Lewis County News June 23, 2021

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Lewis County News June 23, 2021


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100th Anniversary a success for Winlock Egg Day

The Egg Day royal court, including Queen Josalynn Shepardson, Princess Alexis Davis, Princess Izabella Crow, Princess Eva Ming, and Princess Grace Tover, in front of the newly repaired and painted egg float.

By Lynnette Hoffman Winlock Egg Day 100th Anniversary was a huge success. The rumor had been there would be a lot of people, over 2000. People enjoyed the festivities and Winlock was busy. It was one of the largest crowds we have seen in many years. Winlock Egg Day has now been in existence for 100 years and the crowd came out to show their support. The Egg Day Queen Josalyn Shephardson was selected Friday evening. Roy Richards posthumously was the Grand Marshall. The Egg Day Car Show started the morning off. Once again, the car show was packed with cars on Front St. and the side roads. There were some beautiful cars, from roadsters

There were also elected officials who joined the parade. The 19th district's Senator Jeff Wilson drove his miniature tank and Representative Joel McEntire was walking with the Lewis County Back the Blue. There were no 20th district representatives or Senators, don’t worry though, they will show up next year because it’s an election year. Also in attendance were Commissioners Sean Swope, Gary Stamper and Lindsey Pollock. Commissioner Swope dressed as a chicken and many were happy to see the Commissioner taking part in the day. Lifetime resident

Carol Wallin also dressed up as a chicken and enjoyed the festivities. Misty Mayor, co-chair of the Winlock Egg Day Committee led the Winlock Egg Day Committee to success. She stated, “This was one of our best Egg Days! But I probably say that after every one of them I've had the honor to be a part of! LOL. However, this one was egg-stra special. Winlock High School band performs during the 2021 Egg Day After the last year we've all Parade. had, it felt good to stretch out, reconnect, and invite folks to come help us celebrate our Egg Day history. Thank you to all who helped make our

to Camaro’s to everything in See winlock Page 3 between. As soon as the parade started with the Winlock Fire Department, it was the beginning of a fun filled parade. Winlock Egg Day Queen Josalynn Shephardson, Grace Tover, and the Egg Day Royalty court are always at the beginning of the parade and today was no Winlock Fire Department pulled out the old fire engine. exception. There were over 60 entrees this year and the crowd enjoyed every minute. The Winlock High School band performed for the crowd. It was a fun bunch to see. Winlock Dance Center won the first place award for the parade. As always, vintage Model A’s were in the parade, this is always a wonderful group to see. Many attend most of the parades through- Brady Cagle with Brady’s Refinishing and Jeramy Allman, City out the year and it is a blessing of Winlock Mayor pro tem, redoing the Winlock Egg Day Float. Lewis County Commissioner Sean Swope enjoying the festivities They did a great job. to see them at these events. dress as a chicken.

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Obituaries In Loving Memory of

Grace Evelyn Meikle Collins

Grace Evelyn Meikle Collins went home to be with her Savior and loved ones on Thursday, June 17, 2021. She was born on January 31, 1937, in Castle Rock, Washington, to John and Julia Meikle. During her childhood, Grace participated in 4-H, Girl Scouts and Camp Fire Girls. She attended school in Castle Rock and graduated from Kelso High School in 1955. After her graduation, Grace attended Western Washington University where she earned degrees in Life Science and Art and went on to earn her Grace Evelyn Meikle Collins Master’s Degree. Shortly after her graduation from college, Grace married Norlin LaRay Collins of Kelso, Washington. They went on to have three children. The family enjoyed their life in Cowlitz County. Grace taught at several schools in the area including; Carolls, Toutle Lake, Longview Christian, Columbia Heights Christian Academy and Kelso Christian Academy. She also was a member of The Cowlitz County Camp Fire Association, Daughters of the Pioneers, Cowlitz County Genealogy Society and The Catlin Cemetery Committee. She was also a member and Sunday School teacher at several churches in the area including; Kelso Assembly of God, Toutle Lake Community Church, Columbia Heights Assembly of God, Castle Rock Nazarene Church and Castle Rock Christian Church. Grace also started a Boys and Girls Mission Club at her church, where she enjoyed sharing her faith with the next generation. Grace spent her life serving others and was willing to help those in need. Some of Grace’s hobbies included drawing, sewing, rock collecting, cooking and playing music. She also enjoyed discovering new places and took many road trips across America and managed to visit each state except Hawaii. Her interest in family genealogy led her to compile, write and self-publish her book entitled Ever Onward. Grace is preceded in death by her father, mother, sister and husband. Her surviving family members include; sister Bertha Brown, children Kathryn Collins, Paul Collins and Rebecca Allen and their spouses, Lisa Collins and Scott Allen, and her grandchildren Keith, Lisa, Brian, Lachelle, Kennedi and great grandchild Merida. Grace’s family would like to extend an invitation to family and friends in a celebration of life at the Castle Rock Christian Church on Saturday, June 26 at 11:00.

