- Toledo Lions Club Receives State Award
- High School Athletes Earn High Marks
- Toledo Youth Football Camp Signups Wednesday
- Morgan Arts Centre, CGT, Toledo Cleanup Day
- Tech Report
From Toledo School District via Facebook:
For their long-standing service to Toledo Schools and the community through scholarships, community events and support for vision and hearing screening, school supplies, travel and countless other investments in our children, Toledo Lions Club was awarded a Washington Association of School Administrators "Community Leadership Award" in Tumwater at the annual awards banquet. Thank you Toledo Lions!
Our Toledo girls 4x200 relay received the meet Sportsmanship Award Medals this morning (Friday May 26, 2017).
Our girls noticed a coach from another school struggling with a broken and spilled cooler and came to the rescue while on their way to warm up. The girls also placed twelfth running a PR!! So TOLEDO PROUD! This is what it's all about.
Ally Bacon. 3rd in javelin!
New PR 126-3. Also new school record. Good job Ally.
Joe Wallace 6th place high jump.
Says Toledo School District Superintendent Chris Rust of Saturday’s Fence-Building Phase II: Murphy showed up and enforced his law at today's fence building. Vendor gave us wrong parts and not enough of the right ones. Good turnout of community members most of whom are also district employees. Watch for an announcement of our next work party.
Also on Toledo’s school calendar:
- Wednesday 3:15 PM Youth Football Camp Grades 2-7 @ THS
- Thursday 7 PM Scholarship Night @ Toledo High School
- Next Tuesday 6 PM Facilities Advisory Committee @ THS Library
Today: Silk & Wetted Felt Scarf class @ Morgan Arts Center 5 - 8 p.m. Last chance to work under Sue Wachter until September. Create your next favorite wearable art, craft a handmade gift. Supplies included.
Common Ground Toledo posts:
The Post Office garden beds got a little make over last week. Common Ground Toledo received a generous donation of rootstock from DeGoedes Nursery in early Spring. One of our CGT volunteers, Linda Bird-Sonne, potted up over 250 perennials and grew them in her garden. All the recent plantings at the Post Office and the Honor Wall Garden in Kemp Olson Memorial Park are from this donation… more including photo gallery.
*Correction: Friday’s post from vision:Toledo was missing this link from Gene Chandler on Chandler Field.
*Correction: Last week TOT incorrectly stated ToledoTel would make an important announcement at Cheese Days. In fact, ToledoTel is awaiting completion of a specific project to implement their latest design to benefit Toledo’s visitors, and the downtown core.
The Other Toledo regrets any inconvenience occasioned by these errors.
From vision:Toledo Arts, Rec & Events:
Community Clean Up (June 3) -- Mayor Dobosh is coordinating the cleanup efforts. Here is a partial list of jobs: • Weed eat around trees at City Park; • Install sand and pavers in Steamboat Alley; • Weed eat the river bank behind City Hall; • Trim overhanging ivy along Kellogg Way where it encroaches on sidewalk; • Trim ivy on the hill across from Toledo Middle School; • At the Boat Launch: pressure wash sidewalk and observation deck, clean signs, and de-rust and paint railings; • Clean up the Tennis Courts (contact Signora Armstrong); • Clean the railings on the Bridge; • Clean/Shovel curb lines along downtown streets - N 2nd, fire station to Augustus incl. Ramsey Way, Augustus Street, Cowlitz Street, S 3rd from Cowlitz to Augustus, Front Street; • Re-spray “No Bicycles or Skateboards on Sidewalks" on sidewalks throughout town and at the park; • Paint City Shop at Water Tower. As you can see, we need lots of volunteers Saturday (June 3) at 9 am at the Boat Launch. For more info contact City Hall, (360)864-4564 or Mayor Dobosh (360)864-4829.
This morning’s Today Show reveals the latest method used by ATM skimmers in this video, and how you can discern the subtle differences between a hacked machine and a legitimate ATM.
From CreditCards.com, this article on 6 steps to take when a credit card holder dies to prevent a sad time from from becoming worse.
“Using a credit card that belongs solely to someone who has died, even if the person using the card was an authorized user or had permission to use the card before the cardholder died, is fraud,” says Lesavich.
Suspect Card Fraud? How To File A Claim outlines steps to take when reporting fraudulent use of your card.
MoneyTalksNews tells you 2 Key Steps To Protecting Your “Chip” Cards From Fraud.
MTN Help Columnist Stacy Johnson answers the question: Should I Pay For Identity Theft Protection And Credit Monitoring?
Northwest Justice Project Vision: Justice For All Low-Income People In Washington. Links to legal information, help, and annual reports.
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