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Representatives of local agencies helped with the Drug Take Back on Saturday, October 26 in front of Pioneer Grocery in South Bend: left to right: Micah Ristow, Raymond Police Department; Luis Gonzalez, South Bend Police Department; Bethany Barnard, Pacif
Representatives of local agencies helped with the Drug Take Back on Saturday, October 26 in front of Pioneer Grocery in South Bend: left to right: Micah Ristow, Raymond Police Department; Luis Gonzalez, South Bend Police Department; Bethany Barnard, Pacif

Local Drug Take Back event pulls prescription medications out of circulation

"This was the 'best' year in terms of pounds collected," said Teen Advocacy Coalition Coordinator Denise Rowlett about the recent Drug Take Back event. "Overall there were 22 community members who disposed of unused/expired medications at Pioneer Grocery."

Over 192 pounds of medications were collected between the Pioneer Grocery site and the permanent drop box located at the Sheriff's Office in South Bend. Other collection sites in Pacific County included Sid's Market in Seaview and the Shoalwater Bay Tribal Center in Tokeland.

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Richter leads Turner with 400 ballots still to be counted

SOUTH BEND - After the most recent election ballot count by the Pacific County Auditor's office last Friday afternoon, there were still 400 ballots to be counted. There are 15,508 registered voters in Pacific County and 7,196 ballots were counted. The next ballot count is scheduled for Thursday at noon. The voter turnout is at 46.4 percent.

Donald Richter leads Michael Turner by 216 votes in the Pacific, Wahkiakum Superior Court Judge Position 1 race.

Toni Williams leads Michael Lignoski 1,766 to 953 for Hospital Dist. 2 Comm. Pos. 1.

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Lewis County News Features

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Photo by Kirsten Stalnaker - Front left to right, Rylee, Lorinne and Keith Birdwell
Photo by Kirsten Stalnaker - Front left to right, Rylee, Lorinne and Keith Birdwell

The Crowded Kitchen Catering Co. offers just what you are looking for

Tucked away in one of the more quiet corners of Lewis County in the town of Toledo, you will find an unobtrusive building with a sign that reads 'The Crowded Kitchen Catering Co.' This would be the kitchen for one of this area's dedicated food caterers; owned and operated by the Birdwell family who all come from a long line of passionate cooks and chefs. Lorinne Birdwell spoke about some of the things they have to offer our community in catering.

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Newly elected Mayor of Napavine Shawn O'Neil
Newly elected Mayor of Napavine Shawn O'Neil

Election results offer upsets and change

On Monday evening, November 5, fewer than 25 people were on hand to see the results of the general election at the Lewis County Courthouse, before they hit the internet. At approximately 8:10 p.m. the results were shown across the big screen in the lobby with several making comments. The last count for the week was on Friday evening, one more count is expected on November 25 with certification on the 26th.

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BRIEFLY

Get your event in the Brieflys! Send your event information to karenc@flannerypubs.com by Friday 5:00 p.m. to get your event on our calendar.

AA meeting
AA meetings are held at St. Paul's Catholic Church at the Y on SR 105 at Westport on Mondays and Wednesdays at noon and Tuesdays and Saturdays at 7:00 p.m.

WHHH open
Willapa Harbor Helping Hands office is open Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The office is located at 115 W. Robert Bush Dr. in South Bend. WHHH provides financial assistance to North Pacific County cancer patients. Assistance may include help with utility bills, rent/mortgage payments, prescription drugs, gas money for medical appointments, food, and other needs. Call 360-875-5550 for further information.

SB Food Bank
The Legacy Community Outreach Food Bank, 227 E. Water St. in South Bend is open every Wednesday from 2:00 to 5:30 p.m.

SAIL exercise class
SAIL exercise classes are held every Monday from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m., 11:30 to 12:30 p.m., 1:30 to 2:30 p.m. and on Thursday from 10:00 to 11:00 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. and Fridays (to be determined) in the Cedar Conference Room at Willapa Harbor Hospital, 800 Alder Street, South Bend. This is a no cost exercise class for participants 65 years and older. If interested please contact Sam Lund RN, MS Ed. by phone (360) 875-4536.

Survivor Camp
Can you survive without light or shelter, heat or warm food? Start assembling a Go-Bag, earn badges for every task you complete, and learn some low-tech skills to help you survive in the wild. Join South Bend Timberland Library on Thursday, November 14 from 3:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. for Survivor Camp. This event will be held after regular hours, so no other library services will be available.

Pokemon Party!
Children (ages 6 to 11) are welcome to join the Pokemon Party at the Raymond Timberland Library on Thursday, November 14 from 3:30 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Gotta catch 'em all! Celebrate all things Pokemon with crafts and snacks.

HAVA
HAVA is open from 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. every Saturday at 431 2nd St. for adoption of kittens and cats. Dogs are in foster care and are available by appointment. For more information call 360-942-4716.

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