- Point Guard Boosters Score Generous Upgrades
- Holiday Inn Open House in Toledo
- TES Students Holiday Musical @ High School
- THS Coffee House
Thanks to the Point Guard Booster Club, local donations netted new backboards, scoreboards, shot clocks and scoring table, valued around $25,000.
Details on Facebook.
From Gary and Kathy Whiteside:
We are opening up our cottage to the community for a festive holiday event. Our home has become Holiday Inn for the Season. Santa has arranged a special visit taking precious time out of his very busy schedule to spend the evening with us. He will be a reading "The Night Before Christmas" and will also be available for entertaining your Christmas wish list. Be sure to bring your camera for that magic moment.
There will be Christmas treats galore, hot cocoa, special holiday teas and more to wet your whistle all wrapped up in a Christmasy atmosphere in our Holiday Inn. There will also be a raffle for a festive evergreen garland.
We sure hope you can spend this magical evening with us. It is our way of saying thank you to our community. We all have a hand in making this a community great!
Please pass this invite on. We desire that no one be left out.
Date : December 10th
Time : 4pm to 8
Where: 590 Augustus Street, Toledo, WA 98591
Hosts: Gary & Kathy Whiteside
Rose Cottage - Glenngarann
AKA, Holiday Inn
From Mike Stavig: The students of Toledo Elementary School will be presenting the musical, “Jingle Bell Jukebox” at 6:30 p.m. Monday, December 12, at Toledo High School. The kids have been working on the musical since September. It includes music and acting, plus some special appearances by some holiday friends. The public is invited!
Toledo High School December Coffee House follows the Musical at 7:30 p.m. featuring Cheese Zombies. Always a crowd-pleaser.
Wednesday: Toledo Community Library hosts Game Time for middle and high school students second & fourth Wednesdays 3:30-5 p.m. On Facebook.
Correction: Lewis County Tribune established that pictures DO reveal the depth of decay within the high school structure. The Other Toledo incorrectly stated in Friday’s post that “photos do not reveal the decay permeating the structure.” LCT proves that a good photog beats out my fuzzy cell phone pics.
Vision:Toledo linked The Chronicle’s take on last Thursday’s FCCLA Dine In Dinner & facility tour as well, posting online Monday.
Citizens for Great Toledo Schools has distilled the data compiled by the Facilities Advisory Committee into priority upgrades and critical repairs. Details online. Also on Facebook.
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.
Photos from TOT archives unless otherwise noted.
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