- Toledo BIG Community Meeting Next Week
- Ethan Siegel on Stephen Hawking
- Local Fundraiser Friday
- Today: Park Board, Senior Center, Grange Meetings
- Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Fun & More
Getting excited yet?
Toledo Middle School posted this video from Tuesday’s 7th & 8th grade band performance Tuesday, this one the 6th grade band, adding: We had a wonderful band concert tonight!
From Toledo School District Supt. Chris Rust: One of the things I’ve learned in my life is the impact that adverse childhood experiences can have on young people. Childhood trauma creates enormous barriers between a child and their goals. This week, Oprah Winfrey reported on the issue and how trauma informed care can help people overcome the effects of these experiences. The question “what happened to you?” is central to this practice.
Story from 60 Minutes featuring Oprah Winfrey here.
Toledo’s Astrophysicist Ethan Siegel posted: “His work, his life, and his scientific contributions made him an inspiration to millions across the world, including to me. But the combination of his achievements and his affliction with ALS — combined with his meteoric fame — often made him immune to justified criticism. As a result, he spent decades making false, outdated, or misleading claims to the general population that permanently harmed the public understanding of science. He claimed to have solutions to problems that fell apart on a cursory glance; he proclaimed doomsday for humanity repeatedly with no evidence to back such claims up; he ignored the good work done by others in his own field. Despite his incredible successes in a number of arenas, there are some major scientific lessons he never learned. Here’s your chance to learn them now.”
Come learn, for yourself, the 4 scientific ideas that Stephen Hawking never managed to learn and incorporate while he was still alive.
Full post on Stephen Hawkings.
Mark your calendars: March 16 Fundraiser for Neumann Family.
Today: Toledo Mighty Fine Seniors meet 1 PM second Wednesdays monthly to discuss the business side of things. Find out what’s cooking, and while you’re there…
Also Today: Toledo Park Board Meets 3 PM second Wednesdays monthly.
Cowlitz Prairie Grange 6:30 p.m. meeting is a potluck second Wednesdays, cake-and-ice-cream affair fourth Wednesdays. Getting in gear for this year’s Gas Show and Threshing Bee 4th week of August. Grange Hall at 5180 Jackson Highway. Contact Sandy Bickar, (360)864-2601.
Check in with The Chip Guy on warehouse hours and updates.
Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Fun & More
For Technology: Southwest Washington Interdependent Robotics League.
On Thursday March 15th, starting at 1:00pm, Wahkiakum School District and Wahkiakum 4H will be hosting the first annual Wahkiakum Wohbot Wohundup. There will fun for all ages as robots run in a variety of events...
Toledo School District will be helping us kick off this inaugural event as the first in a series of robotic encounters being planned for next year in SWIRL, the Southwest Washington Interdependent Robotics League. Come on in and check out what students are learning in robotics.
Full Press Release in Thursday Column.
For more details, please see website at: https://wahkiakumwohbotwounhdup.wordpress.com/
Jennifer A. Berry
Toledo High School
For Farmers: vision:Toledo posted ATTN: TOLEDO FARMS! It is not too late to get your information in this year’s Lewis County Farm Guide. Last year through combined efforts we distributed over 9000 copies! That’s a lot of eyes seeing where you’re at and what you have to offer! If you or anyone you know would like to have your information in this year’s Farm Guide please visit us on our webpage: http://extension.wsu.edu/lewis// to apply online or download a hard copy form. Deadline for applications is March 15.
For Growers: Friends of the Toledo Library bring you the 2nd Annual Seed Exchange March 17. Click on link for details.
Fundraiser: Comedy Night Toledo Youth Baseball Fundraiser March 17 At Donna’s Place.
Click on link for details.
For The Arts: VEAF - Vernal Equinox Artist's Fair at Morgan Arts Centre March 24th & 25th.
Open 10 AM - 5 PM each day.
For The Love of Reading: TES PTO declares: It's that time of year again and the Toledo PTO is planning our annual Reading Night March 29. Click on link for details.
Flowers: Third in a series, Paint Night At Morgan Arts Centre - Tulips - 6:00 - 8:30 PM on March 29. Hosted by Joan and Sue's Art Classes.
Tulip Theme - Choose between two styles
Paint Nights are a great opportunity for artists from beginner to advanced to spend creative time together.
Bring friends and plan to make new ones.
Themes and planned designs will allow you either follow along or paint outside the lines resulting in each person taking home a personal masterpiece.
Add Di Morgan's incredible gift of hospitality and we are all sure to have a super experience.
Phor Phlebotomy: Toledo Presbyterian Church will host the next Red Cross Blood Drive 12:30 - 5:30 PM March 30, and every 2 months following as long as enough donors get on board. Did you know you can book in advance? Contact Kathy Hill, 360-219-7756 for more info.
For The Sockless: Toledo Middle School shared:
Our Toledo Pride class is sponsoring a sock drive! All socks will be donated to Lewis County United Way.
Application deadline March 30: vision:Toledo posted Scholarship Association in Toledo Receives Major Gift of $50,000. Details in The Chronicle article at link above.
For more information, visit https://toledocommunityscholarship.wordpress.com/.
Toledo Community Library offers free Ukulele lessons beginning in April. Sign up in person.
LIBRARY HOURS: Wednesdays 10-7, Thursdays & Saturdays 10-5
For Teens: Applications are now being accepted for summer Ecology Youth Corps work, and must be received by April 6. Earn $11.50/hour for a 4-week session during either early or late summer session. Details and application online at www.ecology.wa.gov/eyc. Deadline April 6.
Foraging: Washington Dept of Fish & Wildlife affirmed: Razor clam digging outlook for SW Washington in March & April 2018. Updated February 27, 2018.
Tentative razor clam digs in March and April:
- March 16, Friday, 7:03 p.m.; +0.2 feet; Copalis, Mocrocks
- March 17, Saturday, 7:36 p.m.; +0.2 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Copalis, Mocrocks
- April 19, Thursday, 9:46 a.m.; -0.9 feet; Mocrocks
- April 20, Friday, 10:37 a.m.; -0.7 feet; Mocrocks
- April 21, Saturday, 11:34 a.m.; -0.4 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks (digging hours will be extended to 1 p.m.)
- April 22, Sunday, 12:38 p.m.; -0.1 feet; Long Beach, Twin Harbors, Mocrocks (digging hours will be extended to 2 p.m.)
Fun: Toledo Senior Center hosts their Fifth Annual Ladies Tea April 8. Tix now on sale $20. Hurry, these sell out fast!
Your continued support is critical as Lewis County Seniors move into their first year as a self-supporting non-profit entity. Toledo Senior Center aims to keep the lights on with monthly breakfasts, community meals, classes and special events.
Check out their 2018 Calendar of Community Events.
For The Kids: Brooke Sellards Acosta asks “Does your business or family want to support Toledo Youth Baseball? There are a couple ways to show your pride. I have attached forms to become a signboard and/or team sponsor. Family signboards are $200 the first year and $100 each year after that to renew. Message me if you are interested.”
Signboard Form 2018.pdf
For The Future: TES PTO Kids Garden is looking for garden sponsors, which ensures the continuation and improvement of this awesome program. If your family or business is interested, the form is below.
* Garden Sponsor Form 2017-18.docx
For The Future: Toledo Middle School PTO's posted: If you would like to help support our efforts to bring more laptops to Toledo Middle School please read this and spread the word. You can donate here. Thank you for your support of our kids.
Full details posted in 02.23.2018 Friday Column.
Finally: Vision:TOLEDO announces Sign up forms for (2018) Cheese Days Parade and vendor booths. Full information about the parade can be found here:
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