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By Jeanette Chamberlain Come one, come all, to the seventh annual Olde Time Christmas and Tree lighting in Mineral on Saturday. The Mineral Arts and Craft Guild’s eighth annual Christmas bazaar will kick off activities at 9 a.m. The event will be at the historic Mineral Presbyterian Church, 113 Lincoln St. All items are handcrafted by local artists. Shoppers can enjoy complimentary refreshments while browsing through the wide range of items. The Guild’s popular basket raffle will be at 3:45 p.m. Raffle items include an item from each artist who is participating in this year’s bazaar. Santa’s Secret Shop and bake sale hosted by the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 171 will open at noon with gifts for all ages. Everyone is welcome to shop for presents and browse the bake sale for cookies, cupcakes, and other holiday favorites. From noon until closing, American Legion Storm King members will be selling hot dogs, chili, hot coffee, hot cocoa, soda and chips. The Legion’s annual tree lighting ceremony will begin at 5:30 p.m. with Christmas caroling on the lawn next to the Legion Hall. Santa and his elves will be escorted to the festivities by the Mineral Fire Department at 6 p.m. Santa will be handing out gifts for children, taking Christmas wishes and there will also be an opportunity for photos with Santa. Winners of Mineral’s annual residential holiday lighting contest will be announced at 6:40 p.m. First place will receive $100, second place will take home $75 and third prize is $50. Homes must be decorated by Dec. 7, to be eligible for judging. If you want something in the Mineral part of the newspaper, please don’t hesitate to call (360) 4925940, write P.O. Box 105, Mineral WA, 98355 or send an email to chamberlain3@ gmail.com. Please note "For Mineral News" in the subject line.
Road Rebel Car Club donates tools By Christina Crea The East County Journal Every year, the Road Rebel Car Club donates a scholarship of about $1,000 to a Mossyrock senior student going into the technical field after high school. However, this year no one qualified. But that didn’t stop the road rebel’s from finding an alternative. George Barnett, owner of Mossyrock Auto Value and member of the club for four years, said the 25-member club decided to donate $1,500 worth of tools and supplies to the Mossyrock High School’s Career and Technical Education Program (CTE). “We didn’t have a candidate interested in going to a trade school or working in the industry, so we (the club) thought it would be a good idea to donate some tools because they could be utilized by all students this year and years to come,” Barnett said. Barnett, who has owned Mossyrock Auto Value for 28 years, coordinated with Mossyrock High School’s CTE and woodshop teacher Judd Hankins to find and order tools and supplies the school needed. “Our agriculture teacher, Judd Hankins, will be able to put them (tools) to good use as he provides our agriculture students with an excellent background in mechanics,” said Karen Ernest, superintendent. “The Mossyrock School District has a strong vocational program in business education, computers, woodshop and agriculture. We are fortunate to have a community
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our location. The kids are so excited and get to shop for Christmas.” Look-A-Rama has been a Mossyrock tradition for years. “It’s amazing to see the little kids finding things for their grandma or grandpa,” Wilson said. “We always carry extra money in pockets in case a kid only has 50 cents (for a $1 item), so we might say there has been a sale and dig into our pockets. You can’t imagine the look on their faces, it’s priceless and that’s what makes this event worthwhile to all of it.” According to Wilson, she always appreciates the support from the communi-
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The family of Dillan Davis is planning a memorial balloon release on Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Randle Fire hall. Davis was 20 when he passed away in December of 2011. His family is holding the balloon release in his memory. Balloons will be provided. All family, friends, former Morton High classmates and co-workers are welPhoto courtesy Mossyrock School District come to attend. The Road Rebel Car Club donates $1,500 worth of tools to the Mossyrock School District’s Career and Festival of Trees Technical Education Program (CTE). that strongly supports our and gave the tools to the underway at Roxy school district and our vo- school on Nov. 28 includThe annual Festival of cational programs.” ed George Barnett, Jack Trees gala is underway at Among tools donated DeGoede, Mark Pearson, the BCJ Gallery and Roxy are floor jacks, torque Dick Coupal, John Pearson Theater in Morton. Local wrench, pulley pullers, di- and Mary Louise Darnell. businesses, groups and inagnostic computer, digital The nonprofit Road dividuals have decorated voltmeter and valve spring Rebel Car Club, made up 15 live Christmas trees in compressor. of those who have an inter- a variety of themes. Si“The basic point is we est in antique cars, use ex- lent bidding on the trees are trying to support stu- cess funds earned from the begins today with biddents going into the tech- Car Show during the yearly ding continuing through nical fields that are not go- Mossyrock Blueberry Fesing off to college,” Barnett tival to fund scholarships Saturday at 7 p.m. when said. “There are lots of job and other community-relat- the winners will be anopenings in the automotive ed services. This year they nounced at the conclusion field for technicians, and donated to three local food of Morton’s Christmas in good paying jobs too. But, banks and the Mossyrock the Mountains celebration. The highest silent they are very technical and High School. training is needed. The kids In the future, Barnett bids will take home the need to be exposed to this said they are open to find- decorated trees. Proceeds to know that it’s out there.” ing alternative ways to help from the event fund the Barnett said careers stu- the students and commu- operation of the local dents could go into include nity. “We like to take care nonprofit art gallery. an automobile technician of the school and keep that does repairs for deal- students moving,” Barnett Open post on White erships, body and fenders. said. “There is a whole host of Barnett might consider Pass School board automotive or farm equip- doing a work study proThe White Pass School ment related maintenance gram someday for CTE Board is looking to fill a they could do,” Barnett students at his Mossyrock vacancy on the board folsaid. Auto Value business, lo- lowing the resignation of Some Road Rebel cated at 106 State St. in Bethany Methvan. The members that presented Mossyrock. board will be appointty and merchants each year. “They are always ready to help by offering cash contributions or gift certificates for their businesses,” Wilson said. Merchants who donate to the event provide $25 in merchandise, a gift certificate, cash or something to bid on for the silent auction. This year’s raffle has a $500 first prize and a $250 second prize. “Our silent auction has a variety of prizes from merchants and individuals that are well worth placing a bid on,” Wilson said. “I have bought a quilt made by local clubs the last three years and absolutely love them.” One of the items up for the silent auction this year
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Author signing, reading at Randle Packwood author Kenton Smith will present an author reading and book signing on Thursday at 6 p.m. at the Mountain View library in Randle. Smith will discuss the process of writing his latest novel, “The Pipsqueak Kid” and also do selected readings for the western. The event is free and all local residents are welcome to attend. Free refreshments will be provided during the reading. The Randle library is at 210 Silverbrook Rd. in Randle.
Jubilee appreciation dinner at Moose The Morton Loggers’ Jubilee will have its annual appreciation on Saturday at the Morton Moose Lodge. A social hour will begin 6 p.m., with dinner at 7 p.m. According to Jubilee Manager Sonny Mettler, the dinner is to recognize all committee members, volunteers, business sponsors and others who helped with this year’s 70th annual Loggers’ Jubilee. For additional information on the dinner, contact Mettler at (360) 498-5250.
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