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Thursday, Nov. 20, 2014 - Mason County Journal - Page A-7 STAFF REPORT 741 SE Craig Road. schools to fund reading and news@masoncoun com The auction was previously arts programs, field trips, spe- held at Bob's Tavern in Shel- cial programs and playground Shelton's Toys for Kids Plus ton. equipment. Auction will be at a new loca- In its lifetime, the auction It also helps provide uni- tion for its 14th year. has raised $502,962 for pro- forms and scholarships to This year's auction is sched- grams for children in Masonyouth sports teams, Boy Scout uled for 1 p.m. Dec. 13 at the County. and Girl Scout troops, swim Shelton Elks Lodge 2467 at The money goes to Shelton and water safety lessons, and supplies and equipment for ing. The venue will also have children with special needs, food and a bar. The Elks have The auction also funds the scheduled a prime rib dinner Toys for Kids Plus annual and music for that evening. Christmas shopping day at Donations should be de- Wal-Mart. livered to Shelton Veterinary The Shelton Elks Lodge Hospital at 104 E. J St. in is nonsmoking, handicap ac-Shelton, or call Sharon Brocha cessible and has ample park- at 426-3598 for a pickup. Shelton resident Alleyah Simmons, 4, has her teeth checked by Dr. Paul Phillips of Omak on Monday inside the 38-foot Washington Dental Service Foundation SmileMobile in the parking lot of Evergreen Elementary School in Shelton. Phillips is a host dentist for the program by the foundation and Seattle Children's Hospital, which partners with community groups, schools and dental workers to provide mobile dental care to underserved children and youth throughout the state. This year, it is scheduled to visit 35 communities. Journal photo by Gordon Weeks 40 et 8 begins 68th tstmas basket STAFF REPORT in Shelton, or mailed to P.O. Box 430, St. identification with a current address or news@masoncountycom Shelton, WA 98584. The group will also be taking names a copay of a PUD bill with the correct The program's 2014 goal is $35,000, for the annual Toys for Kids Plus shop- address. The annual 40 et 8 Club~Mason which could provide gii certificates for ping days. Toys for Kids Plus has sched- Children signed up for the shopping County Journal Christmas food bas-as many as 1,000 families to purchase uled its annual auction fundraiser for day must be 16 or younger. Family ket program is beginning its 68th year food for the holidays. 1 p.m. Dec. 13 at the Shelton Elksmembers must have proof of the child's of providing holiday meals for Mason Gift certificates will be redeem- Lodge at 741 SE Craig Road. name and date of birth. Acceptable County families, able at the Shelton Safeway at 600 W. Sign-ups will be between 9 a.m. and identification includes a birth certifi- Monetary donations for this year'sFranklin St. 1 p.m. Nov. 29, Dec. 3, Dec. 6 and Dec. cate or official document, such as a re- program can be dropped off at the Ma- Sign-ups for the gift cards will take 10 at the 40 et 8. cord from a hospital, doctor's office or son County Journal at 227 W. Cota St. place at the 40 et 8 Club at 113 W. Cota People signing up must have photo school. f Do you feel you have a hearing loss that may be due to loud noise exposure at youl past or present work? You May Qualify For Hearing Aids. At Avada Hearing Care Center we are a local hearing aid company who offer assistance in filing State Labor and Industries, Federal and Self Insured Claims. If you already have a claim in process we can help you track it. If you already have hearing instruments from a workers compensation claim, come to Avada for cleanings, batteries, and service. Find out what you are hearing and what I you are not. Our standard battery of | I electronic hearing screenings check I both your hearing, and even more I importantly, your understanding. | I See (and hear) for yourself if your hearing | is normal. Those with a hearing loss I will be able to listen to digital hearing I I aids right on the spot. I Hear Your Absolute Best" Hearing Care Centers www.avada.com No Interest Plans Available OAC. Accepts most insurance, Labor and Industries Federal and most Self Insured. IIrIFn u n FacebookI Benefits of hearing instruments vary by type and degree of loss. Consult your Avada hearing care provider. 2014 HHM, Inc., 39E