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Public Notice • Public Notice • Public Notice • Public Notice • Public Notice Legal Public Notice IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN LEWIS COUNTY C I T Y O F N A PAV I N E , a Washington Municipal Corporation, Plaintiff,


RICHARD HAROLD BURLINGAME, SR., and RUBY REBECCA BURLINGAME, a married couple; and All other persons, entities, or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien, or interest in the real property described in the complaint herein, Defendants

Cause No.: 20-2-00220-21 SHERIFF’S SALE S E R V I C E PUBLICATION

YOU ARE COMMANDED to take this Writ and satisfy the judgment, interest, costs, and fees entered herein out of the nonexempt real property located in Lewis County, of the Defendant-Judgement Debtor, RICHARD HAROLD BURLINGAME SR. and RUBY REBECCA BURLINGAME, a married couple; and all other persons, entities, or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien, or interest in the real property described in the complaint herein, in the above-entitled action.

The amount due and owing as of May 21, 2021, is THIRTYFIVE THOUSAND EIGHT HUNDRED TWENTYSEVEN and 74/100ths DOLLARS ($35,827.74), B Y with interest accruing at a rate of TEN and 55/100th’s DOLLARS ($10.55) per day until satisfied. Address: 111 Fourth Ave SE, Napavine, WA 98565

Judgment Rendered: 05-21-21 Writ Issued: 05-21-21 Writ Received: 05-21-21 Levy Date: 05-25-21


BURLINGAME, SR., and RUBY REBECCA BURLINGAME, a married couple; and All other persons, entities, or parties unknown claiming any right, title, estate, lien, or interest in the real property described in the complaint herein. A writ of execution has been issued in the above-captioned case, directed to the Sheriff of Lewis County, commanding the Sheriff as follows:

Parcel number: 008286-001-000 Legal Description: Lots 5, 6, and 7, Block 4, Urquhart’s Second Addition to the Town of Napavine, According to the Plat thereof recorded on October 10, 1990, under Auditor’s File Number 2002092, Records of Lewis County, Washington. WITNESS: The Honorable James W. Lawler, Judge, of said Superior Court, and the sale of the said Court hereto affixed on May 21, 2021. The sale date has been set for July 16, 2021. YOU MAY HAVE A RIGHT TO EXEMPT PROPERTY from the sale under statutes of this state, including sections 6.13.010, 6.13.030, 6.13.040, 6.15.010, of the Revised Code of

Washington (RCW), in the manner described in those statutes. Publish: June 2, 9, 16, 23, 30 and July 7, 2021


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If developed the property address is:

111 Fourth Avenue SE, Napavine, WA 98565 IN THE SUPERIOR COURT OF THE STATE OF WASHINGTON IN LEWIS COUNTY C I T Y O F N A PAV I N E , a Washington Municipal Corporation, Plaintiff,


The sale of the above described property is to take place: Time: 10:00 a.m. Date: Friday, July 16, 2021

Cause No.: 20-2-00220-21


RICHARD HAROLD BURLINGAME, SR., and RUBY REBECCA BURLINGAME, a married couple; and All other persons, entities, or parties Judgment Rendered: unknown claiming any 05-21-21 right, title, estate, lien, or Writ Issued: 05-21-21 interest in the real property Writ Received: 05-21-21 described in the complaint Levy Date: 05-25-21 herein, Defendants

To: Richard Harold Burlingame, Sr., and Ruby Rebecca Burlingame. The Superior Court of Lewis County has directed the undersigned Sheriff of Lewis County to sell the property described below to satisfy a judgment in the above-entitled action. The property to be sold is described on last page.

Place: North Street Entrance Lobby, Old Lewis County Courthouse, 351 NW North St., Chehalis, WA The judgment debtor can avoid the sale by paying the combined judgment amount of $35,827.74, together with $10.55 per diem, from the date of Judgment, May 21, 2021, to date of sale, with costs, and fees, before the sale date. For the exact amount, contact the Sheriff at: 345 W. Main Street, Chehalis, WA 98532. Dated this 26th day of May, 2021. ROBERT R. SNAZA, Sheriff Lewis County, Washington By: ___________________________ Kevin Engelbertson, Chief Deputy Parcel number: 008286-001-000 Legal Description: Lots 5, 6, and 7, Block 4, Urquhart’s Second Addition to the Town of Napavine, According to the Plat thereof recorded on October 10, 1990, under Auditor’s File Number 2002092, Records of Lewis County, Washington. Publish: June 2, 9, 16 and 23, 2021



