- NWS Seattle: Morning Temps 20’s - 30’s
- You Can’t Make This Stuff Up: Chicken, Moose, Kittens
- Gov’t Shutdown: Third Week, Federal SNAP Endangered, WA TANF Safe
- WA State Library: Adult Learning Opportunities
- Lewis County Sheriff’s Office: January 9 Declared Law Enforcement Day
- Today: CACLMT Energy Assistance Applications Open
- Wednesday: Yoga In Toledo!
- Toledo High School Sports: January 2019
- Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Forms, Fun & More
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Adult Spanish class Monday night has room for a couple more students.
National Weather Service Seattle warns:
You Can’t Make This Stuff Up:
KATU News: Not for pick-up: Spilled chicken cause traffic problems
The Cherokee County Emergency Management Agency posted a notice on its Facebook page...
PUBLIC SERVICE ANNOUNCEMENT
The Cherokee County Sheriff's Office is asking that no one try to stop to get the chicken tenders that were spilled from the 18 wheeler accident last night on Highway 35. You're creating a traffic hazard! It's a crime to impede the flow of traffic.
Those cases have been on the ground for over 24 hours and are unsafe to consume.
KTUU, Anchorage - ANCHORAGE, Alaska (KTUU) — A moose walked into the lobby of Wise Physical Therapy in Anchorage Monday for a few minutes of warmth and to graze on some fresh greens. The office is on the campus of Alaska Regional Hospital.
Hospital spokesperson Kjerstin Lastufka says the moose gained entry to the building after an automatic door got stuck open because of the cold.
AFP: Fur-midable: Singapore foils cat-in-trousers smuggling bid
Singapore immigration authorities said Tuesday they had foiled a bid to smuggle four kittens into the city-state stuffed down a man's trousers after hearing meows coming from the suspect's crotch.
USA Today reports: Government shutdown: Congress back at work, Trump to give prime-time address. Will it matter?
5:40 AM EST
Excerpt: Congressional Democrats will take another stab at reopening shuttered federal agencies this week and President Donald Trump will take his case for a border wall directly to the American people as the partial government shutdown stretches into one of the longest in history...
But the shutdown, now in its third week, is almost certain to go on through the remainder of this week and possibly longer.
CNN posted: Millions could lose food assistance if shutdown drags on
Updated 6:36 PM ET, Mon January 7, 2019
Excerpt: Funding for food stamps, school lunches and nutrition for pregnant women and young children is expected to run out next month if the impasse isn't resolved, experts say.
Washington Department of Social & Health Services clarifies:
What would happen with Welfare or Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF)?
If you receive cash benefits through Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) there are no anticipated impacts to benefits if a federal government shutdown were to occur.
How would my food benefits be affected?
If you receive food benefits that come from federal funding (Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) or the Food and Nutrition Service (FNS), funded through the United States Department of Agriculture) and there was a government shutdown, services would not immediately be impacted.
Washington State Library: State Library helps provide adult learning opportunities
Washington state residents who want to get ahead in education or a career but lack a high-school diploma or English skills can now get help close to home. Educational partnerships between community colleges, local libraries, and the Washington State Library are providing the help residents need to advance toward their life goals.
In High School 21+, an adult learner can turn life experiences into credits toward a high-school diploma, and take classes at two-year colleges that cover high-school curriculum. HS 21+ expands these educational opportunities from college campuses into libraries statewide, where college instructors will help students move ahead toward that next job or school goal that a high-school diploma will enable.
Integrated Digital English Acceleration (I-DEA) teaches English-language skills to adult learners who face the largest language gaps. A 31-week series of online lessons on English as a second language are supplemented with in-class instruction and practice time to build functional fluency. I-DEA students rapidly gain a set of language skills that are useful in both their everyday lives and their careers.
~ from For Your Information, Washington State Library Winter 2018-2019 Newsletter
Lewis County Sheriff's Office posted:
The LCSO would like to thank the Lewis County BOCC and the Lewis County Chaplaincy Service for today’s proclamation marking Wednesday January 9th as Law Enforcement Appreciation day for all of our law enforcement here in Lewis County. What a great community we have.
Not Strictly Toledo: Health and Hope Medical Outreach
Located at 1911 Cooks Hill Rd. Centralia. (NW Pediatrics - West Building)
Health & Hope Medical Outreach provides FREE walk-in medical care and Mental Healthcare to the uninsured and underinsured of Lewis county and South Thurston county.
Today: Lewis County - CACLMT Energy Assistance
Community Action Council of Lewis, Mason & Thurston Counties (CACLMT) announces 2 methods for low-income households to apply for Energy Assistance
We will reopen to schedule appointments on Friday, January 4 for Thurston County, Lewis County will be opening on January 8, and Mason County will be opening on January 9.
Phone lines open at 7:00am and the internet will open at 9:00am.
Please be patient when calling the agency’s phone lines.
*Washington State Low Income Home Energy Assistance Program
**Puget Sound Energy's Home Energy Lifeline Program
Also Today: Uke Lessons 1:00 – 3:00pm Weekly on Tuesday
All skill levels welcome
Cafeteria @ Tribal Housing, 107 Spencer Road
Contact Roxi, firstname.lastname@example.org
Tomorrow: Wednesday Night Yoga!
Mark Your Calendar: January 26 - Girls & Boys Basketball Comedy Night Fundraiser
Comedians from Ryan Stiles Comedy Club (from “Who’s Line Is It Anyways & The Drew Carey Show” ) is coming to Toledo. Girls and Boys Basketball Team is selling tickets if interested. All ages are welcomed. Location will be at Toledo High School.
Tix available from high school girls or boys basketball player or stop in at the high school.
Toledo High School Sports: January 2019
January 9th @ Morton White Pass 5:45/7:00
January 11th @ Mossyrock 5:45/7:00
January 12th vs. Kalama 5:45/7:00
January 18th vs. Adna 5:45/7:00
January 23rd @ Winlock 5:45/7:00
January 25th @ Kalama 5:45/7:00
January 29th vs. Toutle Lake 5:45/7:00
January 8th @ Kalama 5:45/7:00
January 10th @ Onalaska 5:45/7:00
January 15th vs. Rainier 5:45/7:00
January 17th vs. Adna 5:45/7:00
January 22nd @ MWP 5:45/7:00
January 8th @ Toledo 5:00** Senior Night
January 15th @ South Bend 5:00
January 8th @ Winlock
January 12th @ Napavine
January 15th @ South Bend 5:00
!!!! GO INDIANS !!!!
Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Fun & More
NEW!! January 26: Comedy Central ** Basketball Fundraiser
NEW!! February 15: Red Cross Blood Drive @ Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall
Through January 7: Chimis Mexican Restaurant Closed For Remodeling
January 10: Community Visioning Meeting @ Toledo High School
January 12: Fiber Workshop - Felted Scarf @ Morgan Arts Centre
January 15: Vision:Toledo Arts, Rec & Events 6:30 PM @ Morgan Arts Centre
January 30: Page Turners @ Toledo Community Library
January 30: Pick Your Chick Paint Night @ Morgan Arts Centre
March 23-24: Vernal Equinox Art Fair @ Morgan Arts Centre
Toledo Builds a High School
Information regarding the building of a new high school in Toledo, WA beginning in November, 2018. Regular updates.
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