- Weather Outlook For Toledo Area
- Common Ground Toledo Seeking Elves Today
- Chehalis Fire Department Warns Of Charity Scam
- Toledo Food Bank Thanks Donors, Issues Three ISO’s
- School District Lauds Music Teacher, Grant Recipient
- Historical Society, City Council Meets Today
- Press Release: Toledo School District Hosts ESD’s Brodie On McCleary
*Some tasters confided they missed the call to re-cast votes for a three-way tiebreaker, meaning we missed 2nd place by two votes.
NOAA NWS Weather Prediction Center declares: Thanksgiving approaches! The Northwest is expecting rain and snow Thanksgiving week…
Weather watches (most serious), warnings, and advisories relevant to Lewis County, Washington. NOAA weather alert link updated every 2-3 minutes.
Common Ground Toledo posted: We are creating evergreen decorations for the Toledo planters and really could use some help. Bring hand clippers and your Christmas Spirit and help CGT decorate our community for the Holidays.
Santa's workshop will be at Rose Cottage - Glenngarann 590 Augustus Street, Toledo, Washington 10 AM November 20 & 21(today/tomorrow).
For more information email email@example.com
Another scam, this one posing as Chehalis Fire Department seeking donations.
Details at link. CFD says: Call us at 360-748-3394 before you donate to this organization!
Toledo Food Bank wishes to thank all the volunteers who gave their time and effort to make this year’s Kid’s Shopping Holiday last Saturday a success! Special thanks to all those who donated gifts, especially S.L.C. Liquidation for their considerable generosity in support of this event.
All ages from toddlers to teens participated, aided by volunteers at tables displaying gift items for women, men, and a table with combined gifts suitable for both. Gloves and coffee or tea mugs were popular gifts, and bird houses “flew off the shelves.”
Looking ahead: the Food Bank notes personal care items are in short supply right now, especially women’s sanitary goods (sealed boxes/packages only). Also low on stock: pet food & supplies, plus baby diapers, formula and baby food.
ISO:* Supporters to give an hour or two in the warehouse following the Annual Walk N’ Knock event December 2nd to process donations collected by neighborhood volunteers. Students seeking to fulfill their Community Service hours would be warmly welcomed.
ISO:* Social Media specialist to establish and maintain a page on social media, post weekly updates and news of Toledo Food Bank. Requires less than one hour weekly after initial setup. This is a volunteer position. Students welcomed. Apply during open hours (see Holiday Schedule above).
ISO:* Large cargo trailer to store shelving and other durable goods. Weather-tight and clean - no mildew, oil, or unsafe conditions. Any size up to 40’. To donate, contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Insider news: Toledo Food Bank was founded by a Toledo High School student 30 years ago, and an event commemorating this anniversary is under consideration now in early 2018. Stay tuned for more info.
Lewis Mason Thurston Area Agency on Aging includes Toledo Food Bank on their Resource Page here.
*ISO = In Search Of
ToledoTel says: Pick up your Bingo cards during the month of November from our business office and games begin December 1st! This year's grand prize is a Google Home smart speaker. 8 other fabulous bingo prizes!
From Toledo School District: Ms Welch accepts a grant from WMEA at Tuesday’s board meeting.
Funds used to repair instruments, update percussion instruments and accessories.
Today: Toledo Food Bank open 10 a.m - 1 p.m. behind City Hall on special November and December Holiday schedule:
Contact City of Toledo or call (360)864-4564 if you would like to make arrangements to donate outside the dates/hours mentioned.
Changed: Toledo Historical Society meets 4 p.m. today at Toledo Community Library.
Toledo Historical Society regularly meets 4 p.m. fourth Mondays at the Community Library, where the History Room displays early pictures, papers and artifacts generously donated by area families. The Society also participates in numerous projects in the community, and funds scholarships.
January 2017 newsletter includes 2016 Society summary. New members welcome.
Tonight: City Council convenes 6 p.m. tonight at Toledo City Hall. Council meetings held 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.
Tuesday: Lewis County Interlocal (Medic One) held 7 p.m. third Tuesdays monthly at Toledo Fire Department main station. Open to the public.
Visit http://www.toledofire2.com/calendar.html for more info.
Looking ahead: Toledo Schools reminder:
- November 22nd early release
- November 23rd & 24th No School
- Nov 28th Boys Basketball vs. Chief Leschi 7:00
- Nov 29th Girls Basketball vs. Castle Rock 5:45/7:00
- Nov 30Th Girls Basketball vs. Elma 5:45/7:00
Toledo School District Press Release:
Contact: Chris Rust, Superintendent
PO Box 469
116 Ramsey Way
Toledo, WA 98591
Toledo School District
Providing opportunities and meaningful experiences to empower students to
achieve their goals. Each child. Each day. Each classroom.
Toledo School Board and Community to Explore McCleary Decision
TOLEDO November 13, 2017—The Toledo School Board is inviting the community to attend a special board meeting on December 5, 2017 at 6:30 p.m. at Toledo High School. Cal Brodie, CFO for Capital Region ESD will present on the implications of HB 2242 “the McCleary decision”. This presentation will cover the reasons why HB 2242 was needed and what the legislation means for the Toledo School District.
Throughout the presentation, community members will be invited to engage with individual board members who will serve as “table leaders”.
“The goal of the meeting is to help the board and community members understand the changes that will be coming as a result of the legislation and to use that information to make decisions about future school district proposals.”, according to superintendent Chris Rust. “There is a lot of confusion and misinformation circulating. Now that a decision on the capital bond is behind us, it is a good time for people to think about
what will be happening and what that might mean in the future.”
The Toledo School District had a $12.9 million bond on the November ballot that was narrowly defeated. The board is looking at options and next steps. This meeting will encourage community members to learn and give input to the board as they conduct their deliberations.
About the Toledo School District
Located in Southwest Washington, the Toledo School District serves nearly 780 K-12 students. To learn more, visit www.toledoschools.us.
Reservations required: Toledo Senior Center Nutrition Lunch Wednesday features pork roast with mashed potatoes & Riviera blend veggies, ice cream with berries & dinner roll. Closed Thursday and Friday for Thanksgiving holiday.
Nutrition Lunches are sponsored in part by Area Agency on Aging. Suggested donation $3 for those 60+ years of age. Contact Diana, email@example.com or call (360)864-2112 for details.
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