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The East Lewis County, Washington Chamber of Commerce is an energetic group of local individuals and business leaders working toward a common goal of creating a growing and vibrant business community in Morton and the greater Lewis County region.

Mission Statement

To improve the livability and vitality of East Lewis County.

A rising tide floats all boats 

John F. Kennedy

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ANNOUNCING: OPEN AUDITIONS
at the Roxy Theater, 233 W. Main, Morton, WA

for

THE LIGHTNING THIEF
Book by Joe Tracz Music & Lyrics by Rob Rokicki
Adapted from the book The Lightning Thief by Rick Riordan
Presented by
Centralia College East with Fire Mountain Arts Council
 Saturday, May 18, 10:00 a.m.
 Tuesday, May 21, 6:00 p.m.
 Pick-up Auditions: Tuesday, June 18, 6:00 p.m.

Calling all actors, singers, dancers, musicians, designers, and technicians, ages 12 and up,
who are interested in participating in The Lightning Thief. We will briefly discuss our
vision for the show, then follow with auditions for parts. Come prepared to read lines,
participate in simple choreography, and sing a song a cappella plus a short song with the
piano. Casting is flexible with both teens and adults playing gods, goddesses, monsters,
half-bloods, and just plain people.

Artistic Director— Lynne Olmos 360-388-6577
Music Director—Jessica Scogin 509-528-6809

Rehearsals: 6:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. Monday – Thursday beginning June 24
Performances: ROXY THEATER, Morton, August 1, 2, 3, 6, 7, 10

College credits available.
Contact Centralia College East 360-496-5022 for more information.

Morton Video Project

Pacific Mountain and WorkSource have provided funding for a video project highlighting 3 Morton area businesses. Click Here to view these videos. Note: Videos will be added one at a time over a period of weeks.

The affordable, quality OnStage Youth Theatre Education Program has two after-school sessions, spring and fall, a two-week summer camp, and a winter teen/community production. Spring and fall sessions meet twice a week at the Roxy Theater. All sessions culminate with a final theatrical production. We are a staff of professional and volunteer acting, dancing, singing, and directing coaches who focus on participants’ success. Youth find an accepting place where they belong. They develop academic, leadership, and team-building skills as they discover their hidden talents. Participants, ages 6-18, may sign up or audition for OnStage programs.

Find the OnStage Youth Theatre Education Program on Facebook.

 Gifford Pinchot National Forest Road/Recreation Conditions

United Way of Lewis County is one of several United Way recipients of a very generous donation from Seattle-based Georgetown Brewing Company. The new ‘Lewis County’s Restaurant & Bar Employees Relief Fund’ is administered by United Way of Lewis County to assist restaurant and bar employees impacted by COVID-19 and the statewide shutdowns.

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