The Wahkiakum County Eagle - Established as The Skamokawa Eagle in 1891

Remarkable friend will be honored by event

 

April 25, 2019



To The Eagle:

This is a reminder that Saturday, April 27, the Pioneer Center Association will host their annual spring Tidy the Town event. They are dedicating the day to their former president, the late mover-and-shaker Kay Cochran, who was always very enthusiastic about the Tidy the Town program and making Cathlamet look its best for residents and visitors alike.

As usual, the hope is that the weather will cooperate, but the work will go on even if it rains. Wear appropriate "gardening" gear, bring your gloves and weeding tools, and meet at the Community Center at 9 a.m., to get assignments from the current president, Suzanne Holmes. Last year the library, Community Center, and Pioneer Center got center stage, this year the Wahkiakum Museum and Strong Park are slated for the same TLC. There are many other areas that could use some polish to give our town the "quaint village" feel, and if you have a suggestion for one, let Suzanne know. The more workers we have, the more we can accomplish before noon.

Thanks to a volunteer hostess the Community Center will remain open for the event, so coffee, bathrooms, and a comfortable place to relax are available. It will be a fun day, a good cause, and a way of remembering a remarkable friend.

Patty Battaglia

Cathlamet

 

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