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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON MAY 20, 2015-- COMMUP4ITY Whitmore- Watson team competes in Bloornsday Run in Spokane Bickleton High School gradqation is Sunday, June 7, at 2 p.m. These are the six graduates: Lindsay Brown, Joe Cardenas, Colt Hanson, Kelsey Spalding, Clint Strad- er and Mike Underwood. Melinda Whitmore, her daughter, Kate and son-in-law Chris Watson, East End j o i n e d more News t h a n 40,000 .... Ada Ruth other Whitmore people in t h e Blooms- day Run in Spokane on May 3. : All three of them fmished the " race. Chris Watson clocked in on the 7.4 mile run at 58 min- utes, which placed him at 1,746th. Kate placed 3,917th, in 1 hr. 5 minutes. Melinda placed 21,730th at 1 hour, 55 minutes. Congratulations to all of you. Tom and little grandson Warner hung out at several of the toy stores. Here at our place we re- ceived 1-1/2 inches of rain last week in two days! I never even thought about turning on the sump pump before we went to bed so we had a lot of water in our house again. That usually happens when the snow goes off in the spring so we did not expect it this time of the year. : Twin Bridges Museum prepares open for season June 6 Seeking volunteers that like to cook! 'Senior meals' at Lyle Lion's Club is in need of cooks to join the crew. Do you like to cook, enjoy talk- ing about garden- ing, food? They want you to help prepare a home- made meal every Tuesday between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. (or any portion of time you can spare). They lost two long time cooks; one to a paying job and another vol- unteer commitment. Step up and show the willing judges, (the seniors themselves) your cuisine talent and make everyone happy Con- tact Sherri 360-608-5916. A buzz of physical activi- ty has been sporadic around the Twin Bridges Museum, priming it for the seasonal opening on Saturday, June 6. Displays are being replaced to have everything look new and fresh. They are still Lyle News Mildred Lykens looking for family military memorabilia as a salute to our Lyle heroes. These items can be 'on loan' of donated, and photos can be scanned while you wait so as to keep origi- nals in your pos- session. The re- cent passing of a few of our local pioneers has gar- nered the muse- um many 'new' items to be dis- played for years to come. They are also hoping to ac- quire new able bodied vol- unteers and much needed funds to keep the doors open. A buzz of audio activity filled the air around the Lyle/Balch cemetery last Saturday as many volun- teers joined forces for the annual clean up. The resi- dents there can be proud of the work done in their mem- ory, by loved ones to honor their passing and make it to presentable in preparation for the upcoming Memorial Day The annual 13 Mile Yard Sale is scheduled for June 20, so get your yard or garage ready to join the sell- ers in getting rid of those 'special' items that can gath- er dollars instead of dust. You know that item that you received, that you really had no use for, but was afraid to 'regift' for fear of giving it back to the person who gave it to you? Well, this is a good way of getting rid of it. And that particular item that didn't quite fit into your d6cor...just might fit per- fectly in theirs. With hun- dreds of shoppers, cruising through the counN gather- ing yesterday's treasures; keep in mind...One man's junk is another man's an- tique. Submit your news to: Mil- dred Lykens: 365-0060 - Sign up for Bike Tour The play "Pugly" per- formed on Saturday by stu- dents in grades K-5 at the school received rave reviews. It was described as excellent and the leading actor gave a very talented per- formance that brought the audi- ence to tears. The play was produced and directed by Jennifer Hasty who volunteered her time and ener- gy to give this the- ater experience to the students with the assis- tance of the school music teacher. What a wonderful ex- perience to have. At their meeting on May 6, the Community Council dis- cussed the airport on Lake Road, which was constructed without approval by the plan- ning department and without input by the neighbors. An airport is not an accepted use in the ag zone it occupies. After taking a field