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Here in the Great Northwest, it's Friday, April 28, 2017

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Rochester High School presents the musical play Rosie the Riveter on Friday, April 28th at 7pm in the commons at Rochester High School, 19800 Carper Road SW. Rosie the Riveter is about a woman named Rosie and many of her friends and family members who worked at an auto parts factory, which they convert to an airplane parts factory during World War 2. Tickets are $10 for adults, $8 for senior citizens & military, and $5 for students. Call 360-273-5534 for more information.
West Lewis County 4-H is having a Chili Feed this Saturday, April 29th, from 2-7pm, at the Baw Faw Grange, located at 955 Boistfort Rd, in Curtis. The cost is only $8 per person and free for those 5 and under. It's All-You-Can-Eat chili, corn bread, dessert and drinks. Proceeds will help 4-H members attend the Next Level Show Pig Camp coming to Chehalis in June. Call 360-520-1311 for tickets or for more information.
Rochester School District presents ART's Fest 2017 this Saturday, April 29th, at Rochester High School. The event will feature Jazz Band performances in the commons from 1-2pm. See the play Rosie the Riverter on the main stage at 2pm. There will be displays of student artwork, along with face painting and a raffle. The Band Booster Dinner will be held from 4-5:30pm. The cost for the dinner is $5 per person. The Gala Concert will round out the day from 6-7:30 with performances from different Rochester High School Choirs and Bands.
STOP & SWIM is sponsoring a Bunco Night for the Veterans Memorial Pearl Street Pool, on Wednesday, May 3rd at 5:30pm at the Chehalis Moose Lodge, located at 1400 Grand Ave. The cost is $20 per person at the door. There will be prizes, snacks, and a no host bar. For more information, call 736-4621.
The American Association of University Women will meet on Thursday, May 4th at 6:45pm in the Gathering Place at Stillwaters Estates, located at 2800 Cooks Hill Road in Centralia. Use the entrance off Scammon Creek Road on Colonial Drive. Visitors and guests are always welcome. This month's meeting will focus on Antiques and Secondhand Items.
The Cowlitz Coin Club of Longview-Kelso is having its 49th Annual Coin Show on Saturday, May 6th at the AWPPW Hall, located at 724 15th Avenue in Longview. Show Hours are 10am-4pm, and admission is free. You'll be able to buy, sell and trade coins, currency, tokens and medals from numerous Pacific Northwest dealers. There will also be free drawings and prizes.
The annual Spring Youth Fair will be held on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, May 5th-7th at the Southwest Washington Fairgrounds. The event will feature lots of livestock, food, a kiddie tractor pull, and carnival rides. The Spring Youth Fair will have exhibits for art, photography, science and much more. For ticket information, call 360-736-9758 or head to springyouthfair.org.
A Bunco Night Fundraiser will be held Friday night, May 12th. The event will be held at 206 East State Street in Mossyrock. Social time and a nacho bar start at 6pm, with games starting at 7. The cost is $20, which includes the nacho bar and prizes. This is a family-friendly night. Proceeds will benefit the non-profit group, Raise for Rowan which helps families with funeral expenses when they have lost a child. You'll find more information at raiseforrowyn.org.
If you're in need of clothing for a job interview or a new job, make sure and stop by the New Life Thrift Store on either the second Saturday or the third Wednesday of each month between 11am-2pm. All clothing is free! The New Life Thrift Store is located at 1757 North National Blvd, in Chehalis, on the north side of Sunbird's. Donations for the Dress for Success program are also being accepted. Call 360-736-9558, ext. 149 for more information.
The Washington State Domestic Violence Hotline provides crisis intervention and safety planning, as well as referrals to community programs across Washington that provide services to those experiencing domestic violence. You can call the hotline at 1-800-562-6025 or head to wadvhotline.org.
If you have no health insurance, or a high deductible and can't afford to see doctor, there is help! Every Tuesday night, a faith inspired ministry staffed with volunteer doctors and nurses is available for urgent care and basic health care services. Health and Hope Medical Outreach is a walk in clinic that's open Tuesday night, from 5:30-8:30pm at NW Pediatrics on Cooks Hill Road, across from the hospital in Centralia.
The Lewis County Family Support Network connects people with developmental disabilities and their families to resources and information. Services offered include: Educational Workshops, Parent to Parent Support Programs, Lending Library, Inclusive Events, and much more. Call 360-736-4359 or lewiscountyfsn on Facebook.
Meetings for the National Alliance On Mental Illness are Tuesdays from 5:30-7:00 pm at the Lewis County Senior Center, and Thursdays from 2:00-3:30 pm at the Centralia First United Methodist Church on Washington Avenue in Centralia. These meetings are exclusively for adults living with mental illness, and offer support for daily challenges. For more information, contact Debbie at 785-9668 or Melissa at 736-2073.

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