- THS Drama Students, 2nd Graders Craft Ornaments For Capitol Christmas Tree
- FDA: ISO* Feedback On Allergens In Cosmetics
- WSDA: 2019 Women Farm to Food Business Competition In WA/OR
- Washington State DNR: Timber Poachers Claim Discover Pass Granted Harvest
- Sorrel Forest School: Sock Drive Underway
- Today: ALICE School Training Continues
- Toledo High School Sports: November 2018
- Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Forms, Fun & More
Newsletter worthy...Second Grade Safari
The THS Drama and Art students along with the Second Graders were chosen to construct 'Sea Creature' ornaments for the State Christmas Tree.
The three step process included drama students reading and performing monologues on sea creatures. The 2nd graders then drew a creature for the THS art class to work with for the final assembly with the 2nd graders. The project produced some amazing pieces of art, providing some time for our students to get to know each other.
U.S. Food and Drug Administration asks:
Do you use cosmetics? The FDA wants your feedback on a proposed consumer survey about allergens in cosmetics! The proposed survey will help FDA better understand consumer perceptions regarding allergens in cosmetics and consumer decisions about whether to purchase specific products or avoid certain ingredients, when to contact a healthcare professional & when to report an adverse event. https://go.usa.gov/xPdyw
FDA: Kadesh Incorporation Issues Voluntary Nationwide Recall of Puriton Eye Relief Drops Due to Non-Sterile Production Conditions
For Immediate Release
November 7, 2018
Contact Recall Department
Kadesh, Inc. of Garden Grove, CA is voluntarily recalling all lots of Puriton Eye Relief Drops, 0.5 oz. (15ml) bottle, UPC 7 36972 1679 0, to the consumer level. During a recent FDA inspection, investigators observed that ophthalmic drugs, which are required to be sterile, are manufactured without necessary production controls and conditions to assure sterility.
The product was distributed nationwide via the company’s own online stores and retail distributors.
Full Release here.
Washington State Department of Agriculture opportunity for women entrepreneurs:
2019 Women Farm to Food Business Competition
The 2019 NASDA Foundation Women’s Farm to Food Competition is dedicated to fostering growth among women entrepreneurs with food and beverage businesses in Oregon and Washington State. The Farm to Food Competition was developed through a partnership of the NASDA Foundation, Oregon Department of Agriculture and Washington State Department of Agriculture. Women entrepreneurs from Oregon and Washington State will compete for $40,000 in startup funds to help them grow their food and beverage businesses.
Click here for a link to the application.
- 18 years or older
- Woman entrepreneur or farmer
- Live or work in Oregon or Washington State
- Developing a food or beverage product
- Grand prize winner (judges’ pick): $20,000
- People’s choice (audience votes): $10,000
- Runner-up 1: $5,000
- Runner-up 2: $5,000
The National Association of State Departments of Agriculture was founded in 1916. NASDA is a nonpartisan, nonprofit association which represents the elected and appointed commissioners, secretaries, and directors of the departments of agriculture in all fifty states and four U.S. territories.
Being a womenpreneur is no easy task – we want to help you. Compete for $20,000 in startup funds to grow your food or beverage business in the 2019 Women’s Farm to Food competition. Apply today at http://bit.ly/women-business-comp.
Washington State Parks & Recreation Commission reminder:
Washington State Department of Natural Resources posted:
Get this story: Two guys are accused of walking into a forest, poaching $12,000 worth of timber. The excuse? They had a Discover Pass, and thought they could chop down trees for firewood. Full article here: bit.ly/2SOD9rS
• Discover Pass lets you access some public lands.
• But it DOES NOT let you cut firewood.
• You CAN apply for a different firewood permit.
• But you have to go to a harvest site.
• Go here to learn more: bit.ly/FirewoodPermit
So here's the thing: The theft of public wood harms schools, universities, state mental hospitals and other local services that benefit from timber sales. Please be respectful of public lands.
Toledo’s tireless Annie Jones shared:
Our school is hosting a sock drive! Help us give to families in need in Lewis County.
Since Jane started forest school, we've gone through an awful lot of socks... I'm pretty sure she just learns better with her shoes off! The daily ritual of finding and washing abandoned, muddy socks gave us the idea for a community service project. Wood Sorrel Forest School in Toledo is hosting a sock drive this month! More info in the flyer here - thanks in advance for helping out!
TES PTO posted: I think of all the fundraising ideas out there, "renting" the reader board for the day is brilliant. It promotes a lot of positive reactions for kids when they see their name in lights! A couple pros; all money earned is kept at the elementary school for students and teachers and kids light up when they see their names on the marquee. The cost is $5 for 24 hours. Another great way to promote positive messages to the youth at Toledo Elementary School
Thank you so much to our first three Student Shout Outs! Can't wait to see your students name next! $5 for the day or $20 for the week- sign up sheets in the school office!
Today: In the month of November all students in Toledo School District will be trained, at an age appropriate level, by a certified ALICE instructor.
The elementary will train today, November 8th.
Please note, any ALICE drills that are done within the district will always be announced as drills. If you’d like additional information on this training please contact the school principal.
Next up: The high school will train on November 15th.
Not Strictly Toledo:
November 8 - 10: LCSW & WSU Extension Host Free Tire Recycle - Winlock
Tonight: Lewis County Fire District #2 Toledo hosts: Paint Night
Toledo Fire District 2 is hosting a paint night 6pm Thursday, November 8.
$25.00 per person. Family friendly ages 10 and up. Space is limited and you must pre-register. Contact Kim Satcher to register. All proceeds go to the Toledo Volunteer Firefighters Association!
Toledo High School Sports: November 2018
Nov 10th & 16th Playoffs TBA
Nov 23rd Semi Finals
Nov 30th Finals
Nov 28th JV vs Colombia Adventist 5:00/6:15
Nov 30th @ Friday Harbor Tip Off Classic
Nov 27th @ Ocosta
Nov 28th JV vs Colombia Adventist 7:30
!!!! GO INDIANS !!!!
Future-Tripping: Feeds, Fundraisers, Fun & More
NEW!! November 15: Camp Singing Wind Hosts 2019 Thursday Market Planning Meeting
NEW!! November 17-18: Morgan Arts Centre Hosts Holiday Artists’ Market
NEW!! November 26: Morgan Arts Centre Hosts Scarf Dying Workshop
Postponed - Date TBA: Toledo High School Hosts FCCLA Lip Sync Contest
November 10: Veterans Day Breakfast @ Toledo Senior Center
November 10: THS Class of 2021 Fundraiser selling Lucky Eagle Casino Bus Spots
November 10: Toledo Presbyterian Hosts Annual Veterans Day Bake Sale
November 10: Lewis County Seniors Host A Night Of Magic
November 11: Veterans Day Ceremony @ Toledo Wall of Honor
November 16: Toledo Lions Club Hosts Annual Turkey Bingo
November 17: Toledo Food Bank Kid’s Shopping Event & Santa Visit
November 17: Thanksgiving Banquet @ Toledo Senior Center
November 17: Toledo Lioness Club Acrylic Dirty Pour/Flip @ Donna’s Place
November 29 - December 1: LCSW & WSU Host Free Tire Recycle - Mossyrock
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