April 13, at 6:30pm the Logsden Community Club will host an informational presentation in conjunction with their monthly potluck.
Amy Chapman from the Lincoln County Health Department will give a power point presentation on drinking water quality. A grant has been awarded to the Health Department to provide water quality testing to local homeowners at no charge. To qualify, you will need to fill out a form and bring it with you to the pot luck on April 13. Forms are available at the Logsden Store or by contacting Amy at 541-265-0431. At the meeting people, wishing to have their drinking water tested, can sign up for a time when Amy and her co-workers will come to their house and collect the water samples. The samples will immediately be put in a cooler and taken to a lab in Corvallis.
Everyone is welcome to attend this informative presentation, visit with old friends and make new ones. Please bring a dish of your choosing and your own place setting. It is widely known that there are no bad cooks in Logsden, so you will enjoy the bounty.
The Logsden Community Club donates a portion of its’ profits back to the community including the Siletz Valley Volunteer Firefighters. The Logsden Community Center, located at the junction of the Logsden/ Siletz Highway and Moonshine Park Road, is available to rent and is a wonderful location for local gatherings including weddings, family reunions, memorials and other celebrations. The facility also houses a commercial kitchen for cottage industry entrepreneurs who market culinary items and is a designated emergency shelter. Rental rates for events at the center are reduced for individuals who become members of the Logsden Community Club.
For further information contact Teresa Simmons @ 541-992-2709.