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Easter egg hunts in the local area
Easter egg hunts in the local area

This is the weekend where many of our communities have Easter egg Hunts for the kids. Whether you live in Winlock, Toledo or Vader, they are here to light up your April 16 Saturday morning. This is a fun event on a Saturday morning just to watch.

Winlock Mens Club has been putting on the Winlock Easter Egg Hunt for years, 57 to be eggs-act. About a dozen men get together every year to plan what is a fun-filled event for everyone to share in.

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Mountain View accounting merges in Winlock
John Burton
Mountain View accounting merges in Winlock

In January, owner John Burton of All About Accounting merged with Mountain View CPA's. John had purchased All About Accounting a while ago, but the merger added other team members. When it comes to having your Income Tax Returned, it's always wise to have someone very knowledgeable doing your return. Now, there is a team of Mountain View CPAs to help the community.

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Showing pride in the community by cleaning up
Photo by Robin Pedrazzetti - Litter collected along N. Military Rd. near Winlock.
Showing pride in the community by cleaning up

Many remember back in the 1960s and 1970s there was a huge push to clean up our roads. You would see several signs that said littering will get you a fine. Unfortunately, we are now seeing more trash on the roads and ditches, but Robin Pedrazzetti is a member of the community who is trying to fix that, picking up trash. It's not a glamorous job, but it keeps our area looking fabulous.

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Shelly Allen promoted to Toledo's billing clerk
Shelly Allen
Shelly Allen promoted to Toledo's billing clerk

With changes at Toledo City Hall, they have hired a new person who will handle their water and sewer billing. Shelly Allen is the new clerk but she is certainly not new to Toledo. Shelly is part of the Davidson family in Toledo, which is a large family. Being part of a city is not new to the Davidson family, Anne Randt is a Davidson and she was a wonderful member of the Winlock City Council, which runs in the family.

Shelly was asked why she decided on working for the City of Toledo, she stated, "I was looking for a job that I could be happy in and feel part of a team. It is also closer to home and when I was told about this opening, I knew it would be the right choice. I also knew that working in Toledo would be a way to give back to the community that I grew up in." Shelly is definitely a girl from Toledo.

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Michelle Whitten leaves Toledo clerk position, heading to Napavine
Michelle Whitten
Michelle Whitten leaves Toledo clerk position, heading to Napavine

The City of Toledo is losing their clerk, but she won't be far, she is the new treasurer for the City of Napavine. Michelle Whitten has years of knowledge, she has been a life saver for Toledo but also for Winlock and Vader these past few years. When it comes to being a city clerk, there is nothing she can't do and she has always taken the time to explain to anyone who has a question. Michelle will be missed in Toledo.

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Chris Guenther releases new album: American Outlaw
Chris Guenther
Chris Guenther releases new album: American Outlaw

In Lewis County, the name you hear often in the country music business is Chris Guenther. Recently, Chris recorded an album American Outlaw: Volume 1 (Dime Novel Heroes & Western Non-fiction).

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Dutton Farm offers pet sitting for large and small animals
The Dutton Family
Dutton Farm offers pet sitting for large and small animals

Many in the area know when it's time to take a vacation, the first thing we think of is "what to do with our animals?" Whether it's large or small animals, it's still not easy to leave them behind. There is a new farm in the area that is wanting to take the burden off of the residents so they can enjoy their time away. Dutton Farm and Sit, LLC is now offering the service and the best part is, they come to your home to take care of them for you. Whether it be a cow, goat, chicken or dog, they will be able to take care of you.

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Lewis County 4-H Horse Department Auction
Ribbons of success by the 4-H Horse Department on display.
Lewis County 4-H Horse Department Auction

The Lewis County 4-H Horse Department is having a fundraiser. The event takes place at the Chehalis Moose Lodge on Saturday, March 26 at 5:30 p.m. This is a very fun event and it's for the kids.

Robin Gonia and Anne (Inman) Hamilton are organizing the event. Robin is a recent resident of Tucker Rd. She and Travis moved there this past year. Anne is a former Toledo High School graduate, she operates Hamilton Horsepower.

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Winlock students hard at work
Winlock High School students take classes to learn new trades so they can enter the work force after graduation well prepared.
Winlock students hard at work

The students at Winlock High School have a new shop FFA leader. Steve Mahitka has been working with the students on hydroponics, a horseshoe project and rebuilding engines. A lot goes into teaching these skills, especially safety.

Steve took the time to let us know what his students are up to. Hydroponics are used to grow things that have required soil. With hydroponics, they grow through the use of a water system.

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Improvements come to J.K. Werden Park
Improvements come to J.K. Werden Park

The Vader Park Board has been very busy getting their parks upgraded through grants and city participation. The main focus of these updates is J.K. Werden Park.

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