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Many events on tap in coming week

Down River Dispatches

 


News from Naselle:

Naselle Comet baseball team will compete in a state playoff game in Chehalis on Saturday. Team and time to be announced. Go Comets!

This year’s annual Naselle School Spring Concert will include students from Kindergarten through High School and will be held on Monday at 6 p.m.

Bring your whole family for a delightful evening of music. The students who are participating in the program have spent many hours fine tuning their individual and collective talents to bring this program to the community. Many thanks to each of the participants and to their teachers as well.

On Tuesday, students who have excelled in individual areas of their education will be recognized during the Evening Of Excellence beginning at 7 p.m. in the Naselle Commons.

Each student receiving recognition on this night has truly done a great job throughout the year and much deserves to be singled out for their accomplishments. It is also very heartwarming for friends and family to share in this certification. I know first hand, even if it was quite a few years ago.

Westend news:

It’s down to the wire for the 33rd annual Great White Tail Run which will be held this coming Saturday with 10K, 5K and 2-mile runs through the Julia Butler Hansen National Refuge in Skamokawa. If you have not pre-registered, it will begin at 8:30 a.m. for the race which begins at 10 a.m.

For more information please call 360-465-2275 or 360-795-3278.

Get ready for a fun afternoon with great entertainment and delicious food, as well as some visiting with your friends and neighbors.

“What a Wonderful World.” will be the theme for this year’s Grays River Methodist Church Friendship Circle’s 15th annual Spring Tea and Luncheon. The event will be held on Sunday in the Rosburg Hall at 11:30 a.m.

Dress up or come casual, wear a hat and join in on the hat contest.

Join in the raffle with tickets only $1 and if you win you can select your own prize from the many available. There will be a silent auction as well with the proceeds donated to the West End Food Pantry.

A suggested donation at the door is $8 per person. Children under age 12 are $5. For more information please call 360-465-2740 or 360-484-7749.

The American Legion breakfast will be held next weekend on Saturday, May 27, in the Deep River Post #111 Legion Hall. Come on in and enjoy an incredible breakfast for a reasonable price, all you can eat pancakes with sides of sausage or ham and eggs fixed any way you like them. In honor of our past, present and future men and women in the military who are protecting the freedoms of our nation, let’s help this organization celebrate all those brave and giving souls.

For more information call Ken Elliot at 465-2274. Proceeds are used for maintaining the Legion Hall and local veterans and youth charities.

The West End Food Pantry was the recipient of much needed contributions from last Saturday’s 2017 “Stamp Out Hunger” Food Drive. To everyone who donated the many items, a huge thank you. If you missed the food drive and would like to donate, the collection boxes will remain in the Naselle and Rosburg/Grays River post offices until the end of this week.

Obviously many folks in our area plant their own gardens, unlike me. I can’t make anything grow. If I planted a weed, it would probably die. That said, there are choices for us “non green thumbs.” You can get certified organic produced fruits and veggies every week by checking out http://www.glorybfarmscsa.com. This is a great way to shop local, eat healthy, and not have to drive far from home to shop. The farm is in Grays River and belongs to the Zimmerman family. Great prices too. Check it out.

Heads up, get those veins pumped up and head to the Valley Bible Church on June 14, 12:30-6 p.m. The church is located at 4723 SR 4 West in Rosburg. Make your appointments now.

The Rosburg Wednesday Senior Lunch Bunch meets each week in the Rosburg Hall for a yummy meal that is prepared and served by Pat Potter and her volunteer crew. Come join in the fun and food.

On Thursdays a senior meal is also served at the above location and is sponsored by CAP. Lunch is served at noon on both days.

Happy Birthday to Steve Ullakko, Amy Hunt, Carol Penttila, Marc Gacke and Debbie Lopez. Wishing each of you a perfect day.

Happy Anniversary to Shawn and Joni Matthews. Here’s to many more celebrations together.

 

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