- Toledo School District: New THS Design Team Meets Tonight *
- FDA: News & Recalls - Pet Anesthetic, Legacy Losartan Expanded Recall *
- Toledo Community Library: Story Time, Adult Crafts, TRL Summer Reading *
- Health Corner: Epsom Salt As Herbicide - Just Say No! *
- Today: New THS Design Team Meets *
- Toledo High School Sports - April 2019 *
- Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Forms, Fun & More *
FYI Toledo High School brought us a great supply of Tomato plants, time to start gardening. We also have some beautiful pink baby's breath, flowers, and veggie starts. Seeds are here and ready to plant too!!
National Weather Service Seattle Washington posted:
Thunderstorms can occur in western Washington, but severe thunderstorms are rare. The NOAA NWS Storm Prediction Center has no thunderstorms for Washington state on Thursday.
Toledo School District: New THS Design Committee meets tonight
Toledo Community Library reports: Story Time, Adult Crafts, TRL Summer Reading
Aisha Bayness the Youth Services director at Winlock Library is going to start Story Time in Toledo. The first session will be on Wednesday May 22nd at 11:30. These sessions will last about half an hour and will include stories, music and activities. The second session will be on Wednesday June 5th and again will begin at 11:30. Story Time is geared toward the roughly 3-5 age group.
Deb Petersen, also from Winlock Library, is going to start Adult Craft activities at the Toledo Library. This will start with a rock painting class on Wednesday May 8th and will go from 10-11. The second class will be Google Cardboard and that will be offered on Thursday June 6th from 10-11 again at the Toledo Library.
On Thursday June 20th Aisha will be at the Toledo Library to sign up children and adults for the summer reading program TRL offers. Aisha will be handing out tote bags with information on the summer reading program and prizes being offered. This will take place in the morning.
Please come and enjoy the programs TRL (Timberland Regional Library) is making available to us!
Toledo Community Library Page Turners selection for May:
Say Hi to Charlie for me.
FDA: News & Recalls
Jurox Incorporated is Voluntarily Recalling Two Lots of Alfaxan Unpreserved, an Intravenous Injectable Anaesthetic
Jurox Incorporated has received two adverse event reports for lot #25955 and one adverse event report for lot #27787, involving five animals to date. Reasons for adverse event reporting included seizure, swelling of conjunctiva, respiratory arrest and a death.
Alfaxan unpreserved is an intravenous injectable anaesthetic for cats and dogs used in conjunction with other pre-anaesthetic medications. It is packaged into 10mL stoppered and crimped vials. The details of affected batches can be identified on the vial label and also on the base of the outer carton.
The affected batches were distributed throughout the USA to veterinary clinics through approved Jurox warehouses and distributors.
Legacy Pharmaceutical Packaging, LLC Expands Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Losartan Potassium Tablets, USP, 50mg Due to the Detection of Trace Amounts of N-Nitroso N-Methyl 4-amino butyric acid (NMBA) Impurity Found in the Active Pharmaceutical Ingredient (API)
NMBA is a potential human carcinogen. To date, Legacy has not received any reports of adverse events related to this recall.
Losartan Potassium USP is a prescription medication used to treat high blood pressure and congestive heart failure and is packaged in 30ct bottles.
Legacy Pharmaceutical Packaging, LLC is expanding its consumer-level recall of 3 repackaged lots Losartan Tablets USP 50mg to include one additional lot.
Lewis County Solid Waste Utility shared this post from WA DOE:
Every spring when Washington residents begin their annual cleaning rites, the same question is asked: "Where can I recycle this?" And every spring since 1976, Ecology has worked through its 1-800-RECYCLE line to answer it, search for drop-off services or for collectors who will pick up hard-to-recycle items.
The phone number still works, but today's customers have the convenience of searching our newly remodeled, online 1-800-RECYCLE database. It includes 1,578 Washington recycling services and more than 70 different types of recyclable materials, including large appliances like dishwashers, water heaters, stoves, washing machines, and dryers. https://fortress.wa.gov/ecy/warecycle/
Type in your location and material type, and our upgraded database will find nearby services that accept them. 1-800-RECYCLE will give you their address, phone number, business hours, website, and Google Maps location, along with a full list of acceptable materials.
You can find collectors who accept old electronics like computers, monitors, or tablets for free through our electronics-recycling program E-Cycle Washington.
Likewise, if you have mercury lights, you can find free recycling locations through our LightRecycle Washington program. https://ecology.wa.gov/Waste-Toxics/Reducing-recycling-waste/Mercury-lights
Health Corner: Epsom Salt As Herbicide - Just Say No!
Lewis County WSU Master Gardeners shared this post from Extension Master Gardener:
Extension Master Gardener - EPSOM SALT AS HERBICIDE - JUST SAY NO!
One of the principles of Integrated Pest Management IPM) is utilizing the least toxic chemical control for a pest that is still effective. Using something that doesn’t solve your problem doesn’t make sense!
