The Toledo High School's Annual Mr. T Pageant happened again March 8, run by Toledo High School's teachers Ron Gaul and Horst Malunat. The Mr. T Pageant is for senior boys to dress up and compete in certain events, and all in all, make complete fools out of themselves.
The Napavine Police Department has a new addition to their police force, John Meyers of Winlock. Napavine has needed a third officer for quite some time and it was finally approved in the budget.
The Winlock City Council approved a letter at the last council meeting on February 26, 2018, to be sent to Toledo Mayor Steve Dobosh regarding the Interlocal Agreement for Law Enforcement Services.
The letter acts as written notice terminating the Interlocal Agreement between Winlock and Toledo if the breaches are not cured within 30 days.
The February letter is a follow up to a letter sent by Winlock Mayor Don Bradshaw to Toledo Mayor Dobosh on January 2, 2018. It was then that Mayor Bradshaw informed Mayor Dobosh the desire to bring back the Winlock Police Department and terminate the Interlocal Agreement between the two cities. Toledo did not respond to the letter sent in January.
Cy Meyers was a leader in the community who for years served Winlock tirelessly and continued to work throughout his retirement years. Cy understood the words "serving your country" and he kept that attitude his entire life.
On March 29 from 5:45 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. the Toledo Elementary School presents Camp Read S'More. Campers load up your camping gear and spend a free fun filled family night celebrating the joy of reading. Prepare for stories, snacks, games, activities, and free books for kids. Sponsored by the TES PTO. For more information contact TESPTO@outlook.com.
The Napavine girls basketball team piled into two vans on February 26, and set off for their destination: Spokane. The girls have been preparing for just this moment. All of their practices and hard work lead up to State Championships. The girls had an overall placing of 5th.
The Napavine band also traveled with the girls, they were there to perform and continue to play their peppy music. Thanks to Mr. Craig, all of his students seemed to have a blast while rooting for their Napavine team.
Napavine's wrestlers are noted for their strength, perseverance and great attitudes. Since wrestling requires patience, sacrifices and mindfulness, our athletes dedicate everything they have. A team of Napavine's students decided to dedicate an entire assembly to Coach Jay Terry and his wrestling teams.
Napavine had four boy athletes headed to the State Championship. Kaitlin Bornstein accompanied them as she might've been able to participate as a sub as well.
Sydney Burdick also tagged along to watch and cheer on her teammates.
Vault Books & Brew and Castle Rock Elementary School are excited to host award winning children's writer Suzanne Selfors. The visit was made possible from a chance encounter between Vault Books & Brew owner Jennifer Engkraf and Selfors at the Pacific Northwest Booksellers Association Trade show late last year.
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