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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON MAY 16, 2012 -- A5 C M M U N I T Y Kudos Allaway, students for spring concert Debbie Allaway directed the annual Glenwood School Spring Concert on May 9. The program began with the kindergarten through sec- ond grade students singing songs, Making Stone Soup and Stone Soup, and doing a dance from the play, Stone Soup. Third through fifth graders appeared in a cute play called The Case of the Missing Part of Speech - A Melogrammar. The play featured Kin- ley Troh as Professor McMertrue who was looking for a particular part of speech that was missing from a speech she was writing. She was aided by Det. Hargraves (Lilly Molneaux) and Hector the dog (Bailey Gimlin) as they ex- plored various parts of speech. Each part of speech sang an explanation of their purpose as they tried to help Prof. McMertrue find the part she was look- ing for. Parts of speech included Herb the Verb (Andy McFall); Nouns (Nick Palmer, Carmen Guzman, Erika Her- nandez, Kaitlyn Masden, Ashley Mar- latte, and Nahaleigh Schuster); Adjec- tive (Brian Whitefield); Adverb (Bella Couch); Preposition (Derek Gimlin); Interjection (Mar- quis Tyndall); Conjunction (Liam McLaughlan); and Pronoun (Max Jacobsen). The program concluded with the middle school and high school bands consoli- dating to perform, Procession from the Water Music, the theme from Chariots of Fire, The Man From Snowy River, and God Bless America. While rodeo season is just getting underway for 2012, the Glenwood Rodeo Association Queen Coordinator, Roxie Clemmer, is already organizing tryouts for the 2013 Ketchum Kalf Rodeo Queen. Girls who are interested in try- ing out must contact Roxie by May 21 at (509)364-3539 or clemmerinc@wild- blue.net Tryouts will include a horse- manship pattern, parade appearance, personal interview and arena run-ins during the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo, June 16 and 17 in Glenwood. Age require- ments are between 14 and 19 as of Jan. 1, 2012. Plans are underway for the annual Glenwood Rodeo parade on Sunday, June 17. Parade entrants are asked to pre-register by June 10 this year. Please contact Chris Kuhnhausen at (509)364- 3627 or 75 Lakeside Road, Glenwood, WA 98619 for a parade entry form. All types of entries are being sought in- cluding individual and group walkers, bikers, floats, musical entries, equestri- an groups and individuals, trucks, trac- tors, cars - both new and antique, polit- ical entries, etc. Coming Events: May 23: Awards Banquet, 6:30 p.m. June 1-3: Klickitat Trek Endurance Ride June 2: PTO Community Days bazaar and yard sale. June 2: PMCC youth yard sale and pancake feed at the church from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. Meterorite info presented by PSU professor at men's club meeting With beautiful blue skies happening quite often as of late, the clear cold nights have been spectacular for sky watching. After a winter of cloudy starless evenings it has been great to once again be amazed at the amount of stars we are fortu- nate enough to be able to see here in Trout Lake. If watching isn't your thing but you still love the stars, then maybe some hands on experience would be perfect and you'll get your chance on Thursday, May 24. If you ever wanted to know more about meteorites and shooting stars, then you will want to hear Dick Pugh. Dick has been studying meteorites all his adult life and is a leading authority on the subject. He has taught at many different institutions including Cleve- land High School in Portland. Cur- rently he is a pro- fessor at the Casca- dian Institute of Meteorites at Port- land State Univer- sity. He will bring with him $15,000 worth of meteorites so you can see and handle them. Dick will speak at the Grange at 7 p.m. on May 24, for the Trout Lake Men's Club. The public is welcome. In the morning he will be speaking to the students of Trout Lake School. Graduation time First Aid classes begin Saturday at Activity Center Gorge Networks is now offering higher internet speeds for Lyle. Between passing emails and a telephone interview, a Gorge Network representative explained the new set up as fol- lows: "The Wifi at (inside) the Activity Center is still free to the public. We have just installed a new wireless access point which gives the residents a higher speed connection than they previously enjoyed. We can now get people up to 3Mb (megabites) broadband internet where we were only getting 1.5 Mb before; so twice as fast. We just want residents of Lyle to know that this is an option for them if they are interested in faster internet for video streaming, gam- ing, etc. A recent tower upgrade means residents in downtown Lyle (One block north of Hwy 14 and all areas south of Hwy 14) and Rowena can now get this up- grade. The new site is west of Rowena and Lyle on the Washington side of the river, so if you have a view in that direc- tion, please give our sales department a call to get started, (541) 386-8300 ext. 301." The Lyle-Balch Cemetery was buzzing with worker bees on Saturday, Although this year the clean up was