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FOS auction begins this Saturday

Skamokawa News

 

October 6, 2022



SHORT--Due to technical difficulties, once again this will be a very brief column.

FOS AUCTION--The "Cornucopia of Treasures" online auction begins this Saturday, Oct. 8, at 6 p.m. and will go until Oct. 22 at 6 p.m. To take part in this important Friends of Skamokawa fundraising event, go to http://www.32auctions.com/auctionfos2022.

FLEA MARKET--This will take place this Saturday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Wahkiakum County Fairgrounds in Skamokawa.

GIFT OF WARMTH--Please donate all your gently used or if possible new "warm" items for the Puget Island Auxiliary's 2nd year of rounding up items to give to others. Hats, scarves, gloves and coats and jackets are all needed. Drop off barrels are located at the Puget Island Fire Hall and at Rivermile 38 Brewery. They will be available in October and November. For further information contact Sherill Bollin, 360-951-3985 or Liz, 360-200-2247.

SPECIAL DAYS--Those celebrating birthdays from October 6-12 are Ron Britt, Matt Helms, Justin McClain, Holly Luthi, Collin Montgomery, Kevin Vik, Jessie Havens, Natalynn Hoven, Jeff Baldwin, Kristina Heiner, Peter and Paul LaBerge, Cindy Turner, Lisa Frink, Mike Hartley, Doug Manary, Tracey Williams, Lisa Sauer, Ron D. Cothren, Breanna Lorenzo and my only granddaughter Tessa Sechler.

Celebrating anniversaries are Bryce and Kelly McClain, Mr. & Mrs. William Owen and Adam & Samantha Pedersen celebrate their west coast wedding.

May you all have wonderful celebrations this coming week.

PROUD MOM--Jonnie Knowles just found out that her daughter, Kristi Langston, will soon be headed to southern Florida where she will be part of a "search & recovery" team after Hurricane Ian devastated that part of the state. We will keep her in our thoughts as she deals with this difficult task, but with 17 years of experience in the fire department and EMT world, we know she'll be making her Mom proud again as she deals with this most unpleasant task.

SYMPATHIES--We'd like to send our sincere condolences to the family of Patty Renfro who passed away last week. Once again, we have lost an "Island Girl" all too soon. RIP, Patty.

 

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