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Lyle mom wins 'Wheels of Hope'

Callie Thysell of Lyle accepts the “Wheels of Hope” keys to the 2007 Toyota Camry from Dave Griffith. Pictured are, left to right, Bill Nielsen, Bicoastal Media sales representative; Tammy Dirks, Bicoastal Media; Callie Thysell holding her daughter Yeva; David Griffith, owner of Griffith Motors; Kimberly Fischer of Country Financial Inc.; Lucy Johnson of Crestline Construction; Jim Entwisle of Salon Visio in Hood River;  and Nathan Gross of Bicoastal Media.

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Callie Thysell of Lyle accepts the “Wheels of Hope” keys to the 2007 Toyota Camry from Dave Griffith. Pictured are, left to right, Bill Nielsen, Bicoastal Media sales representative; Tammy Dirks, Bicoastal Media; Callie Thysell holding her daughter Yeva; David Griffith, owner of Griffith Motors; Kimberly Fischer of Country Financial Inc.; Lucy Johnson of Crestline Construction; Jim Entwisle of Salon Visio in Hood River; and Nathan Gross of Bicoastal Media.



Callie Thysell was more than a little overwhelmed Thursday as she sat with representatives of Bicoastal Media and Griffith Motors, working through the details of making this year’s “Wheels of Hope” car, a 2007 Toyota Camry from Griffith Motors, her own...

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