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WHS Plant Sale - 9:56 a.m. 4/15/2015
Woodland High School is having its 26th annual plant sale Friday May 1st 8am to 6pm and Saturday May 2nd 9am to 2pm. We have a wide variety of beautiful flowers, hanging baskets, and vegetables to chose from!

Mary Ellen Vetter - Woodland,WA

Ladies of the Lake Quilt Guild - 12:34 p.m. 1/5/2014
The Ladies of the Lake Quilt Guild will meet Monday, January 20th in the downstairs Fellowship Hall in the Educational Building at Emanuel Lutheran Church, 2218 E. Kessler Blvd, Longview. The social part of the meeting is at 6:30 p.m., with the meeting starting at 7:00 p.m. The January meeting will feature Barbara Shapel. Barbara is an award winning quilter having won Best of Show in the first juried quilt show she ever entered. Her work is in many private collections and has appeared at a number of shows and locations. Her presentation is entitled “Threads Duets, Looking at Quilts from Both Sides.” Barbara will share her two-sided art quilts, how she creates them and define how each is done. Please join us. The meeting is open to both guild and non-guild members. Non-guild members will be asked for a $5.00 donation.

Chris Baker - Longview WA

Cedar Creek Grist Mill - 4:28 p.m. 11/17/2010
The mill site is listed in the historic register. There is some information on the Clark County web site at:
For further information, you can contact Jacqueline Kamp at the County at 360.397.2280 x 4913 or jacqueline.kamp@clark.wa.gov to obtain the information in the filing for the historic qualification.

Marilee - Woodland, Washington

Information on documentation of grist mill - 9:47 p.m. 10/23/2010
I am looking for documentation on the local grist mill. Mostly on the history and the surrounding area so compare the change in the land. Any books, or local museums to visit would be a great help.

Trista - yacolt, wa

Put the blame where it belongs! - 5:58 p.m. 6/16/2010
Put the blame where it belongs!

Real estate speculators, bankers, and certain stock manipulators have caused the biggest loss of capital in history. This is resulting in huge losses for the auto industry and other companies, causing high unemployment, which in turn causes all kinds of social problems.
BP's well drilling blow out took 11 human lives. It will cost over $50 billion in clean up efforts alone. It is impossible to put a price tag on the human lives and harm to the environment. None of these things were done by the government. However, so many people are blaming almost everything on our government. Also, there are many complaints about illegal aliens. It seems wrong to me to hear Christians complain about helping other people. What happened to being our brothers keeper.
When I hear people complain, I want to ask them what they need. The fact is that most of those that complain the loudest have more than enough of everything. Look what exceptional people like Warren Buffet and Bill Gates are doing. They are giving a large share of their fortune to charity. Charity is my favorite word. I wish more people would think this way. I believe we would have a healthier society if they did.

Noel Johnson - Wooldand, WA

Planters Day Logo - 9:28 a.m. 8/14/2009
I hadn't heard anything about changing the logo. If it was OK'd at first by 100 % why mess with it?

Norma Brunson - Woodland, Wash.

Planters Day Logo - 9:31 p.m. 8/13/2009
Although I don't live in Woodland, I participate in Planters Days almost every year. When Noel showed me the new logo last year, I thought it was perfect! I can't imagine that anyone would take issue with it and/or want to change it. "If it ain't broke, don't fix it" is a good philosophy, especially when you are trying to build familiarity and consistency with the use of a logo. My opinion.

Wendy McGraw - La Center, WA

SAVE THE PLANTERS' DAYS LOGO!!! - 5:47 p.m. 8/13/2009
Some committee member are trying to get rid of the beautiful logo that was adobted just last year. I paid $200.00 for the logo and presented it to the committee. They voted 100% to adopt it. Now a few are tring to get rid of it. If you want to keep the present logo call 'JJ' Burke at 225.9888 and let him know. He is the President of Planters' Days. To see the logo go to the Planters' Days web site below. Tell all your friends and ask them to do the same. There is a petition you could sign at the Movie Gallery. Thanks for your help. ~Noel~

Noel Johnson - Woodland, WA

Woodland Historical Photo Identification Project - 8:57 p.m. 3/21/2009
Help identify people and places in over 18,000 digitized historical images of Woodland, Washington

Thre is a growing historical photo collection of Woodland and the Lewis River area currently consisting of over 18,000 digital images of historic photos from several prominent longtime Woodland residents; including over 15,000 of these images coming from the Leon Stroud collection with 8,000 of the images that were photographed at the Woodland Junior and Senior High Schools.

Phase 1 of Project Woodland Id, is the inaugural event for the community to come together and help identify people and places in the images that will be printed out on paper for people to write directly upon, while there are people who still around who remember the folks and the places in these images, especially in the school photos.

Phase one of Project Woodland I.D. covers the digitized prints and the large negatives from the Stroud collection from 1939 to the mid-late 1960’s, and other photos digitized of earlier times. Years currently identified in the Woodland High School images include: 1941, 1944, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1953, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1960, 1961, 1962, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1967, 1969, and 1973. There are thousands and thousands of additional photos with no dates attached to the image that need identified. General categories of the school images include: baseball, basketball, cheer-yell leaders, class photos, classrooms, clubs, dances, drama, FFA, faculty-staff, football, girls sports, music, portraits, school building, school life, track, and wrestling.

The goal of this 100% volunteer project CURRENTLY is just to digitize the images, as most of the photos are negatives and are deteriorating very quickly and will be lost forever. But we need help from people who lived and still live in the Woodland area to help to identify the people and places in these images, so these photos will have more meaning and the people will be correctly identified in the photos for the years to come.

When: Saturday May 2 from 9-6 p.m. and Sunday May 3 from 1-5 p.m.
Where: Woodland High School Commons, 757 Park St. Woodland, WA
Admission: Free
Benefits: Proceeds from reprints of photos benefit the Friends of the Woodland Library, and other community projects.

Erin Thoeny - Woodland, WA

Latest info about NF Lewis High Water. - 8:46 a.m. 1/12/2009
By the way, while the reservoir center was predicting 150,000 cfs inflow, we only reached about 61,000 cfs inflow. We really lucked out on the path the storm followed which stayed pretty much north of Swift. We still saw 6 inches of rain at Swift. There were a bunch of slides in the basin so the water will be muddy for quite some time

Noel Johnson - Woodland, WA

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