The Mt. St. Helens Club is southwest Washington’s oldest & favorite outing club. Currently with 100 members & growing, the club schedules hikes (almost) every Monday and (almost) every Saturday year round. During the winter, hikes are often replaced by x-country skiing & snowshoeing. Other outdoor activities include biking, camping, canoeing and picnicking.
Monday hikes are Easy to Moderate: (3 to 7 miles & less than 1000 elevation) Saturday hikes are Moderate to Difficult (5 to 12 miles & over 1000 elevation).
To learn more, access the website:mtsthelensclub.org
Once looking at the website press the “Events” tab, then select the outing you want to begin your experience with this great group of people. If you have questions about this event, just phone the leader. If you get an answering machine, leave a message & expect a call back.
Runners and walkers meet each Saturday for an hour of exercise followed by coffee. Location varies each week, check website for details.
Sign ups for Longview Girls Softball will be on Sat. Feb. 7th at the clubhouse at the softball fields on 7th Ave. (next to Columbia Ford). Registrations will be taken from 10am-2pm. Please bring a copy of your birth certificate. For more information, please contact the league office at 577-1006.
MEDICINE WHEEL TEACHINGS
Spiritual Leader Of The Cowlitz Tribe
Ongoing Classes Meet the 1st Saturday of Each Month
(*September only will meet on the 12th)
Noon to 1pmDrumming Circle1-4pm Teachings 4 – 5pm ishContacting the Spirits of the Wheel
The Snake Clan Medicine Wheel teachings are taught by Chief Roy Wilson (Grandfather) the Spiritual Leader and Storyteller of the Cowlitz tribe. Kyle Ward and Maureen Browning, Ritual and Shamanic Practitioners, Healers and Sun Dancers will show you how to contact the spirits of the medicine wheel to assist in ordinary daily life by receiving helpful information, teachings and guidance. Please bring your drum and/or rattle, sack lunch, blanket, eye covering, bottle of water, an open mind and heart to hear thesimilarities of the traditional Native American medicine wheel teachings with those of Christianity, Judaism, Hinduism, Buddhism and other world religions. Donations appreciated to help pay for Roy, Kyle and Maureen’s teachings, time, travel expenses and space rental. The Grange Hall214 W Cowlitz Avein downtownCastle Rock, WA98611
Contact Maureen Browning or Kyle Ward for directions or questionsRaven House Healing360-703-1394
Centralia 10/21/2009 Wednesday and 10/22/2009 Thursday 6:00pm to 8:30pm and 6:00pm to 8:30pm Centralia Community College, 600 Centralia College Blvd, Centralia Instructor(s): Nita Cook, Madrona Mortgage - Olympia and Diane Weaver, Reward International Real Estate Co-Sponsored by: DFI Please Note: For reservations call 360.791.7355 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
ARE YOU LIVING IN FEAR OF FORECLOSURE?
Housing counselors are available the first Saturday of every month at the Longview Public Library 1600 Louisiana St, Longview, WA 98632 from 12 pm until 4 pm to provide resources regarding foreclosure and the options available to homeowners.
It’s a tough time for many homeowners. Families in our community are being impacted by foreclosures, but help is available. The Family Finance Resource Center is a non-profit agency with certified housing counselors who can provide options to save your home.Housing counseling has assisted hundreds of homeowners in our area and this service is available at no cost to the homeowner. Please call 360.423.9197 to find out about your options. Once again the number is 360-423-9197
Pancake & Waffle Breakfast held at Sons of Norway Sat. April 3rd from 8:30 - 10:30 am at 224 Catlin St W, Kelso, WA 98626.
Menu includes ham, pancakes, waffles, scrambled eggs, coffee and juice for a $5 donation.
Pickled herring, lefse making supplies and more at our Breidablik Butikk!
Enjoy your old time favorites as Don Marko and Tom Monson entertain our guests with their accordion music.
Looking for new recruits to add to our growing junior's leagues. Both female and male skaters welcome We have two age groups: 8-12 and 13-17 *Ages 8-12 are strictly a "no contact" group. This means that they are learning the basics of the sport and play with positional blocking only. *Ages 13-17 are allowed to play with full contact, once they are properly trained in all skating areas including safety and rules of game play. No previous skating experience is necessary to get started.