- County-Wide Burn Ban Lifted Monday
- Stormy Weather Headed For Western WA Tuesday
- Toledo Schools ACT Day - 2-Hour Late Start Today
- Winlock/Toledo Wrestling Signups Begin Today
- City Council Tonight
- Bee Cause Project Want sTo Put Honeybees In Classrooms
- USDA Webinars For USDA Grant Opportunities Begin Today
National Weather Service in Seattle predicts: A storm system Monday Night/Tuesday will bring a bout of rain and locally windy conditions for Western Washington. A stronger system Wednesday/Thursday is forecast to bring heavy rains and stronger winds. The wind could be strong enough to make small branches and weak trees fall, and cause local power outages. Also, the rain could be heavy enough at times to cause local street and urban flooding. More...
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Today: Toledo School District-wide 2 hour late start - ACT Teacher Training. Pour another cup of coffee and let ‘em sleep in a bit.
Also today: Toledo City Council meets 6 p.m. first and third Mondays monthly. Dates may change if scheduled on or near a federal holiday. Visit www.toledowa.us or call (360)864-4564.
Workshops & Special Meetings: Occasionally the council will hold a workshop or special meeting. Dates and times will be announced prior to meetings.
Generally they are held the same night of council meetings.
Toledo Youth Football posted:
Lewis County Interlocal (Medic One) Meets 7 PM third Tuesdays monthly at Toledo Main Fire Station. Open to the public.
School Bond Forum 6:30 PM Wednesday at Toledo High School Library:
Community information meeting regarding the November capital bond proposition. Representatives from the FAC, Construction Services Group, Piper Jaffray and OSPI have been invited and are expected. There will be plenty of opportunity for participants to ask questions. Everyone is invited to attend.
Lewis County Permaculture Society shared this post about LC Beekeepers Association opportunity to put honeybees in classrooms:
Are You a Teacher Who'd Like an Observation Bee Hive in Your Classroom? New Grant Program from the Bee Cause Project: "Help Put Observation Honeybee Hives In 1,000 Schools: Stimulate curiosity in young people about the importance of honey bees in our lives and the need to understand and embrace them and to care about their well-being through the installation of bee hives in 1,000 schools." Here are the details:
Application Open: September 1st, 2017
Letter of Intent (LOI) Closed: October 31, 2017 at 5pm CST
Full Application Closed: November 15, 2017 at 5pm CST
Notification of all Applicants: December 8, 2017
Delivery of Hive and Grant Packages: no later than end of January 2018
Get started on the application with a copy of the eligibility and application questions. Please note that the application must be submitted online during the above application window. Here is the link: https://www.wholekidsfoundation.org/…/2018_Whole_Kids_Found…
For their application portal: https://wholekidsfoundation.smartsimple.com/s_Login.jsp
The Bee Cause Project has been serving the community since 2013 connecting youth and adults across the United States (and beyond) with the secret life of bees through the installation of observation hives inside of schools as well as traditional hives in their gardens.
The mission of The Bee Cause Project is to ensure future generations are stewards of the natural environment who understand, engage, and are inspired by the wonder of honey bees while being empowered to take action through careers in STEM.
The objectives are to utilize bee learning centers to: reconnect youth and adults with the natural world, provide an engaging and unique tool for teaching STEM to students, empower students to act as bee ambassadors, and instill in youth the value of hard work, collective impact, and the importance every individual has in their community.
To date, the Bee Cause has provided hives for 220 schools in 46 states and 4 countries that are a part of the Bee Cause community.
Lewis County Food Hub shared: Rural Advancement Foundation International - RAFI posted this link about three webinars (first one 11 a.m. Pacific Daylight Time today) on USDA grant opportunities for
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Reservations required: Toledo Senior Center Nutrition Lunch Wednesday features Chicken Fettuccine Alfredo with romaine salad & breadstick plus mandarin oranges & chocolate pudding, Friday Minestrone soup & oyster crackers with egg salad sandwich plus green salad & white cake with berries.
Nutrition Lunches are sponsored in part by Area Agency on Aging. Suggested donation $3 for those 60+ years of age. Contact Diana, firstname.lastname@example.org or call (360)864-2112 for details.
Toledo High School Sports for the week 10/16-10/20
Oct 16th JV Football vs. Wahkiakum 4:00
Soccer vs. Onalaska 7:00
Oct 17th JV Soccer Elma 6:00
Volleyball vs. PeEll 5:45/6:00
Oct 18th Soccer @ Adna 6:00
Oct 19th Volleyball @ Adna 5:45/6:00
Cross Country @ Mossyrock 3:30
Oct 20th Football vs. Kalama 7:00
Photos from TOT archives unless otherwise noted.
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