scheduled a week earlier than usual, many turned out and cleaned their family plots. From one end to the other workers joined forces and took on the challenge of a year's accumulation of leaves, pine cones and needles from the many trees inside the ceme- tery. Old flower arrangements were replaced with new ones in hopes that Memorial Day visitors will find it as clean and green as possible. Those unable to join the group will fred per- sonal time to honor their loved ones resting place before then. A First Aid/CPR class is being offered at the Activity Cen- ter on May 19, from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Please contact Risi Howard at jprscrprs_bugzy@yahoo.com This month's Lyle Community Council meeting normally held on the fourth Monday each month has been canceled due to a lack of quorum because of a vacationing board member. Submit your news to: Mildred Lykens: 365-0060 - lykensme@embarqmail.com Thank SAR volunteers this week Have you noticed a lot more people in town this week? They are possibly Search and Rescue volunteers that are here this week for the conference being held at the fairgrounds, where they will be taking many different classes this whole week. If you see a person that you know to be a search and rescue volunteer, please thank them for all they do to rescue someone or help save lives. Maybe someone in your family has need- ed their services at one time. These volunteers do not get paid, so a Thank You would really help. There will be a public demon- stration of many things these vol- unteers do in their rescue at- tempts. You can even see Insitu from Bingen, demonstrate how their Drone works. And if the weather co- operates, there will also be a lifeflight demo. The public is invited at 11:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. this Saturday, May 19, at the Fairgrounds. Do you own your home but are unable to struggling to make ends meet, senior citi- zens on limited income, veterans, or handi- capped individuals unable to complete the work themselves. To apply for this 'A Brush With Kindness' project, call Pat Brim-Williams (773-4585 or 509-439-2992 and leave your name, number, address, and email. Applications will be available at Goldendale United Methodist Church office the last week in May. Other community volunteers or corporate teams can sign up to volunteer for this summer project. We also are looking for sponsors for the next project - $50 -$500. Sponsors will be men- tioned in all publicity and be honored at the dedication of the project party when project is finished. Golden Pine Alpacas in Goldendale is holding an Open Farm Day on May 19 from 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. Visitors can see the alpacas in glorious coming Marilyn Meyer of Shore- line, passed away this past week. She was a former resi- dent here for many years and the wife of Pastor Bill Meyer Also, Jim Wright, husband of Susan Read Wright, passed away this past weekend. He is also survived by two sons Shane (Laura) and J. J. (Heather) and three little granddaughters. Peggy Naught Woodard of Goldendale has been visiting with her son Joshua in Alaba- ma. He is stationed there in the Coast Guard. afford to paint the exterior? Do you need help with hauling away your junk, minor landscaping and weatherization? A Goldendale community-based "A Brush With Kindness" project (affiliated with the Tri-Cities Habitat for Humanity) will be using volunteers, donated materials, exterior paint contributed by Valspar na- tionally, and a no-interest minimal loan (10% of the costs not to include paint or work by volunteers) to make repairs afford- able and help low-income homeowners in Goldendale continue to live independently and securely in safe homes. Eligibility de- pends on need, ability to pay, willingness to partner with ABWK and includes families full fleece- one week before shearing. . Mark your calendar : bac- Open Farm Day will feature haltering  calaureate services at church and leading demonstrations. Baskets of May 30, at 7 p.m.; high school fleece will be available for touching. Visi- tors can see needle-felted teddy bears, purs- es and decorative pillows and watch needle- felting artist Glenda Buschman create a teddy bear from Golden Pine alpaca fleece. For more information about the event and directions to Golden Pine Alpacas call 509-773-6184 and ask for Pat or Barb, or visit www.goldenpinealpacas.com Send your article to my new address at hearsgoldendale@qnect.net. graduation June 3, at 3 p.m. Kindergarten promotion day and eighth grade promotion programs are June 6; kinder- garten at 11 a.m. and eighth grade at 1 p.m. On May 29, at 6:30 p.m., there is spring awards program for high school students. Thursday is senior bus day to The Dalles. Check in with Linda Lasley if you intend to take the cemetery tours on May 21. 3oldendale Pregnanc 3 Resource Center Hours: Tuesday & Friday: 11 - 4:30 Thursday: 1 - 4:30 Pregnancy 8 Parenting Support and Supplies Earn While You Learn FREE  CONFII)ENTIAL 509.773.5501 Picture can do far more than words can ever Say. A/1 I can say is WOW!!! 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