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GOLDENDALE, WASHINGTON OCTOBER 31,2018--5 C Glenwood lost two dearinvited to have dinner at the ladies last week. We extend church at 5 p:m followed by our deepest condolences a fun evening of music, bible to the family of Jeannette learning, and games. That Clemmer. Jeannette passed evening they will be pack- away quietly and peacefully ing shoeboxes for Operation last Friday evening, with Christmas Child. Feel free her loved ones by her side. to send items such as full- She leaves her husband, Jim size bars of soap, soap hold- Sr and son and daughter-in- ers, washcloths, brushes and law, Jim Jr. and Roxie here combs, school supplies, and in Glenwood; her clothing items such granddaughter D.J. Glenwood as shirts and simple Walker and her hus- dresses. All items band G.W. and their must be new. son Cody in Moxee; Gi nwood Don't forget the grandson Kelly Womens'Ctub annual Veteran's Clemmer and his Day program on wife Susan of Van- Tuesday, Nov. 13, presented couver and their children by Glenwood students and Dakody and Raelynn; and staff. The program will be grandson Casey Clemmer and in the gym, beginning at 8:30 his wife Traci of Camas and a:m. We urge all Glenwood their children Courtney and residents and who are veter- Jackson. She was preceded ans to attend, as this program in death by her son Terry is meant to honor you. This is and daughter Cathy. At Jean- always a very meaningful, nette's request, there will be moving program. no service. We are so sorry Here's another chance to do for your loss, Clemmerfamil . some Christmas shopping in We were also saddened to Glenwood. A Winter Bazaar hear of the passing of Ann will be held at the Glenwood Beveridge last week. Ann Grange Hall on Saturday, made many elose friends Nov. 17 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. during her many years in Please join bazaar host and Glenwood and will be fondly Glenwood resident Vicky remembered by all who knew Mitchem as a vendor or guest. her. Our deepest condolences Crafters and direct sales are to Ann's family, welcome. Contact Vicky at Congratulations to Frank Lorton and his football team (360) 270-2344 or cleanwith- for more for their fourth-plaee finishin information. Youth League football. Frank The Community Thanks- has worked hard this season and is following in big brother giving Dinner, hosted by Glen- Austin's football footsteps, wood Community Church, Frank and Austin are the will be Nov. 18 at 4 p.m. at sons of LeeAnn Burgin and the school. Meat and potatoes grandsons of Oop and Diane will be provided, Those whose Btirgin. Way to go, Frank. last names begin with A-G The Klickwood girls' vol- should bring hot sides and/ leyball team finished their or dessert. Those whose last regular league season with a names begin with H-Z should. win against Trout Lake last bringcold sides, salads; andl Friday night. The game was or dessert. a continuation of the match, The Glenwood Women's that ended abruptly in the Club is hoiding a quilt raffle middle of the third game to raise funds for the Comfort due to a power outage awhile Cases for Children project. back. After the varsity girls Please contact Mary Pierce, finished with a solid win in Carla Dillenburg, or Eliza- three games from both nights beth Vandeburg if you would of play, the Klickwood junior like a chance to win a beau- varsity played three games, tiful, hand-made, twin-size We are so proud of all the quilt that features horses-- Klickwood girls, not only for perfect for any little cowgirl their successful season, but or cowboy, or as a couch for their sportsmanship on throw. Tickets are $1 each or and off the court. Check with six for $5. The drawing will be Jaecee at the school office on held at the Community Din- Thursday, Nov. 1, for possible ner on Nov. 18. Contact Carla State tournament times and Dillenburg if you have any dates, questions. Any support for Glenwood Community this project will be greatly Church will hold a Kids Jam appreciated. Tickets will on Nov. 2from 5 p.m. to 9 also be available at the Nov. p.m. Kids ages kindergar- 17 bazaar at the Glenwood ten through sixth grade are Grange Hall. ORTI IOI'EI)IC SURGEI?,Y SPORTS MEDICINE ACUPUNCTURE HOSPITALS OPItTHALMOLOGY shows, resorts and golf courses love the There's still time for you items on Saturday to set you the next two 'First Saturday to get your smoke detectors on the right track toward get- Breakfast's' as well as every checked out and perhaps ting your Christmas shop- Tuesday at Senior Meals dur' replaced for free. The Lyle ping done early. So set your ing the month of November Fire Dept. and the Red Cross mind to: Friday 9 a.m. to 5 and the first two weeks in are in cahoots to making you p.m. and Saturday 9 a.m. to 4 December. Let's