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NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON A VARIANCE REQUEST NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Planning Committee of the City of Vader will hold a remote public hearing on a Variance request the 8th day of July 2021 at 5:00 p.m. at Vader City Hall, 317 8th Street, Vader, WA. The property involved in the proposed request is located at: 901 Main Street, Vader WA. The proposed variance is for: A reduction of front yard setback from 20 feet to 10 feet and rear yard setback from 15 feet to 10 feet. Any persons wishing to comment on the proposed variance may submit written comments to Stephanie Pelton, Vader Deputy Clerk, at City of Vader, PO Box 189, Vader, WA 98593, or email vadercity@centurylink.net or by attending the public hearing remotely at https://global.gotomeeting.com/join/502972813 or in person at 317 8th Street, Vader WA. You can also attend via phone at +1 (408) 650-3123 Access Code: 502-972-813. Persons with questions regarding the variance may contact Stephanie Pelton, Deputy Clerk, at (360) 295-3222. 87190

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100th Anniversary (19212021) the success it was and to the folks who came to enjoy the day with us. The Egg Day Committee will start working on plans for next Egg Day in September. We welcome your feedback and your help.” Mayor Brandon Swenson, who drove the Egg Day float, was on hand throughout the day. It is the busiest day for Winlock and everyone enjoyed

the day. Mayor Swenson stated, “I couldn’t be more proud of how the community came together. All the hard work and effort that everyone involved put into this 100 year Anniversary made it one to remember.” Riding the float was the Winlock Egg Day Royal Court: Mini Princess- Izabella Crow 7 years-old, Little Miss Princess- Alexis Davis 9 years-old, Petite Princess- Eva Ming 10

years-old, Jr. Princess - Grace Tover 12, and Queen- Josalynn Shepardson 16 years-old. The evening was filled with live bands that gave us great entertainment until midnight. This year Dawn and Dan offered free rides home for those who did not want to risk the drive. The Winlock Police Department, Chief Valentine, Officers Jackson and Calcagno said they helped throughout

the evening and truly appreciated their service to the community. There was a lifetime resident who was 83 years old who stated he had never seen so many at Egg Day, I would have to agree. Winlock Egg Day Committee, thank you from those of us who enjoyed a fantastic day, your hard work is appreciated.

The Washington State Department of Ecology, Water Quality Program is currently planning its permit workload for the coming year (July 1, 2021, through June 30, 2022). We will be making permit decisions for wastewater discharges in your community. Permits help protect water quality by setting limits on the amount of pollution that may be discharged into lakes, rivers, marine waters, and groundwater. In addition, permits define monitoring, reporting, and other requirements. The facilities listed below will have permitting decisions made this year. The permits have been ranked in order of the environmental benefit to be gained from permit reissuance. A tentative decision on which permits to issue, renew, and which to reauthorize under the existing permit is presented in the following lists. Further Information: If you want to comment on any permits, you can be placed on a e-mailing list for a specific facility to receive a copy when available, or to be placed on the general e-mailing list, please contact: Permit Administrator: Carey Cholski at carey.cholski@ecy.wa.gov TDD: 360-407-6306 or write PO Box 47775, Olympia, WA 98504-7775 You can also go to our Public PARIS website https://apps.ecology.wa.gov/paris/PermitLookup.aspx to view individual permits. Permits to be Reissued: Industrial:  Callisons  Cresline Northwest  Darigold, Inc. – Chehalis  Stericycle Permits to be Reauthorized:

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With the weather being warm this week, many will be near or on the Cowlitz River. The weather typically does not bother most of us, but when it hits the 90’s, we are all a little uncomfortable. Thank you to those who come over to celebrate Egg Day with Winlock. Steve Orr and Donnie Kirkendoll were out. Carol Sorensen Stanley was out enjoying the parade. It was great to see the Toledo group over here. Toledo Cheese Days are right around the corner. This is an event that fills the entire city and it’s days of fun. Bigfoot always shows up and the parade has quite a few entrees. The favorite part are the tractors in the parade. Most are older models and you can also see youngsters riding with their dads. It is a great event and we are all looking forward to it. Some of the events are the Cheese Day Kick-Off Celebration at Morgan Arts Centre where they toast the 2021 Big Cheese. This takes place Thursday evening at 6:00 p.m., entry fee is $10. On Friday, the morning starts at the Newaukum Valley Golf Course with the Cheddar Open. Lunch is provided and the cost is $70 per person. One of my favorites is the Frog Jumping Contest. The event starts at 5:30 p.m. and goes to 7:00 p.m. This is a fun event, always interesting to hear the stories about how they

caught the frogs. If you have a chance, ask Mayor Dobosh about his frog catching experience. Friday night music at Donna’s is the Backfire Band starting at 8:00 p.m. Next week we will cover


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