Hayden tid bits


Several Haydenites enjoyed the National Rifle Association Banquet at the Holiday Inn in Craig Oct. 2. It was an informative and enjoyable meeting and dinner.

Dorothy Springer recently had the misfortune of a fall. Luckily she was not seriously injured. Hope you're on the mend, Dorothy.

On Oct. 6 our 4-H members were treated to a pizza party. A big "thank 'ya" to the ladies who prepared and served the meal.

Mr. and Mrs. Kraig Copeland celebrated their 23rd wedding anniversary with dinner at the River Bend in Steamboat Springs the weekend of Oct. 9-10.

Olive Dean Blake had a visit from her son, Kirk; grandson, Austin; son, Steve; his brother; his father-in-law; and Arthur Wyman. Of course these men also roamed the hills to hunt while here.

Tim and Christy Rolando and Tim's mother, Darlene, returned home Oct. 11 from Idaho where they visited Darlene's mother, Snooks Voeitzel; sister; brothers; and their families.

The Friendship Bible Group had a pot luck brunch Oct. 11 in honor of Peggy Dunning's birthday at the home of Betty Barnes.
Mr. and Mrs. John Dunning were here the weekend of Oct. 10 from the Eastern Slope to help John's mother, Peggy, celebrate her birthday.

The Dutch Williams family lost a combine in the field to fire last week at their ranch southeast of Hayden.

Steve Bell recently returned home from a trip to Canada where he helped his friend, Darrell, with a hunting camp and went moose hunting himself.

The Sweet Adelines were at Sky Valley Lodge in Steamboat Springs the weekend of Oct. 10 for a retreat. Twenty ladies attended. The coach was Vicki Urr from Denver.

Brandi Rickman and son, Quincy Dean, were recently honored at the Legion Hall with a baby shower. Hostesses were Diane Murphy and daughter, Michelle and Steffanie Rickman.

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