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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON _wz-~vr LI: JUNE 14, 2017 --5 ~' Glenwood's most exciting and many other items along weekend of the year is upon those lines. Any monetary us. The 83rd annual Ketchum donations will be given to the Kalf Rodeo will kick off on Veterans' Recreation Fund at Friday night, June 16, with the OVH. One hundred per- the Bull Bash at the cent of monetary rodeo arena. Thirty- Glenwood donations to this five top bull riders News fund are spent on from the Pacific the residents. If Northwest will com- Glenwood you have questions pete for a $10,000 Homemakers regarding what to purse under the donate, please con- lights. Food vendors and atact Jeannie Kuhnhausen at beer garden will be available. (509) 364-4167. Thank you, The rodeo takes place Satur- Glenwood Homemakers, for day and Sunday, June 17 and kicking off this project that 18, with grand entry at 12:30 will truly be a community- p.m. each day. This is a great wide effort. family event and a fun way to Cowboy Church will take treat Dad to a day out. Admis- place at the rodeo hall Sunday sion each day is $10 for adults, morning from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. $3 for kids 12-4, and free for Pastor Butch Hallenbeck will ages 3 and under, lead the service. There will be Don't forget the annual noregularserviceattheCom- Cowboy Breakfast at the munity Church that day. Fol- school from 6:30 a.m. to 10 lowing the church service, the a.m. on Sunday, served by the Ketchum Kalf Rodeo parade Glenwood Homemakers. We will beheld at 11 a.m. in down- also want to remind everyone town Glenwood. If you would of the collection boxes that like to enter the parade with will be available at the break- your bike, car, horse, or float, fast to collect items for the res- there's still time to sign up. idents of the Oregon Veterans' Please contact parade coor- Home. Many of the residents dinator Chris Kuhnhausen of the Veterans' Home have at (509) 281-0192 to obtain a little financial means, and parade entry form. Entries every day products and items will line up at the corner of that we all take for granted Division and Main at 10 a.m. are a luxury to them. Monday, June 12, is the last The Homemakers are day of school. Drivers, please spearheading this project, be aware there will be many but they want it to really be a more children, walking, run- community project. The goal ning, biking, and skateboard- is to collect items such as the ing around town. Swimming tasty 100-calorie snack packs lessons begin that same day of cookies and crackers, bot- and run for two weeks, from tled water, diet and regular noon to I p.m. each day at the pop, microwave popcorn, Hood River swimming pool. non-alcoholic beer and wine, We've had news from a for- mer Glenwood High School graduate. Kaylene Tyndall, daughter of Suzy Tyndall Wilkin, recently received her Masters of Social Work degree from Boise State Uni- versity. She will remain in Boise, where she has accepted a position offering counseling to adolescent children, adults, and families. Congratula- tions, Kaylene, on this great accomplishment. Summer worship times at the Community Church begin June 25. There will be no Sun- day school, and the worship service will begin at 10 a.m. Youth group for 6th - 12th grade will continue to meet over the summer on Sunday evenings at 6 p.m. Summer hours will go through Labor Day weekend. Maker Fun Factory Vaca- tion Bible School is coming to the Pioneer Memorial Community Church June 26- 30 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. each day, with a Fun Friday Finale at 6:30 p.m. This fun- filled week is for all kids ages 4 years old through 6th grade. It's the best week of summer, with amazing experiments, creative games, lip-smacking lunch, surprising adventures, and incredible music. Regis- tration forms are available at the church and the post office. Diana Notestine sends word she is hosting Goldendale's First Annual City-Wide Yard Sales event on June 16-17. So far, 46 yard sales have already signed up to participate in this large event. This was for- merly known as the 13+ Mile Yard Sale. Fourteen seniors walked in nity greenhouses and garden Lyle High School's graduation are getting some TLC in prep- ceremony on Saturday, June aration for the start of the next 3, with a crowd of staff, family school year. Big thanks go out and friends looking on. In the to Dirt Hugger in Dallesport midst of the gradu- for giving a great ates, some carry deal on 5 cubic with them dreams Ly[e News yards of top-quality and plans ranging potting soil Fund- from pre-med to a Mildred Lykens ing from the Gorge two-year nursing CommunityFounda- degree, dental assis- tion went toward the tant, engineering, purchase of the soil. medical and x-ray technology Also to Underwood Fruit & to military service. They will Warehouse Co. and Mt Adams either enter the work force; Orchard for the donation of enroll in community colleges, fruit boxes; they received vocational schools or four- makeovers into raised beds. year universities. Deb Sten- If you have any extra starts berg, Communications Direc- of fall crop seeds, the commu- tor / Executive Assistant to nity garden will put them to the Superintendent, reported, good use. And if you're look- in part, "We are proud of our ing for something to do this scholarship winners earning summer, how about helping a collective $68,750. We are with garden maintenance? especially gratefulfortheout- Send an email to deb.sten- pouring of financial support berg@lyleschools.org or call from the local community (509)365-2191. organizations that show their Fire Chief, Dave McCune confidence in our graduates reported: "The county burn and our community! Those ban is set to start July 1, and include local scholarships Lyle follows the county burn from the Lyle Alumni, Lyle ban. That said, it is plenty dry Lions, the Bertschi family, already and we have had some The Bryan family, Skyline small wildland fires. Rural 7 Hospital andDeanOldenburg, burn ban will start June We thank you all for your 12. One thing to note, it is dry generosity and belief in our down here along Highway 14, kids." Could be we should all even with the rain we have bestow our Congratulations had in the last few days it will and respect to the Lyle High only take a day or two of wind School Class of 2017, because and hot weather for things to of their diligent educators dry out. If people are burning and personal perseverance, or planning to burn how dry, wherever they go, they are hot, and windy it is should be prepared to contribute their talents and skills to whatever [ Gas Appliances profession they have chosen. ] Electrical Repair The Lyle School's commu- l Get your RV road readyl .S Bickleton High School Emily Hanson Cody Allenton 3.75-3.99 2016-2017 Kira Harvey Dawson Naught Adriana Gonzalez 2nd Semester Honor Roll Riley Brown 3.00-3.24 3.50-3.74 4.00 Cesareo Arriaga Dakota Riggs John Cardenas Rhys Chapman 3.50-3.74 Kyle Underwood Hayden Andrews Joseph Cummings Hall O'Banion Bickleton Junior High Nathan Hanson Leyla Gonzalez Michael Gannon School 3.25-3.49 Scott McBride Ethan Mains 2016-2017 Sarah Merfeld 3.75-3.99 Cody Strader 2rid Semester Honor Roll 3.00-3.24 Hannah Delbrook Aryanna Guillen 4.00 Sawyer Luther Katrina Cardenas 3.25-3.49 (none) Jacob Merry Service & Repair. I come to you! BRUCE HENDERSON 541-993-5982 LICENSED & CERTIFIED ~ considered before burning. If you are burning and it gets away from you, you could be held liable for damages and cost of fighting the fire, with or without a burn ban. Think before you start a burn." :, It seems that I'm in that age :? group that is losing friends more frequently than I wish. Besides the passing of Lyle's highly respected and loved, Jim Curl, another one of my all time favorite friends took i! her last breath a week ago w on Saturday, June 3, at the Klickitat Valley Hospital. She L' succumbed to her off- and-on i: L% battle with pneumonia at the .[; age of 98. Hazel Morehead was a dear person with a smile that would light up a room, a :; grand sense of humor and love [z of her fellowman. Her celebra- , tion of life will be held at the Lutheran Church in Klicki- tat on Saturday, June 17, at 2 p.m. She was loving, she was special, and she will be sorely Li missed. 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