- Tyson Foods Recall: No Reported Injuries
- Cowlitz Prairie Academy: Graduation Photos
- PSA: Graduation Time Sees Spike In Mail Theft
- MAP Nature Works Club: Kid’s Garden Signs
- Summer Camps: Can You Help?
- Gracie The Pug: Post-Surgery Update
- Visiting Hooves: Touching Lives
- Today: PNW Chamber Orchestra - Young Talents
- Tuesday: Toledo School District Honors Retirees
- Wednesday: School Board Special Meeting
- Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Forms, Fun & More
Garden? Or rice paddy?
What a downpour Sunday!
KATU News warned last night: Tyson Foods recalls frozen breaded chicken for possible plastic contamination, adding “The USDA is urging any businesses that may have the products stored away in their freezers to throw them out.”
Toledo School District shared this post:
Randy Pennington wrote: Proud of these young women and young men..join me in best wishes for them as they all go forward into their next chapter in life with dreams and success......
PSA: One reader warned “Watch your mail!!! Just had (the police) return my outgoing mail…”
It’s that time of year when thieves target graduation cards. USPS recommends using mail drop boxes for outbound letters & bills, Informed Delivery for daily inbound.
You’ll need a USPS.com account to sign up for Informed Delivery.
Visit http://informeddelivery.usps.com/ to learn more about the program.
MAP enrichment programs posted last week:
For their last Nature Works Club meeting of the term members installed signs they made and painted for the community garden at Toledo Elementary School as their“give back” contributing to community project. They also made home-made ice cream and worked in their nature journals. The signs turned out great and school garden committee members said they loved them! Stop by the community garden at TES this summer and check them out - while you’re at it pull a few weeds and take home a few veggies for dinner, too!
Girl Scout Leader Annie Jones shared:
The girls earned their trailblazing badge last weekend. Thanks @campsingingwind!
Summer Camps Coordinator Annie Jones invites:
Toledo Friends! Want to be involved in making summer adventure camps magical and awesome for kids in our community? Here’s how you can help:
There are 4 kids signed up for camps who are in need of partial scholarships and one in need of a full scholarship. Can you help?
We need a few more guest volunteers Tuesdays and Wednesdays each week in July to come read a script/story to the kids at 1:30-3 or assist with a craft or field game (supplies and instructions provided) from 3-3:30. Can you help?
See Details here
The supportive response of this community last summer is the reason MAP was able to get rolling and provide summer and after school programs for so many kids throughout the year, including those in financial need! Let’s do it again - this time we’re giving kids the chance to experience a taste of real summer adventure camp, getting outside, active, and engaged with their world in meaningful ways, learning lots while having fun and making memories!
Thanks in advance.
Cheese Days Toledo Washington posted: The Legend of Bigfoot, Episode 2: The Hunters
Kathy Whiteside reports:
Gracie Update - She is doing well from her surgery on Wednesday. Just pretty sore and worn out but she is spunky and demanding so back to normal. She had a pretty big incision on her leg so she is still pretty tender. They took a biopsy underneath that we should know in the next few days the results. Thanks for checking in on her and us.
Visiting Hooves Miniature Therapy Horses & Bunnies shared:
Chicky (Friday) at Prestige Post-Acute & Rehabilitation, Centralia, WA. Here she is resting her head on a table while being petted. "I was getting sleepy from all the petting and kisses to my nose." So many emotional residents today; the Activities Director was holding back tears several times. One man who was in a wheelchair in the hallway was sitting sad and angry. Chicky put her head in his lap and he put his head against her forehead, hugged her head with both hands, and tearfully said "Chicky" over and over until I had to reluctantly lead her away to see another person. I don't understand how she does it but she connects with people on another level than we do.
Today: Not Strictly Toledo - Pacific Northwest Chamber Orchestra - Young Talents 7:30 PM at Centralia College Corbet Theater. Come hear featured soloists Jisu Han and Samuel Miller perform concertos with the PNCO along with other orchestral music. Conducted by Joshua Friedlander.
Tuesday: Toledo School District announced - June 12 from 3-5 p.m. at THS, we’ll celebrate the careers of three employees who are opening a new chapter of life.
Vickie Caldwell, Day Custodian at THS, Terry Holmes, PE and Driver’s Ed at THS and Bill Waag, Math and PE teacher at TMS and TES will retire at the end of this year.
Please join us for refreshments and the opportunity to properly tease them and celebrate their retirements following careers of outstanding service to students, families and the Toledo School District.
Toledo School District Board of Directors
will conduct a
Special Board Meeting - Board Planning & Goal Setting
5:00 p.m. Wednesday June 13, 2018
Toledo Middle School Library.
Looking Ahead: Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife posted:
The Washington Fish and Wildlife Commission is scheduled to select a new WDFW director during their public meeting June 14-16 in Olympia. The commission will also consider a small land acquisition; review population status of sea otters, pygmy rabbits, and Columbian sharp-tailed grouse; hear briefings about regional salmon and steelhead recovery organizations, hatchery reform efforts, and the management of Columbia River summer chinook salmon; and review preliminary WDFW budget and policy proposals for the 2019 legislative session. See complete meeting agenda, including times for public input, at
Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Fun & More
For The Summer: Seasonal Maintenance Worker 25-30 HRS/WK.
Morgan Arts Centre Summer Camps update: With just one more week of school...parents are making summer plans for their children's activities.
May we suggest an week (M-Th) of Camp Picasso - July 23-26 from 9 until noon.
Or possibly for the more dramatic: Children's Theater Workshop 9-3 M-F July 30 - August 3 with the performance on Friday evening at 7pm.
We have just a few opening remaining for these camps.
June 25-29: Vacation Bible School @ Toledo First Baptist
June 29 - July 1: Resonance Restival @ Camp Singing Wind
July 12-15: Cheese Days Toledo
August 25-26: Cowlitz Prairie Grange 54th Annual Gas Show & Threshing Bee
September 22: Esther Borte’s 3rd Annual Walk in the Park
September 28-30: Camp Singing Wind Hosts 11th Permaculture Convergence
Gracie The Pug Kicks Cancer GoFundMe page for local celebrity mascot Gracie Whiteside.
Toledo Community Library offers free Ukulele lessons Thursdays.
TES PTO Kids Garden ISO* garden sponsors.
Toledo Youth Baseball ISO* Signboard sponsors. Message Brooke Sellards Acosta.
Toledo supports Neumann family following house fire - GoFundMe page. Contact Jadee Landry.
Toledo Middle School PTO supports laptops for students. GoFundMe page.
Steamboat Alley Paver Forms available @ link or downtown businesses.
Toledo Thursday Market PDF vendor forms. $10/week, handmade & homegrown.
Cheese Days Toledo 2018 parade & vendor sign up forms.
Plus: The Legend Of Bigfoot in 7 weekly episodes.
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