Once a luxury, broadband is increasingly a basic utility like power and water. Small businesses and large need POS access, online software, WiFi (think Square). Libraries and schools and clinics rely on it. Campers and coffee customers demand it.
And, of course, online media.
Regardless of your personal vision of Toledo’s future, high-speed connectivity is integral to that future. Evidence of that is easily found at winlockneedsinternet.com.
Today’s workshop and Open House are stepping stones to the next chapter. Be on hand to help write it.
Citizens for Great Toledo Schools need to raise $5,000 to fund our Bond Campaign.
Good news: as of last night, they report $3495, two-thirds of their campaign funding goal has been reached. Don’t forget - Toledo PTO will match 100% of donations made through November 11th! Which means only $752.50 (plus matching dollars) would bridge the gap.
Details on Facebook.
Today: Toledo School District Veterans Day Assembly 9 a.m. at Toledo High School. All service members current and retired invited, as well as family and friends, for this community-wide event. Special Presentation: Musical Action Painting.
Full schedule in TOT’s Tuesday Column.
Friday closures in observance of Veterans Day include post office, schools and banks, state, federal and local offices, senior centers and libraries...and The Other Toledo (dot) com.
Open Friday: Washington State Parks offer their final fee-free day of the year, in observance of Veterans Day. Details here.
Toledo Food Bank schedule November & December 2016:
Friday November 11
Monday November 21
Friday December 9
Monday December 21
Toledo Food Bank is behind City Hall, open 10 a.m. - 1 p.m. on dates listed above.
Saturday: Toledo Senior Center hosts their monthly Second Saturday Breakfast (7:30 - 10:00 a.m.) featuring AYCE hotcakes and full fare breakfast (biscuits and gravy for early risers) to feed supporters and participants in front of Lewis County Veterans Parade. Cost: $5. For details contact Diana, email@example.com or call (360)864-2112.
Also: (visitor post on Facebook) - Lewis County Veterans Parade Toledo Wa - Toledo Football team is host(ing) a fundraiser breakfast before our playoff game this Saturday at 9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. (or until the food runs out) at Toledo High School.
Steamboat Plaza says: Enjoy a coffee before, during or after the Veterans Day Parade, all Veterans receive a $1 off, our Thank You for your service.
Lewis County Veterans Parade begins noon at 5th and Augustus, terminating at Toledo’s Wall of Honor in Kemp Olson Park.
Presbyterian Church Bake Sale 9 a.m. - 1 p.m. featuring fresh bread, cinnamon buns and homemade pies, located conveniently along the parade route at 312 Augustus.
Toledo Senior Center invites Lewis County Veterans Parade participants and supporters to stop in for refreshments following Saturday’s march, hosted by area military families.
Monday brings another Supermoon. The moon will be closer to Earth than since 1948, and never so close again until 2034. Details from EarthSky.org including a cool photo.
Update: Toledo School District monthly Board of Directors meets 7 p.m. next Tuesday, November 15 at Toledo Elementary School.*
There will be a tour of the facility. Public invited to attend.
Details on Toledo School District website and Facebook page.
*TSD Board of Directors meets 7 p.m. third Thursdays monthly at Toledo Middle School unless otherwise noted.
Photos from TOT archives unless otherwise noted.
Everyday Heroes: Envisioned as a local September 11 observation recognizing lesser-known acts of kindness and heroism. Send your nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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