This is a busy week for the ladies, starting with the monthly Women’s Club salad luncheon and meeting at noon on Wednesday in Pioneer Hall. The hostesses provide the salad base and members bring toppings and desserts. All women are invited to join in. Then on Thursday afternoon, the Red Hat ladies will gather at 2 p.m. – also in Pioneer Hall. Again, all ladies are invited.
It looks like folks around town took advantage of the nice weekend to get some cleanup done. This is just in time for the upcoming Firewise Cleanup on Saturday. There will be Castle Rock students in town to assist residents who may not be able to do the work themselves. There is a sign-up sheet in Community Hall or call Gayle at (360) 295-3084.
The Castle Rock students have also returned at assist with Nutrition Lunch on the first Tuesday of the month. They do this on their own time and receive no class credit for doing so. Such great advocates for our little town!
This Saturday evening will be the first “Open Mic” hosted by Terry Teschner. This is a seasonal replacement for Paul while he attends classes. Terry sort of originated the event with a Monday night “Open Mic” 2 or 3 years ago. Welcome back, Terry!
It’s two more weeks until the 9th Annual Arts and Crafts Fair, so make sure and put it on your calendar. It’s a great opportunity to shop for some special gifts for the Holiday season. The RWCS Bake Sale will once again be in the kitchen and lunch will be available. Call Marty at (360) 295-0096 for information. In addition to the Craft Fair, Ryderwood’s own Gift Shop, “The Nest”, will feature many new items.