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Centralia Chronicle (Newspaper) - December 20, 2001, Centralia, Washington
A4 a the chronicle Centralia Chehalis wash., thursday dec. 20. 2001 local news in Brief s in the area Centralia seeks applicants for two Airport Board vacancies the City of Centralia will begin accepting applications in january 2002 for two Volunteer positions on the Chehalis Centralia Airport Board. One position is for a four year term and one is for a two year term according to a release issued by the Centralia City manager s office. The Centralia City Council will select and appoint the volunteers. The Airport Board meets once a month usually at 5 30 . On the first wednesday and occasionally at other times for special meetings or workshops. Anyone interested in applying May pick up an application from the City clerk at Centralia City Hall or Call 330-7674 for More information. Puget sound blood Center to hold blood drive dec. 31 puget sound blood Center is holding a blood drive from noon to 3 . And 3 45 to 6 . Dec. 31 at Thorbecke a fit life Center in fort Borst Park. Anyone wanting More information or to sign up As a donor May Call Karen at 736-4326. Matrix coffeehouse will Host Seattle classical musician Mark Goldberg a Seattle area classical guitarist will perform an evening of classical selections at 8 . Friday at the matrix coffeehouse 434 . Prindle. Chehalis. Goldberg a concerts include pieces by Bach and Villa Lobos rags by Scott Joplin the Nutcracker suite by Tchaikovsky and original compositions. He is known for his unorthodox chord changes and Finger picking styles. The matrix coffeehouse is an alcohol and smoke free environment. The concert is intended for All Ages families Are Welcome. Admission is $5. School collects $375 for food Bank schoolchildren at olympic elementary presented greater Chehalis food Bank coordinator Jeff Smith with s375 wednesday morning. Several pupils led by Shannon Trask. Tyleen Moyer Hallie Bock Nicole Hamre Lauryn Ticknor and Taylor Cothren. And aided by Chehalis dare. Officer Neil Hoium and custodian Rusty Brower offered hot chocolate to students before school for about the last month a cup Cost 50 cents and a refill to cents. Proceeds kept the Enterprise running and profits were earmarked for the food Bank. Police beat accidents a Market Street was closed in Chehalis wednesday afternoon while firefighters rescued a 62-year-old Man trapped inside his vehicle following a collision which involved two vehicles. Harvey n. Hoisted Mossyrock the Dover of a Ford Bronco that ended up on its left Side on Market Street near 19th Avenue about 5 . Was the Only occupant according to police and fire officials. Capt. Bill nacht of the Chehalis fire department said Gas was leaking from the Bronco prompting concern about fire. Firefighters used a special Glass cutting Handsaw to remove the Windshield while firefighter Steve Mench was inside protecting hoisted ready to remove him if a fire ignited. Firefighters stood by with hoses. Hoisted was taken to Providence Centralia Hospital where he was treated and released the occupant of a parked vow Bug which was hit was not injured according to Chehalis police department Deputy chief Dennis Dawes. Oui citations a Joshua m. Hicks Doan 17, Portland was cited on tuesday. Lewis county jail a inmate population in the main facility As of this morning 124 men and 23 women. There Are 136 Beds in the jail. Staying in the separate facility known As the work ethic restitution Center Are 29 people some of whom Are on work release some of whom Are a work offender eighteen people Are on electronic Home monitoring and six Are on Day reporting. In the past 24 hours 10 people were booked into the jail and seven were released a a a a a information published in police beat is compiled by the chronicle staff from the official toffs and records of Ureal police agencies. In you have any information about any of these incidents Call crime stoppers at 800 74h-6422 lotteries Washington a wednesday games lotto 1-2-19-28-46-47 two winners Quinto Jack of Spades eight of Spades eight of diamonds King of clubs. Three of clubs Lucky for life 22-51-52-67 no Winner Keno 10-11-20-22-24-25-32-33-34-35-37-56-59-61-62-67-72-74-76-79 daily game 4-2-7 Oregon a wednesday games Power Ball 20-26-35-36-43 no Winner megabucks 5-16-20-26-44-47 no Winner pick 4 1-8-2-2 Metal prices a Gold $276.10 Handy amp Harman Only daily quote a Silver $4,303 Handy amp Harman Only daily quote corrections e e e e e the chronicle seeks to be accurate and fair in All its reporting it you find an error or believe a news item is incorrect please Call the newsroom As soon As possible at 807-8224. Between 8 a in and 5 . Monday through Frida Centralia students Carol for merchants by Paul Ali Eva the chronicle three groups of about 400 students from Washington elementary school traversed the streets of Centralia wednesday morning caroling for local businesses. The caroling has become an annual tradition for the students. Who take to the streets to raise their voices on the last Day before their Christmas vacation according to Deb Farnham Washington elementary s physical education teacher. A it started As a physical fitness activity Quot Ham said a and a Way to spread Community cheer. We do it As a thank you. To give Back to the she said they surprised the City s merchants the first time they went caroling five years ago. But a they kind of expect us . They re ready for us. They look Forward to our coming around Quot fifth Grade students from classes taught by Catherine close. Gwen Jones and Linda Smith sixth graders from classes taught by Dan Garry. Christine Langford Geneva Nelson and sue Parke and fourth graders Whitney Harrison and Michael Campi Middle sing Christmas carols mates from Washington elementary. From classes taught by Canna Chatwin Sarah Mittge. Shawna Peterson. Brenda Pohlman and Marci White walked and Sang for about 90 minutes before returning to their school for hot Cocoa. A at 9 30 we left the gym and went to the fire station Quot