trip to see the airport, the Council decid- Trout Lake News Newswriters ed to write a letter to Klickitat County Planning Department about it. Please contact Tim Webster who is the current president of the Council if you have concerns or input about this airport at 2366. , Summer is com- ing, and with it the annual Mt. Adams Bike Tour to be held on June 27 from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Registration and all of the routes start at the school, which has a beautiful view of Mt. Adams as a perk. To register go to the Business Association web site at http://troutlakewashington.c am and click on registration. The Fair is still in the plan- ning stage and is still looking for volunteers to help with set up, take down and other tasks. If you can help, and please do so if you can, con- tact Dennis Hill at 2693. A pic- ture of the quilt being raffled off this year is posted on the Fair web site troutlakefair. Local students head to District track meet Glenwood's track stars, Greg Dec- hand, Becca Hallenbeck and Forrest Putnam will be representing our school at the High School District Track Meet in Ephrata on Friday, May 22. The High School Regional Track Meet will be held on Saturday, May 23; so it will be a busy weekend for these athletes! Best wishes to each of them for success in their events! Glenwood Grange mem- bers will serve coffee and cookies at the Mt. Adams Cemetery on Saturday and Sunday, May 23 and 24, from 10 a.m. until 3 p.m. They will also provide seating so that cemetery guests may sit and enjoy vis- iting with others as well. The Mt. Adams Cemetery Board ensures that Gienwood News Glenwood Homemakers we have one of the nicest cemeteries around. Be sure to thank Dan Hath- away, Kelly Henderson or Kay Hooden- pyl for their efforts when you see them! Due to a dry end to last year and an even drier be- ginning to 2015 - Klickitat County Fire District 8 will be implementing a burn ban ef- fective June 1. Wow! What a special party to celebrate Charlene Gimlin Cortez and Tillie Williams' 80th birthdays! Charlene and Tillie were thrilled as more than 100 well-wishers made their day extra special on April 25. The ladies would like to extend a big thank you to everyone who helped Klickitat County girls, ages 14-19 as of Jan. 1, are invited to try out for the title of 2016 Ketchum Kalf Rodeo Queen. Tryouts including a horseman- ship pattern, personal interview, arena run in, parade and breakfast appear- ances will be held June 20 and 21 dur- ing the 81st Ketchum Kalf Rodeo. Please contact Queen Coordinator Roxie Clemmer at (509)364-3539 or clem- by June 10 if you have questions or are interested in try- ing out to be the next Ketchum Kalf Rodeo Queen! Coming events: May 27: Baccalaureate at the Pioneer Memorial Community Church at 7 p.m. June 5: Eighth grade promotion at 7 p.m. with the food and decorations that June 6: High school graduation at 2 made the party such a success, p.m. org. It is beautiful piece of work. The fair is so lucky that Trout Lake is the home of an amazing group of quilters who are willing to direct their energy to creating a quilt for the Fair each year; truly an heirloom piece, which could be yours for the price of a raf- fle ticket. Tickets will be on sale at the Saturday Market beginning June 27. It is truly worrisome weather, so hot and dry for this time of year. All of the roads in the forest are snow free and passable including FR 23 to Randle and FR 80 to Cold Spring Campground, which is totally unusual. Let's hope we have a lot of rain to reduce the fire danger, which is predicted to be very high this season. ........ Jumpstarting a HealthLj Summer Together! #o#" Saturday, Hay 30th 7:00-11:00AH at the Hospital free b PreFxpress BLOOD TESTS WELLNESS SCREEN $30.00 CBC, Metabolic & Cardiac/Ch01esterol Screen HgbA1c Glyc0hemogl0bin $16.00 * PSA $16.00 TSH $16.00  Prostate Thyroid 12 Hour Fast Required- WATER ONLY Last Name TIME DATE Starts With: 7- 11:00 Fri May 22 N, Z 7-11:00 Wed May 27 N - Z Blood Tests are done at KVH Conference Rooms *Pick-up your Results at the Wellness Express on May 30th and get a FREE Interpretation with a KVH Provider Blood Tests also available at the Wellness Express For more information on Blood Tests call 773-4022 or visit