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Toledo Middle School handed out Toledo Pride T-shirts Monday!
Mrs. Bannan, Miss Welch and Mr. Schaplow handed out Toledo Pride shirts!
TES PTO’s Brooke Sellards Acosta posted:
April Garden Science - "Trees"
×In observance of Earth and Arbor Days this month, students learned about trees and the gifts that they provide.
×Students sampled a simple kale salad made from kale and garlic from the garden.
×Thanks to a generous donation from Weyerhaeuser, each student took home a Douglas-fir seedling. They should be planted as soon as possible, preferably into a 1 gallon pot until next winter.
Brooke’s post: Garden Club will start Tuesday, April 24th (today).
Garden Club Sign-Up Doc link.
If there are community members interested in volunteering please message me.
From Katie Gale: Just a quick note of the change in the PTO General Membership Meeting. It was scheduled for next Wednesday but due to conflicts, has been moved to Thursday, April 26th at 3pm in the Toledo Elementary School Library. Hope to see you all there!
Original post here.
Ben Maestas shared a post: Big thanks…
...to some awesome helpers with the strawberry field.
Cafe Aromaz sneak peek: Fence is almost done, then gardening/landscaping and patio furniture put out…
...I can hardly wait.
Di Morgan reminds: Have you sign-up your children for the Morgan Arts Centre's summer classes yet?
July 16-19 Picasso week #1 - clay and sculpture.
July 23-26 Picasso week #2 drawing & painting.
Children's Theatre Workshop July 30-August 3…
(T)hese camps are filling up: P#1 has just 3 spaces left, P#2 has 12 spaces left, and CTW has room for 8 more children.
Need a form? Text or message me or stop by Gallery 505 and pick one up.
Lewis County Seniors shared an event: