NASELLE - The extended winter-like weather conditions continued for the Naselle area at least through Sunday, April 20. Snow, hail and low temperatures were the norm for the last three days of the week and extended into the beginning of the next week. Snow accumulation in the lowlands of the Naselle area didn't amount to much more than a coating of the white stuff, but brief heavy snow showers did occur during a couple of those days. The temperature dipped below freezing at night during that time and the daily highs were only in the 40s. The lows were record setting, or near record lows, for the date.

In contrast to some northern areas of the west side of the state, the Naselle area got off easy. For example, Everett had eight inches of snow, with up to 11 inches in some of the small towns north of that city. One consolation is that the lawn doesn't need to be mowed as often as usual.

Naselle Lutheran salad luncheon

NASELLE - The annual Naselle Lutheran Church salad luncheon will be held Saturday, April 26, in the Naselle Lutheran Church. The plant sale, featuring Al Simukka's tomato plants as well as plants of many other varieties will begin at 10:30 a.m. The luncheon, which features salads of all types as well as breads and a beverage will be served from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. for a $6 donation. In addition to plants, there will be quilts, crafts, and baked goods for sale. All proceeds will be used to support mission work of the church.

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