Hayden News


Hayden News
Four members of the Sweet Adelines flew from Salt Lake City, Utah last week bound for Portland, Ore., where they attended a competition. While there, Rebecca McBride and Andrea Huffmire joined them. The entire group of ladies all had a good time.
Friends and family helped Holley Barnes celebrate her birthday last week with several celebrations.
Olive Dean Blake enjoyed a visit last week from her son Steve, his brother-in-law and father-in-law. They all came especially to hunt.
Mae Coverston has retruned to her home in Berthoud following a visit here with her daughter Lori and family, son Ed and wife Corky from Craig, grandchildren and of course her many long-time friends.
Sister Mary Ann Flax was honored on her birthday last week with numerous gifts visits, and dining out. Sounds like she is a very popular lady when her special day rolls around.
Julie Grubbs is a patient at the Yampa Valley Medical Center in Steamboat Springs having undergone surgery on her foot.
George Hawn and wife Connie and dear friend Joe Kenady, have returned from Little Rock, Ark., where they went for the funeral of George's mother Anita, who was buried beside her late husband.
Tom and Selina Kostur have returned home from a trip to pick up their new vehicle and get away for a few days. Kayla and Colby visited grandmother Silvia Walker in their absence.
Tobby and Lynn Salazar are the proud parents of a baby boy born Oct. 1, 2001, at the Yampa Valley Medical Center in Steamboat Springs.
The little man weighed 8 pounds and measured 21 inches long and has been named Garrett Winfield. He has two sisters.
Paternal grandparents are Joe and Barbara Salazar of Hayden. Great grandparents are Carl Medvesk and Delfino Salazar of Hayden.
Maternal grandparents are Dick and Jean Jensen of Richfield, Utah. Great grandparents are Marvin and Iva Lamen of McCoy.
Jennifer Swedberg and daughter Megan spent last weekend in Olathe where they visited friends and did many fun things.
Girl Scout news for this week is as follows: The rededication service was held on Sunday, Oct. 21 at 4 p.m. in the high school auditorium. The third graders presented the flag. They did an excellant job.
Monday through Wednesday of this past week beginning at 6 p.m., Carolyn Moon taught sixth through ninth grade plus the leaders CPR and First Aid Training.
There will be a Juliette Low birthday costume party Saturday, Oct. 27 in honor of Juliette at the elementary school from 4 p.m to 6 p.m.

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