There is a lot of bad information on social media that materials like Epsom salt, vinegar, bleach or dishwashing liquid are great herbicides/pesticides. So let’s start with Epsom salt!
We aren't sure how this myth about Epsom salt as herbicide got started. It contains magnesium sulfate. Both magnesium and sulfur are essential plant nutrients. According to the University of MN Extension, (http://bit.ly/2PoUiXH), "Theoretically, you could apply so much Epsom salts that the amount of magnesium would interfere with the weed’s uptake of other essential nutrients such as calcium or potassium. This is not wise on several levels— first, because of how long magnesium can persist in the soil and second, the cost of doing so. In other words, keep the Epsom salts in the bathtub!"
ND State Univ suggests (http://bit.ly/2IztmnL ), "For those avoiding use of chemicals to kill weeds - vinegar and salt are chemicals! Vinegar contains acetic acid, a chemical that has been investigated by USDA and academia with herbicidal properties. It has been used as an organic herbicide. Salt (sodium chloride) is a chemical that predates 2,4-D for use as a herbicide, and soap (detergent) is another name for “surfactants” that is applied with herbicides to stick spray droplets (retention) on leaf surfaces, reduce droplet surface tension (spread the droplet), and aid forming a herbicide deposit (close interface of the chemical active ingredients with the leaf surface). Most commercial herbicides formulated as a liquid also contain detergents/soaps (emulsifiers) for this purpose."
***Disclaimer: As always, check with your medical practitioner before embarking on lifestyle changes. Health Corner topics are intended to raise questions rather than answer them definitively. Things change. New knowledge arises. Ancient wisdom is revived.
And miracles take place against all odds.
Toledo Youth Cheerleading posted:
From City of Toledo: Your Help Matters!
For details, contact City of Toledo, (360)864-4564
From City of Toledo: ISO Two Visionaries To Fill Posts
We are looking to fill a couple of spots on the Vision:Toledo Mayor's Task Force.
The first is a position at large currently held by Norm Baird.
The second is the Treasurer position currently held by Joh Jones.
We generally meet once a month on the 4th Tuesday at 5:00 p.m. at the Morgan Art Centre. Each Coordinator discusses what is going on in their group, where they may need additional help, new projects, etc. Bills are presented to be paid and an annual budget is discussed.
For details, contact City of Toledo, (360)864-4564
Toledo High School Sports - April/May 2019
April 25th @ Seton Catholic 6:00
April 30th @ Castle Rock 7:00
May 2nd vs La Center 7:00
May 6th -11th District games TBD
April 25th JV vs. Napavine 4:00
April 27th @ Wahkiakum(DH) 12:00 bus @ 9:45
May 4th -11th District games @ WF West
May 18th Regionals @ Adna
May 24th-25th State @ Centralia
April 27th @ Wahkiakum 12:00 bus @ 9:45am
May 6th @ La Center (DH) 3:30
May 7 vs Adna 4:00
May 13th - 18th District games Fort Borst Park
May 24th-25th State Gateway Park Yakima
April 25th @ Wahkiakum 3:30 bus @ 1:00
May 2nd @ Napavine 3:30 bus @ 1:55
May 3rd Spudder Classic @ Ridgefield 2:00 bus @ 12:15
May 4th Centralia Freshman 9:30 bus @ 8:00 am
May 10th League Champ @ Kalama
May 17th District Meet @ WF West
May 23rd -25th State in Cheney EWU
!!! GO INDIANS !!!
Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Fun & More
Toledo Thursday Market GoFundMe update:
Lots of things to do yet before the Market opens for the year.
The Market's first day is May 9th, for the Mother's Day plant, flower and gift sale.
Official opening day is June 6th.
April 27: Community Paper Shred Event @ Cafe Aromaz
April 27: Fundraiser - Silent Auction & Music for Gayle Homes @ Donna’s Place
April 27: PRIME RIB DINNER @ Toledo Senior Center
May 4: Katie’s Kids Breakfast @ Toledo High School
May 11: Kids Fishing Derby Toledo, Washington @ South Lewis County Park
Contact Mike Stover @ email@example.com or 360-880-6052.
May 18: Anniversary of Mt St Helens Eruption
May 18: Cowlitz Kayak Tours Hosts Mt St Helens Anniversary Paddle @ Coldwater Lake
Toledo Builds a High School
Information regarding the building of a new high school in Toledo, WA beginning in November, 2018. Regular updates.
Toledo Thursday Market 2019 TTM Vendor Application.
Toledo Thursday Market 2019 Application PDF link here.
Tax-deductible GoFundMe page here.
*ISO a part-time manager and someone who will help us with social media visibility.
We have a Website going live May 1st highlighting vendors, local activities, seasonal produce options, all with ties to local food hubs.
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Air Quality Forecast at https://airquality.weather.gov
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