- Review: Gallery 505 Opening Night - Return To Space
- NWS Seattle: New Snow Forecast
- Toledo School District: To Parents Of Schoolchildren - Internet Safety
- FDA: USDA, FDA Regulating Cell-Cultured Food, Statement on Biological Meds
- WA State RCO: Grant Applications For Development & Conservation On Farms
- OSPI: Deadline Extended for Nominations - Science
- Lewis County Department of Public Works: Adopt-A-Road Program
- Today: Toledo Food Bank, Cowlitz Prairie Grange Jam Night
- Weekend Outlook:Senior Center 2nd Saturday Breakfast, Gardening For Everyone
- High School Sports: March 2019
- Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Forms, Fun & More
Digging holes and planting trees in her “Belle” dress - like a “real” princess!
National Weather Service Seattle WA: New Snow Forecast
Daylight Saving Time:
Toledo School District wrote:
Dear Toledo Parents,
The internet is like a big city. There are amazing resources for art, music, socializing and learning. There are amusements and there is beauty. Like any big city, there are also areas that are dangerous. Just as you would supervise your children in a big city, steering them away from temptations that might lead them into harm’s way, we encourage you to supervise your children when they are online.
Be present when your child is using any online device, watch what they’re watching and discuss what they’re seeing. Talk to your children about how to respond if they encounter anything in the digital world that is scary or threatening. Children understand, “...makes you feel icky or scared”. Just as they would tell you if they had something troubling happen at the store, they should know they can come to you with something that happens online. Make conversation with children about what they are seeing and doing online a frequent practice.
Here are some resources for family internet safety practices:
As always, if you have questions or concerns, please contact your child’s school.
Toledo Middle School reported:
In other news: Toledo Middle School announces:
Friday night’s (3/8/19) dodge ball tournament has been cancelled due to a lack of teams!
FDA: News & Events
March 07, 2019 - USDA and FDA Announce a Formal Agreement to Regulate Cell-Cultured Food Products from Cell Lines of Livestock and Poultry
March 07, 2019 - Statement from FDA Commissioner Scott Gottlieb, M.D., on FDA’s steps on naming of biological medicines to balance competition and safety for patients receiving these products
Washington State Recreation and Conservation Office reports:
Did you know that Washington lost more than 2.6 million acres of farmland since 1950, a 15 percent drop, and about 700,000 acres of forestland since 1978?
The good news is that we're accepting grant applications for programs that provide landowners a way to receive income for development rights and conservation practices while keeping their farms and forests profitable and productive. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2ILJAef
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) posted:
FEEDBACK OPPORTUNITY! Provide feedback on our annual application for IDEA Special Education funds! You can provide feedback in person, via ZOOM, or via email.
Learn more: https://lnks.gd/2/9WVzJZ
Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction (OSPI) declared:
Great news! The National Science Foundation (NSF) has extended the deadline for the Presidential Award for Excellence in Mathematics and Science Teaching (PAEMST) to April 1!
Lewis County Permaculture Society’s Chrys Ostrander asks: Your Action is Requested!
Good news from Olympia: SB 5947, "Establishing the sustainable farms and fields grant program" passed the Senate!
This bill would create a competitive grant program through WSDA to fund projects that reduce greenhouse gasses and increase rates of carbon sequestration on farms and ranches.
However, now action is needed for it to get a hearing in the House Rural Development, Agriculture, & Natural Resources committee. We need to get farmers and ranchers, as many as possible in these legislators’ districts, to call and email to ask Chairman Blake to schedule SB 5947 for a hearing, and to speak in support of the bill. Take a look at the list, and call your representative encouraging support for SB 5947 and request specifically that a hearing for the bill be scheduled in the House Rural Development, Agriculture, and Natural Resources Committee. Rural Development, Agriculture & Natural Resources
Find your legislator
Cowlitz (P), Grays Harbor (P), Lewis (P), Pacific, Wahkiakum
Shewmake, Vice Chair
Clark (P), Cowlitz (P), Lewis (P), Thurston (P)
Cowlitz (P), Grays Harbor (P), Lewis (P), Pacific, Wahkiakum
Text of bill:
Lewis County Solid Waste Utility shared a post.
