildred Lykens
Lyle News 

They need a property manager


Happy 4th of July Everyone! I have one more chance to plead with you to take your fireworks to a designated area to enjoy them, and not in a residential area. Eliminate the threat to your own as well as other people’s property and even physical danger to yourselves by not even purchasing the illegal ones that shoot off skyward—or malfunction and veer off into unplanned designations. Damage is not always financial, but physical as well. Please, by all means, be careful.

The Lyle Community Council has posted a sign in the post office informing the public that their July and August meetings are canceled, but they will reconvene in September.

The Lyle Activity Center is looking for a Property Manager. It’s been a while since they emailed me and my memory is short, but they need someone to take over the business of scheduling events and coordinating the rentals. It’s a paid opportunity for someone; call Don Starkin at (360) 608-5916.

My encouragement to attend the Lion’s First Saturday Breakfast is because I believe in the organization and the people that belong to it locally. I am not discouraging you to any other breakfast in town, because I believe you are all adult enough to make your own choices. Nor do I wish to deprive another business of the sales they would acquire from that one day out of the month meal. I just want to help out those who give so generously back to the community in so many ways. The monies they make benefit the less fortunate with Lyle School scholarships, hearing aids, eye glasses, food for Christmas boxes, and so much more. So I’m just one person reminding you about an organization that I believe in, will give you a good meal for a small price, and give you a way to actually be helping them, help others. They’ll open the door on July 6 at 7 a.m. and serve until 10 a.m.

After that hearty breakfast, plan on visiting the Twin Bridges Museum. Their door opens a little later as their hours are noon to 5 p.m. each Saturday, June through September. When you visit, you will see the new Japanese display and what the volunteers have added to the military exhibit. The board has improved the room to make your visit an easy-on-the-eye and wheelchair accessible. There is no admission, but there is a quiet and unassuming donation jar next to the sign-in book.


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