As of October 1st our community has a new news source – a very different kind of news source. LewisTalk launched in our area the first of the month and already this online version of news has some great articles to read and enjoy.
Not only is this is news that is published online, it is also positive news about our community. Each news item provides insight into a local person, business or happening is a positive way. One way to describe how this is different from normal news is that instead of reporting a local sports even, LewisTalk reports on an individual player or coach so that you get the inside story.
If you don’t already do so, reading newspapers online is an easy way to catch up on the latest and not clutter up your house with paper(s). I have these websites set in my “Favorites” and then one click and I can easily get to my favorite sources of news. I recommend you take a look at LewisTalk and see what the buzz is about! Click HERE for the direct link.
Another interesting website to put in your Favorites is DiscoverLewisCounty. This website provides information on things to do and see in Lewis County. This is a great one to visit next time you have visitors from out of town. There are great pictures from around the county to view as well. Check this out HERE.
Enjoy the week ahead and explore these two Lewis County focused websites.
Quote of the Week: Happiness is when what you think, what you say, and what you do are in harmony. – Mahatma Gandhi
Happenings this week:
Saturday, October 10th: ‘The Seven Year Itch’ Coming to Fox Theatre Historic Fox Theatre Restorations Saturday is screening the next film in its 2015 Movie Series, the 1955 drama “The Seven Year Itch,” presented by Debbie’s Boutique. Showtimes are 2 and 7 p.m. Admission for the movie is $8 per person, $7 for members, and $20 per family (three to four persons). For more information, call the Fox Theatre at (360) 623- 1103. All proceeds from the event benefit the restoration of the Fox Theatre.
Thursday, October 15th: Movie Night at Stillwaters Estates. This month’s movie is called “61” in honor of the upcoming World Series. This is the story of Mickey Mantle and Roger Maris’s attempt to break Babe Ruth’s 1927 home run record. Ice Cream is served at 5:45 p.m. and the movie starts promptly at 6:00 p.m.
Friday, October 16th: Fundraising Breakfast for Pope’s Kids Place. 7:15 a.m. at O’Blarney’s Gibson House in downtown Centralia. $15 per person. This is a great local organization to support. For more information click HERE.
Weather: After a blustery day today and tomorrow (rain is more than possible) we will turn to sunny days next week. Another delightful October week to enjoy.