Lewis County offers an Adopt-A-Road Program for community members or groups interested in cleaning litter from county roadways.
Melanie Case posted: Let’s keep Lewis County clean! The Lewis County Department of Public Works Solid Waste Utility offers an Adopt-A-Road Program for community groups or like-minded friends and neighbors to pick up litter along county roads. Groups that adopt a local roadway will be loaned litter grabbers, hard hats, safety vests and road safety signs, and be provided with litter bags to fill and leave in a pre-determined spot for collection by a county crew. The groups must agree to clean their designated roadways a minimum of two times per year. Anyone interested in this program may call 360-740-1451 with questions or to request an application.
Toledo Hardware & Feed posted:
Today: Toledo Food Bank Open
Toledo Food Bank open 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. second and fourth Fridays monthly behind City Hall.
*Especially in demand - women's personal products, baby formula, food & diapers, paper goods (toilet paper), and pet food. Yes, pet food.
Friday Night: Cowlitz Prairie Grange Jam Night 7:00 p.m. second, fourth and fifth Fridays. Performers and supporters welcome. Donation at door. Contact email@example.com or (360)262-3696.
WSU LC Master Gardeners host Gardening For Everyone
Lewis County Solid Waste Utility invites: The Upcycling for Home & Garden will be at Gardening For Everyone on March 9 at Centralia College.
Toledo Senior Center invites you to their monthly Second Saturday Pancake Breakfast
March 9, 7-10 AM. Come enjoy great food and companionship. Visit with your neighbors and make new friends.
City of Toledo announcement: Planning Commission Vacancy
The City of Toledo is seeking one person to fill a vacancy on the Planning Commission. The Planning Commission acts as an advisory body to the City Council on all land use, and comprehensive planning issues. The Commission is specifically responsible for providing recommendations on subdivisions, zoning, annexation requests, reviewing and approving conditional use permits, approving business license, and is an integral part of the implementation of the Growth Management Act. The vacancy must be filled by a citizen of the corporate City limits of Toledo. All candidates must be a minimum of 18 years old and a registered voter.
If you are interested in the vacancy on the Toledo Planning Commission, please submit a letter of interest to:
Mayor Steve Dobosh
City of Toledo
PO Box 236
Toledo, Washington 98591
Or drop off a letter at Toledo City Hall, 130 North Second Street, Toledo. If you have additional questions regarding this vacancy, contact Toledo City Hall at (360) 864-4564.
City of Toledo
Toledo High School Sports - March 2019
March 8th vs Royal City @ Winlock 7:00 pm
March 9th vs. Capital High School @ Tumwater 9:00 am
March 9th vs. Black Hills @ Tumwater 10:00 am
March 11th @ Woodland 7:00
March 16th @ WF West 1:00
March 9th @ Mark Morris 12:00 bus @ 10:30 am
March 12th vs. Adna 4:00
March 14th @ Rainier 6:30 bus @ 2:10
March 15th vs. King’s Way 4:00
March 13th @ Winlock 4:00 bus @ 2:45
March 15th @ Rainier 4:00 bus @ 2:10
March 16th @ Seattle Academy 3:45 bus 7:00am
March 21st @ Toutle Lake 3:45 bus @ 1:55
!!! GO INDIANS !!!
Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Fun & More
Vision:TOLEDO reminder: Coming soon! If you have something BIG you want to announce or share, contact Mike Morgan 360-864-4342.
March 9: Second Saturday Pancake Breakfast @ Toledo Senior Center
March 12: SPED Resource Fair @ TES
March 14: Common Ground Toledo meeting @ TES
March 21: Toledo BIG Community Meeting @ Toledo Middle School
March 23: Third Annual Seed Swap @ Toledo Community Library
March 23: Classic Meatloaf Dinner & Magic Show @ Toledo Senior Center
March 23-24: Vernal Equinox Art Fair @ Morgan Arts Centre
May 4: Katie’s Kids Breakfast @ Toledo High School
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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