Winlock Dance Center will be having their Grand Opening this Saturday, July 27 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Robin Brumley is the new owner of the location formerly occupied by First Street Styling. Robin just moved to the area from San Diego, California and recently purchased the building. She has been busy getting it ready for her new dancers.
Robin has an adventurous side, she decided to go to Seattle from San Diego for New Years Eve. On her return to California, she got off the train in Centralia and knew she had found her new home.
This week's yard of the week belongs to St. Paul Evangelical Lutheran Church. It may not be the most beautiful yard, but it may be the most lovely and caring. The parishioners of St. Paul's Lutheran Church donate their time, efforts, and seeds to grow this garden. Nearly 100 pounds of fresh produce has been harvested and donated from St. Paul's garden to the Winlock Vader Food Bank. They donated 70 pounds of produce last week.
The practical nature of St. Paul's church project is a wonderful gift to the members of the community. Sue Lindeman started the project in 2013 a year after retiring. She and her husband spearheaded the project with the enthusiastic help of members from St. Paul. Even some of the children meet at the Church on Wednesday mornings to help harvest the vegetables that will be donated to the food bank on the same day.
Washington has been barraged with some of the 'wackiest' weather over the past year and meteorologist are predicting it may get even wackier. The El Nino pattern is expected to dissipate over the next few months with forecasters and forecasting models predicting the possibility of a 'neutral' pattern on the horizon. The problem: neutral normally means wild in meteorologist lingo.
The abnormal year thus far
The El Nino pattern that developed late in 2018 has become one of the weakest in recent memory for the Pacific Northwest according to Pacific County Emergency Management Agency Director Scott McDougall and several meteorologists. El Nino typically means warmer-than-normal temperatures over the winter months along with dryer conditions.
The Willapa Harbor Festival is only a week and a half away and Willapa Harbor Chamber of Commerce Director Michelle Layman is hard at work putting the finishing touches on the annual event. The festival will take place at is the normal location at 3rd Street Park in downtown Raymond with other events held around the downtown area.
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