- Toledo Elementary Celebration Of Top State Honors
- School District FAC Building Bridges - And Fences
- Library Hosts Author David Berger
- Annual Kids Fishing Derby Saturday
Principal Angela Bacon says: Good Morning. My name is Angela Bacon and I am the principal at Toledo Elementary School in Toledo, WA. Toledo Elementary was designated a Priority School in 2013 and just 3 years later we have been recognized as being a School of Distinction, Washington State Recycling Association Public School Recycler of the Year, and now most recently we received a Washington Achievement Award for Closing the Achievement Gap for low income students. We are planning a celebration assembly for May 15th @ 10:30 AM in the Toledo Elementary School Gymnasium.
I recognize the responsibilities of the work you have before you, but we would love it is you could join us in celebrating our recent successes.
Thank You, Angela Bacon
Toledo Lioness Club says: Thank you to all who donated to white cane (last week @ Toledo Market Fresh). All your contribution goes to helping the blind.
Toledo Lioness Club also offers scholarships to area students, makes donations to local groups and projects, and so much more. Meets 6:30 p.m. third Wednesdays monthly, location varies. New members invited.
Common Ground Toledo says: Thank you, Mayor Steve Dobosh for helping CGT with this project. And thank you to the many volunteers who came out to help. The project to improve the soil for the struggling trees in downtown Toledo was a success!
We ended up transplanting two of the Redbuds trees to the Kemp Olson Memorial Park as they were showing signs of stress. Getting their roots down in good soil at the park will help them recover. The two now open large round planters will receive new plantings. All five planters along Cowlitz Street are designed with structural plantings, colorful foliage and flowers to tempt all the seasons.
CGT is always working on the garden philosophy: "right plant - right place." For water wise and sturdy yet beautiful garden displays.
Watch the planters come alive in the next few weeks.
Tomorrow: Toledo School District’s Facilities Advisory Committee is working to find alternative solutions to update and upgrade school buildings. You’re invited to get on board 6 p.m. Tuesday at the high school library. Documents to date available at this direct link.
BTW, sweat equity counts too! Stadium Fence installation seeking equipment and volunteers May 20 & May 27. Bring your Toledo Spirit!
Also tomorrow: Join us 7 p.m. at Toledo Community Library as we learn about razor clams from David Berger, author of "The Razor's Edge: The Washington Razor Clam Phenomenon" at the Toledo Community Library, sponsored by Humanities Washington.
Wednesday: Lewis County Senior Centers meets 10 a.m. second Wednesdays monthly at Twin Cities Senior Center to cover the business side of operating 5 Senior Centers. With the County transitioning away from overseeing these vital community facilities, taking an active role in their future is more important than ever.
Twin Cities Senior Center is located at 2545 N. National Avenue, Chehalis, WA 98532. Phone: 360-748-0061 Fax: 360-740-2640
Reservations required: Toledo Senior Center Nutrition Lunch Wednesday offers hearty split pea soup and one-half turkey sandwich plus green salad, grapes & cookie, and Friday Chef salad with breadstick, cottage cheese, peaches and chocolate ice cream .
Nutrition Lunches are sponsored in part by Area Agency on Aging. Suggested donation $3 for those 60+ years of age. Contact email@example.com or call (360)864-2112 for details.
Rain or shine:
Toledo Lions Club hosts the Annual Kids Fishing Derby Saturday. This event funds local scholarships, draws bigger crowds each year, and is fast becoming the premier kids Spring event in Lewis County.
That’s not all they do for their community - details on website.
Also on Facebook.
A reminder from a South County Park patron: To all the lovely people who go to and enjoy Wallace pond... *please leave only footprints and take only memories when you leave...*
I(heart)Logan has frequent updates on Facebook. Read his story and find out how to get involved.
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