On Nov. 9, the Napavine volleyball team left for the State 2B volleyball tournament. After a long drive to Yakima, the girls settled into their hotel. In the Sundome, the girls were anxious to start. The team faced a loss with Colfax, but would win their two games on Friday. The only teams the girls lost were in the championship. The seniors were Melissa Lee, Abbigail Music, Tyler Colburn, Mollie Olson and Madelyn Thompson. The senior girls have attended the State volleyball tournament every single year of their high school career.
The Lewis County Elections this year have been a nail biter for some of the elected positions. The elections are to be certified on Nov. 28 with the absentee ballots being counted on the Nov. 27. The race for County Clerk is so close that it may mean votes will have to be recounted since they are less than 1/4% of 1% percentage point apart.
Currently, Scott Tinney leads Carla Shannon by 23 votes, he has 7270 and she has 7247. Absentee votes could decide this race.
Napavine had 4 city council positions up for grabs and all ran unopposed. Mike Wood, Jim Haslett, Shawn O'Neil and Laverne Haslett will be the city council for 2018, the only new addition was LaVerne Haslett who was Napavine City Clerk for many years.
The first Tuesday of November Napavine honored our veterans in the community. Veteran's Day was honored by the school by having no classes on Nov. 10.
This Saturday, Nov. 18 will be the Olequa Advisory Board's Annual Holiday Bazaar. Doors are open from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Please come out and support our vendors. All items are handmade or artfully repurposed so you are guaranteed to find a unique gift that cannot be purchased anywhere else. This is a prefect opportunity to shop for that person in your life who appreciates the unique gifts or who can be a little difficult to shop for.
And don't forget to stick around at noon to get some of Joanne Parkison's famous chicken soup! $5 for a bowl of soup and a roll or $3 for dessert and coffee. Get both for $8 if you're extra hungry! All proceed of this meal go towards the Olequa Senior Center.
Dick Bowen isn't just a life long resident of Winlock, he is also a Korean War Veteran. He was born and raised in Winlock, Washington, graduating in 1949. He was in Korea for a year and his experience there shaped him for the rest of his life.
The Winlock Boys Basketball needs your help this year and the way to help them will be a gift that will last through the entire year. They are looking for business and individual sponsors to assist these young men with the expenses of the basketball season.
Last year the donations helped to provide at no cost to the players themselves, shooting shirts, T-shirts, socks, balls, team dinners and spring/summer and fall tournaments. In their third year at Winlock they are expecting another wonderful participation among high school boys and with that comes more expenses. This is where the community can help.
Recently, Andrew Morton from Winlock, a volunteer with the Fallen Outdoors, had the opportunity to go to Texas to help with the Hurricane Harvey relief. While he was there he had the opportunity to help several people in need and work along side law enforcement and social media to figure out what towns were in need. Many were small towns like Winlock. Many didn't have FEMA or The Red Cross helping so Andrew and his group made it their mission to help.
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