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Photo courtesy of Miss South Bend WA Teen USA, Mackenzie Kuiken Facebook - Mackenzie Kuiken from South Bend was crowned Miss Washington Teen USA 2023 on November 13, 2022.
Photo courtesy of Miss South Bend WA Teen USA, Mackenzie Kuiken Facebook - Mackenzie Kuiken from South Bend was crowned Miss Washington Teen USA 2023 on November 13, 2022.

Mackenzie Kuiken crowned Miss Washington Teen USA

Mackenzie Kuiken, a student from South Bend, was crowned Sunday, November 13 as Miss Washington Teen USA.

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Pacific County Commissioner Frank Wolfe
Pacific County Commissioner Frank Wolfe

Commissioner Wolfe to resign December 31

SOUTH BEND - Pacific County Commissioner Frank Wolfe has been forced to resign his position as commissioner effective December 31 because of Lyme disease. Wolfe, who was re-elected in 2020, has two years remaining on his term.

According to the AMA, Lyme disease is an illness caused by borrelia bacteria. Humans usually get Lyme disease from the bite of a tick carrying the bacteria. The disease causes a rash, often in a bull's-eye pattern, and flu-like symptoms. Joint pain and weakness in the limbs also can occur. Most people with Lyme disease recover completely with appropriate antibiotic treatment.

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In front Harold Sorensen; in back left to right: Grandfather Ryan Stanley, father Ryley Stanley, great-great-grandson River Gabe, great-grandmother Carol Sorensen Stanley, and great-uncle Robb Stanley.
In front Harold Sorensen; in back left to right: Grandfather Ryan Stanley, father Ryley Stanley, great-great-grandson River Gabe, great-grandmother Carol Sorensen Stanley, and great-uncle Robb Stanley.

Come celebrate Harold Sorensen's 100th birthday

It seems like just yesterday that Harold Sorensen turned 95, now he is turning 100 years old and a celebration is underway. Please join the family on Saturday, December 3 from 2:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m. at the Toledo Senior Center located at 150 Coal Street in Toledo. Turning 100 years old is an accomplishment, but more importantly, Harold has been a patriarch for the entire family, not just his immediate family.

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Winter wonderland is all about Toledo

Winter wonderland is all about Toledo

Winter in Toledo includes many events planned for the community. Come celebrate the holiday season in Toledo.

First events for kids are brought to you by Mike and Di Morgan who are once again hosting Santa's Workshop at the Morgan Arts Centre at 190 Plomondon Road in Toledo. It's for kids 5 and older who like to make things, and it's free. Children must come with a parent or adult and together they will make Christmas gifts for their friends and family on Sunday, December 4 from 1:00 p.m. till 4:00 p.m. Space is limited so sign up early. Call Di at 360-864-4278.

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SW WA Food Hub and WSDA Farm  to School feed more children this year

SW WA Food Hub and WSDA Farm to School feed more children this year

Rural students in Southwest Washington will be eating more locally-grown food for the 2022-2023 school year. That's because Raymond School District, Hoquiam School District, Aberdeen School District, and Pe Ell School District were all awarded Washington Department of Agriculture (WSDA) Farm to School Grants.

The WSDA's Farm to School Program funds school districts in Washington state to buy local food, educate students about agriculture, and more. 'Our goal is to support expanding economic opportunities for farmers while educating students about the connections between food, farming, health, and the environment,' WSDA's Farm to School Program website reads.

The School District staff are eager to feed kids in remote schools, healthy, local food. School Districts off the I-5 corridor are plagued with supply chain issues, and these funds help strengthen their food offerings.

"The Aberdeen School District is thrilled that the WSDA has once again provided the opportunity to serve our students food from local farms again this year," Jaime Matisons Food Service Director at Aberdeen School District Food Service Department said. "The Southwest Washington Food Hub helps us source locally grown meat, dairy, eggs,veggies, and fruit from Washington state farms."

Pe Ell School District, which lies 23 miles West of Chehalis, is a first-time recipient of the WSDA Farm to School Grant, but has made a valiant effort to buy local food prior to this school year.

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Classifieds 11.30.22

Classifieds 11.30.22

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