- Santa’s Workshop Family Appreciation Day
- Santa seen Around Toledo
- Standing Rock: NDAPL To Be Rerouted
- City Council meets 6 p.m.
- Holiday Food Drives, Christmas Giving Tree
* 8:54 a.m. - Toledo, Evaline and Winlock Schools closed, per KingTV.
Sunday the Morgan Family hosted their Annual Santa’s Workshop with a gift: Family Appreciation Day.
Via Facebook, Mike says: We had a great time at today's Santa's Workshop at the Morgan Arts Centre.
Morgan Arts Centre was transformed into a dozen stations where makers of all ages hand-painted traditional wooden ornaments, 3-D snowy winter scenes, cozy gingerbread-style houses and custom gift boxes plus more. Holiday headwear, snacks and refreshments, all led up to another surprise…
Wrapping up around 4 p.m., Mike and Di Morgan thanked everyone who showed up for taking part, especially for all they (and the community) had done to help their family since August.
Monday and Tuesday offer another chance to experience making and crafting at Santa’s Workshop 3-5 p.m. for the after-school crowd. Details at www.morganartscentre.com.
Seen elsewhere around Toledo:
Kudos to The Cowlitz Tribe: Featured at a state conference of conservationists for their Otter Creek Project.
Update: As the Cowlitz Tribe stood in solidarity with the Standing Rock Sioux against NDAPL crossing their lands, this eleventh hour turnaround is an answer to prayers far and wide. More on BBC, CNN, USAToday.
Congrats to Tonya Lovell, one of twelve recipients of WSECU’s $100 Giving Tuesday awards as featured in The Chronicle Thursday, to be used to toward bettering the community. Atta Girl, Tonya!
Timberland Bank’s Annual Giving Tree assures a brighter Christmas for children in your community.
Along with Vision:Toledo, Lewis County Tribune and of course The Other Toledo, Steamboat Plaza now has an Events page on their new website to help you keep abreast of everything Toledo. Contact them to list your special occasion or to book a meeting.
Also on Facebook.
Today: Toledo City Council meets 6 p.m. at City Hall first and third Mondays monthly. Visit website for details.
Also today: ToledoTel’s Bingo Daily Number link here.
Reminder: 5 cans/$5 = 1 raffle ticket for 40” Visio HDTV. All proceeds benefit Toledo Food Bank.
Tuesday-Saturday through December 24: Gallery 505 Artists Co-op theme: Holiday Gifts under $100. Open 1-5 p.m.
While you’re there, get the details on the Art Contest for children, hosted by the Gallery 505.
Don’t forget the Metal Christmas Tree sculpture, exchange one ornament for raffle ticket. Drawing December 23.
Reservations required: Nutrition Lunches Wednesday and Friday 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.
Chipped a tooth Saturday, heading back to Portland’s OHSU School of Dentistry for urgent care sometime this week. Though I signed on for scheduled visits, this will be my second emergency trip.
What does this have to do with Toledo? Well, your humble scribe is offering a seat-on-the-bus to anyone* interested in joining me for quality care at reduced prices - on my schedule. About a dozen trips will be slated in all.
Should know by 10 a.m. what my appointment will be this week. Contact me if interested.
Update: "Bus" leaves about noon Tuesday, 1:30 p.m. appointment may last until 5 p.m. Contact OHSU soonest if you too have a dental emergency, as these spots fill fast.
*Sorry, no smokers/heavy scents. Breathing issues, you know.
OK, one more time...the link for Healthy Peanut Butter Cups recipe.
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