get out there safe and sound for not only the p.m Nov.2 and 3, at the Lyle and help those less fortunate vinter months ahead, but for Activity Center, corner of Hwy than ourselves. all year long. Give yourself 14 and 3rd St. Around As long as we're and family peace of mind by lunch time you can talking along those calling (509) 365-2500 and set- treat yourself again LyleNews lines; there is a free ting up an appointment to get with their lunch spe- training program your home as safe as possible, cial of the day. How's Mildred Lykens coming up on Nov. Oh, yes--they have carbon thatfor not having to 9 and 10 and Nov. 16 monoxide detectors as well, cook or do the dishes? and 17, Fridays 6 a.m. so give them a call. I did, and Any questions, call to 9 p.m and Satur- now I feel like I'm better pro- Karen Beck at (541) 490-5673. days 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Some of tected and can sleep assured Start your Saturday right the topics are emergency pre- I'm safe. They also have good by joining your friends at the paredness, first aid and dis- instructions about setting up Lyle Lions' November Pan- aster psychology, fire safety, an escape plan on what to do cake Breakfast on Nov. 3. and light search and rescue. in case of emergencies. This month a special jar This is all sponsored by Corn: After thatheartybreakfast will be available for early munity Emergency Response on Saturday, mosey on down Christmas Food Box Project Team (CERT) members who to the Lyle's Christmas Craft for monetary donations, as are trainedto do initia!assess- Bazaar. Although it starts the well as a box for non-perish- ment of situations in case of day before, there will still be able food items. This cam- natural disaster that may be bunches and bunches of great paign will continue through helpfulto their neighbors until first responders can arrive. If interested in attending, please contact Lynette Black (lynette. with your name, e-mail, phone, and address. I want to brag a little: the First Baptist Church in Bin- gen packed 809 shoeboxes for the Samaritan Purse Project, Operation Christmas Child on Saturday. The boxes are filled with toiletries, school sup- plies, clothes, toys, trinkets, and treasures and sent all over the world to enlighten a child to the Grace of God. That's a very good count for that small congregation. It's nice to see people that have enough pride in their property to keep their yards neat and orderly and pleas- ant to drive by. Personal pride builds community pride, and Lyle is showing that more and more, You can now apply for tour- Goldendale Sentinel. ism money through the City Please get out and vote by of Goldendale. If you are an Nov. 6th. Your vote speaks individual or organization louder than your that wishes to enter into a words, and the post- contract or agreement with age is absolutely free the City for tourism informa- this year, or else drop tion and promotion services, it into a ballot box pick up an application at the near you. City. You will need to have Happy Halloween your application in to the city to everyone! There are plenty office by Wednesday, Nov. 7, of events going on in Golden- at 5 p.m. Details can be found dale on Oct. 31, especially in the Notices section of the the Trunk or Treat going on money from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on Main Street in Goldendale. There are between 600 and 1,000 kids who usu- Here's Goldendale DMna Notestine ally turn out, so if you want to give out candy or goodies, just back up your car on three blocks Of Main Street after 5 p.m, (not before). And, over at the High School Halloween event, from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m you can get in by bringing a couple cans of food. Our Goldendale Veterans Day Parade will be held on Sunday, Nov. 1i, at 2 p.m. this year.There are plenty of places to park along Simcoe Avenue or Columbus Street. If you want to stand, a good spot is on the Courthouse lawn or across the street from there by the Masonic Lodge. There will be no school Monday, Nov. 12, because of Veterans Day. DOUGIS RUNNING TO BE THE CITIZEN SHERIFF FOR ALL KLICKITAT COUNTY RESIDENTS WE ALL HAVE A ROLE IN OUR JOINT PUBLIC SAFETY BE A PATRIOT PROTECT OUR DEMOCRACY EXERCtSE YOUR RIGHTS AND VOTE! CmZENSHERtFF Oa UCKITmCOUNrf CASCADE ACUPUNCTURE CENTER, LLC The Dalles & Hood River Carola Stepper, LAc, RN retired & Associates CascadeAcupuncture.ora General Acupuncture .Practice with a focus on pain management ,Chinese herbal pharmacy Accept and bill most insurances, Worker's Comp, PIP claims Sliding fee scale, monthly payment plans, VISNMC No physician referral needed New Patients welcome 541-298-2378 PYIISICAL THERAPIST Goldendale has Acupuncture! Now Open! 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