close said. A they blared their lights for us and honked their horns w hich was a lot of annual Winter Library Reading program will begin in january by the chronicle the Timberland regional Library fourth annual Winter Reading program for youth will begin Jan. 2. Children and teens through High school age will have opportunities for fun Reading activities based on this year s theme a dragon tales a and chances for winning dragon treasure known nowadays As prizes. Young Library users Start their quest by stopping at one of 27 Timberland libraries and picking up books magazines books on tape a dragon tales bookmark and the first of three tickets for a prize drawing. On specially designed sheets participants can draw a picture or write a one Page Story poem or essay on the topic a if i lived in the time of they May also create an artwork at Home using they own Art supplies or recyclable items. Participants have three opportunities to enter the prize drawing when they Start the program when they Check Back in with the Library after Reading for awhile and when they turn in a written piece or artwork. A so. Polish your Armor ready your Steed grab some books and begin a Winter Reading quest at the Library. A a says Kristina Kauffman librarian at Tenino Timberland Library and one of this year s youth Winter Reading program coordinators. A dragon tales a ends March 30. Local branches participating in the youth program Are Chehalis Mountain View in Randle. Packwood. Salkum Tenino and Oakville. Paid obituary Thelma Evelyn Jones Day Thelma Evelyn Jones was born in Chehalis. She has entries. She has a poem a for Caroline and John in the John f. Kenney anthology. Her work was read by Dave Ballard on radio Kiro and Kiwi Seattle. He read from her books a pebbles Flung and a be my guest. The program was syndicated to 22 stations across the United states Over a period of 12 years until the death of Dave Ballard. She recently had a Book enjoyed writing poetry since a enter my Joy published childhood. For the class of out of print. She had been 1936 annual she wrote the compiling a collection of class prophecy in rhyme humorous poems under the she appeared in the 60�?Ts title a a Hogwash. Another puget sound poets column Book was being compiled As Many times in Seattle p l., a labor of love it is called and numerous other a psalms to rhyme a it was newspapers Denver Post to be the entire Book of Fullerton Tribune Tacoma psalms 150 chapters set Tribune to name a few. To rhyme to make it easily also she wrote for several read poetry books twentieth she had a Book Century a greatest poems published a the Rose of american Bard. Rose Park. It is a Beautiful International Hall of Fame poetry composed by poets and ideals Magazine. Rosamond Rose who so she has won several first generously gave Rose Park prize awards in Lewis co. To us All to enjoy. Senior dynamics. Her she read her poetry and poems have won prizes As ran poetry contests at local Well. Wren Hill school schools. Many children Romance won the Robert were inspired by her to write Frost memorial award and their own poetry. She found was read nationally on . This very rewarding a line by Tennessee Ernie Ford from one of her poems was she has certificates of a my trophies Are the smiles recognition from National along the poetry Day and has had arrangements under the prizes and honorable direction of Brown mortuary mention from world poetry Chehalis a. Obituaries published in the chronic in Are free. Announcements of special services that accompany obituaries Cost $15. The chronicle reserves the right to edit obituaries to meet news guidelines. From there the fifth graders walked to City Hall. The chronicle. Churchill James Glove Factor and key Bank singing a Jingle Bells Quot a we wish you a merry Christmas a Quot frosty the snowman and Quot Rudolph the red nosed Reindeer Quot the fourth graders visited guest Only care Center. Hall s medical Center phar in downtown Centralia with class Macy and fullers Market place. The sixth graders Carole for businesses on main Street Down to the veterans memorial museum. Paul Ali Eva covers municipal government and Public issues for the chronicle. He May be reached be mail at or by calling 807-8239. Libraries begin adult Winter Reading programs in january is the chronicle the end of december holidays Marks the beginning of the annual Timberland regional Library s adult Winter Reading program. Now in its fifth year the program offers an enjoyable indoor getaway for the mind and chances for prizes such As trips to local resorts gift certificates gift baskets and show tickets. Adults trl cardholders May pick up information and a Reading record at one of the 27 Timberland libraries beginning Jan. 2. Each time they Complete five bocks Between january 2 and March 31. They May turn in a form listing the titles and fill out a ticket to enter a prize drawing. District wide prizewinners will be drawn during National Library week april 14 to 20. All prizes have been provided by businesses. Some libraries will also have local drawings during the program for prizes donated by local businesses and fiends of the Library groups. Participants must be 18 or older and have a current Timberland Library card account. Local libraries will have Complete rules and prize lists. For people who would like help picking out it xxx Reading Library staff Are Happy to offer suggestions and print and electronic readers advisory resources. Associated with Quot seniors helping seniors Quot with 2 locations to serve you Al Home living inc. Medical equipment for the Home Quot Quality products Al discount prices 360 864-6912 vis Vic 360 673-7472 us Titan amp a Fiat m Sei vices Low Cost cremation one Low Cost with dignity 1-800-575-8823 digital for everyone experience the Bravo digital difference in hearing Aid technology a lower Cost 100% digital technology a comfortable and Clear sound Quality a nearly invisible Cic Model a completely automatic performance Bravo a Penton hearing systems James p. 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