The Logsden Community Club will host an informational presentation in conjunction with its monthly potluck gathering at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, April 13.
Amy Chapman, from the Lincoln County Health Department, will give a 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, people will need to fill out a form and bring it with them to the potluck on April 13. Forms are available at the Logsden Store or by contacting Chapman at 541-265-0431.
At the meeting, people wishing to have their drinking water tested can sign up for a time when Chapman 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. Those attending are asked to bring a dish to share and their own place settings.
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 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 at 541-992-2709.