Briefly in Hayden
July 17, 2001
The Archuleta clan celebrated the 4th of July holiday with a family picnic at the Joe Sr. home. Good time for all!
For anyone interested, Weight Watchers is now meeting at 6 p.m on Wednesday evenings at the Hayden Public Library Community Room. Weight Watchers has revised its program, and members claim it’s a spectacular way to lose unwanted pounds. Anyone is welcome to join.
Sally Salazar was put on Flight For Life the evening of July 3 because she was suffering from blood clots. She was a patient at the Poudre Valley Hospital in Fort Collins until her release on July 9. She is now at home and doing quite well at this time.
Brenda Maitland and her children have moved to Taos, N.M., where her husband has been employed for several months.
Rachel Rolando celebrated her first birthday with a party at the home of her parents and brother, Chad, on July 3. Approximately 40 relatives, friends and neighbors were there to share this special day for the little lady.
On July 7, