COYLE — Located at the end of the narrow Toandos Peninsula 18 miles off a main road, Coyle is an isolated community.
Residents’ isolation is emphasized by the wide spaces between their homes.
But many of the community’s 225 residents are determined to overcome that isolation.
Their first step was organizing the Summer Fair, held Saturday at the Coyle Community Center at 923 Hazel Point Road.
Sponsored by Jefferson County Parks and Recreation District No. 1, which operates the center, the fair featured music, food, games, a talent show and a raffle.
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