- Kids Garden Club Adopt-A-Tree
- Kids Closet Open Today
- Toledo Thursday Market
- Toledo School District Board Meeting and Special Training
- Health Corner: You Are What You Eat
TES PTO posts this news about the Wednesday Garden Club:
GARDEN CLUB - Adopt a tree day.
Club members picked a tree in the orchard to adopt. They will have the responsibility to care of the tree; watering,weeding,trimming etc.
Today (Wednesday) they painted I.D. stakes that tell what the tree is.
There are still several trees that need adopting. Come to the next club meeting and find out how to adopt yours. You can work individually or a as a team.
Can't wait to see all the stakes and all trees adopted!
Toledo School District reports: Great turn out at all three schools for Meet Your Teacher night. School starts on regular schedule on Wed. 8/30. Looking forward to filling the schools with some of the best kids around.
TES PTO Kids Closet open 3 - 6 p.m. at Toledo Elementary School, offering new and nearly-new apparel, sportswear, and shoes for all students in the district.
Tomorrow: Find out how the excess clothing gets a new life, and benefits a program right in Toledo.
Toledo Youth Football announcement: Impact concussion testing has been changed to Aug 30th at 4:30 p.m. at the middle school.
It is $30 per player and will show a baseline of where the brain was before injury. If you have any questions, get ahold of Kirby Buswell.
Andrea Jones says: Come check out Thursday Market across from the boat launch from 3:00 - 7:00!
In past weeks we've seen so many wonderful things there, including chocolates (my favorite!), garden veggies, eggs, plants, jewelry, art, handcrafts, angora wool and goat milk soaps, kids activities, music, and more! This week the girls and I are feeling brave and we are going to set up our little own booth - I wonder what else we will find there tomorrow! You know you want to come check it out - plus we need you!
Through September. $10 spaces, BYO table & shade. NO long-term commitment. Download vendor applications here.
Gallery 505 open 1 - 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, 1 - 7 p.m. Market Thursdays. Last week: Discovering Bigfoot.
Toledo School District Board will hold a Special Board Meeting - Training at 6 p.m. tonight before the regular Board Meeting 7 p.m. at the Middle School Library. Public invited to attend.
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Lewis County Tribune posts: The Cowlitz Prairie Grange Threshing Bee returns to the Herren Farm near Toledo this weekend on Aug. 26-27. More...
Don’t forget the tractor parade to Herren Field departing 6 p.m. Friday from Toledo High School, and $8 baked potato bar in the field 6 - 9 p.m.
Toledo Senior Center will serve full fare breakfast including AYCE hotcakes Saturday and Sunday - still only $5.
Paws & Stay Bark & Breakfast has the answer for your weekend dilemma:
Health Corner: You Are What You Eat
Seldom do I endorse a one-size-fits-all, because, well, that’s simply not true. However, research must have numbers of diverse samples to draw on to extract general results. These may apply to narrow groups or signal broad scale alerts to larger segments of the population.
This piece from mindbodygreen.com speaks to a fundamental health component you can positively influence - your gut.
Comparing dietary similarities across institutionalized food services in both elderly populations and school children provided a sobering picture of cause and effect, along with a proposal for a brighter future.
The problem is that we just don’t know – because nobody has ever looked at childhood obesity, issues of food justice and overall health of our youngsters in the lunchroom and our communities from the perspective of the gut bacteria. So as part of our American Gut Project, we are going to do just that. If we are successful in our Kickstarter project that will launch on or about September 1...
This article shares one woman’s journey from week-long migraines to headache-free outlines 3 main factors, the third addressing food sensitivities.
Local wellness and health educator Kim Brossard offers local programs on a broad spectrum of diet-related topics. She also hosts low-impact exercise classes 3:30 p.m. Tuesday & Thursday at Toledo Senior Center. Stop in and sign up.
Is what you’re eating making you sick?
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