- Bonanza BBQ Opening Soon
- Flu Shots Today @ Senior Center
- Mighty Fine Seniors, Grange Meetings Today
- October Park Board Meeting Cancelled
- Toledo High School Seeking Sewing Machines
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Bonanza BBQ proprietors Christina & Daniel Gorton granted me a brief drive-by interview Tuesday, inviting me in to take a look around their beautifully updated location at 102 Kellogg Way in downtown Toledo.
The kitchen is spotless and uncluttered, new appliances and stainless steel work stations throughout, shiny floor and optimum lighting. New restroom adjacent to the kitchen is ADA-compliant, flooring in main hall easy-on-the-feet rubberized faux plank, door thresholds accessible to walkers and wheelchairs. A wine-centric cabinet offers stemware and more for your catered gathering, and the polished bar is topped with 2 long cedar planks, as is the smaller dessert side table (not pictured). Western-themed decor is deliberately spare, maintaining the open and airy feel of the hall.
Facilities will be available for large gatherings, anniversary celebrations, meetings and seminars, and bookings are already coming in.
“We were (negotiating for) a site in Toledo, and Paula Burrows, our realtor, kept contacting us about this one. We agree it’ll be ideal for our operation.” Mobile catering and on-site events will replace their original restaurant-style operation. Said Christina: Knowing how many people to serve is better than cooking for a crowd that doesn’t materialize, or planning for a dozen diners and 200 show up expecting service. It’s just smarter for everyone.”
Final paperwork is expected to be completed around the first week of November. Christina added: “Whether it’s a party of ten or a full house, give us a call.”
To answer your next question: they have a 5-star rating with 70 reviews on Facebook. Don your best bib & tucker.
Thanks to DiscoverLewisCounty for helping restore Toledo to the Mt St Helens Scenic Byway map with this post:
You've only got a few more weeks to make your way to Johnston Ridge Observatory at Mount St. Helens before it closes for the winter season! Johnston is the most popular tourist destination in the MSH area, and it offers interactive exhibits, a short film, ranger talks, and access to trails that take you closer to the volcano itself.
If coming from the north, take the route through Toledo. You'll be glad you did!
More info: http://discoverlewiscounty.com/msh-south
ToledoTel asks: Anyone interested in playing customer appreciation bingo again this year?
Cast your vote on their Facebook page.
Toledo High School posts: In search of sewing machines for the costume construction class. Do you have one gathering dust? Contact Dr. Tri at THS!
Superintendent Rust adds: The machines would be donations to the school(once this project is completed).
Contact Dr. Trikosko, email@example.com
Also today: Toledo’s Mighty Fine Seniors meet 1:30 p.m. to discuss the business side of things at the Senior Center.
Cancelled: Due to lack of quorum, Toledo Park Board will not meet this month.
Toledo Park Board meets 3 p.m. second Wednesdays monthly at City Hall Council Chambers. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call (360)864-4564 for special accommodations.
Cowlitz Prairie Grange 6:30 p.m. meeting is a potluck second Wednesdays, cake-and-ice-cream affair fourth Wednesdays. Grange Hall at 5180 Jackson Highway. Contact Sandy Bickar, (360)864-2601.
Whatcha doin’ this weekend?
FAMILY BINGO NIGHT
Sponsored by Toledo Youth Cheerleading
Date: Saturday, October 21, 2017
Time: 6:00 p.m. – until the last game
Location: Toledo High School Commons
$5.00/1 Bingo Card or
$20.00/5 Bingo Cards
Bring your family out for an afternoon of Bingo fun and prizes. Approximately 20 games of Bingo will be played. Prize baskets are donated by the Toledo Youth Cheerleaders and their families.
Thank you for your support!
***This is not a Toledo School District sponsored event.***
Toledo High School FCCLA members, (Family Career & Community Leaders of America) are selling “Right Response” First Aid kits.
October is Fire Safety Month and Breast Cancer Awareness month.
You can order through the 20th of October online,* thru a Member or at the High School. email@example.com
*Please support our efforts through the following link:
Jill Davis says: Let people know that we have a few 2017 Walk in the Park t-shirts remaining, for sale at City Hall.
The 2017 t-shirts are $10.00 each (last years $8.00 each). Adult sizes are limited and plenty of youth sizes! Thank you!
Contact Jill at (360)864-4564.
Last week’s update on Logan Grove’s heart condition triggered this post:
The Toledo High School Leadership Class is putting on this fundraiser in hopes to help out Logan!
Logan is a Class of 2018 student who learned last Spring he had a rare genetic heart disorder, and with persistence and prayers has responded favorably to treatment, though he will need surgery. More details on Facebook.
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