Winlock News 11.11.15
I spoke with Jo Hepner this week and she wanted to inform the residents of Winlock that this year the Methodist Church will not be having their holiday dinner. Jo has headed up this program for many years and unfortunately she recently suffered some health problems and won't be able to put on the dinner. Many of you know Jo, she is a woman who has helped this community so much. Jo, we wish you a very speedy recovery. You are in our thoughts and prayers. Thank you so much for all your hard work and dedication to the community, we appreciate everything you have done!! Please get well soon!
Winlock Timberland Regional Library programs for this week are as follows:
Junior PageTurners, 3:30-4:30 p.m., November 12 for grades 1-3. Meet for a book chat, games, snacks and a craft. Register at the library up to three weeks before the program and pick up the featured book, "Some Frog!" by Eve Bunting.
Teen Book Club, 3:30-4:30 p.m., November 13 for teens. Read this month's title, "The Scorpio Races" by Maggie Stiefvater. Pick up a copy at the library and return it at the meeting. Refreshments will be provided.
Movie Night at the Library, 5-7 p.m., November 17 for all ages. Enjoy popcorn and an exciting movie with the whole family. Check with the library to see what's playing this month. Popcorn will be provided.
Winlock Olequa Senior Center has many holiday events taking place, please help the community and attend one of these events:
Olequa Senior Center will be hosting a Thanksgiving Dinner for those 60 and over and their spouses on Thursday, November 19th at 5:00 p.m. There will be a full Thanksgiving dinner plus entertainment and door prizes. Join us for an enjoyable evening. Just like nutrition days, there is no charge but a $3.00 donation is suggested to help cover costs.
Winlock Olequa Senior Center menu for the week is as follows:
This coming Saturday is Clean the Coop weekend. Every month dedicated people in our community gather in Winlock to keep the town clean. These are people who want to see the town improve, many want the town to grow so if you have any spare time, why don't you come on down to Winlock and help keep the town beautiful!
If you would like to know what is happening in Winlock, why not go to a City Council meeting. There they share what they are doing to help the town. I have been to a city council meeting and I can honestly say it was informational. Even though I do not live in the city limits, it's always interesting to see what our little town is up to. Take the time to get to know your city council members!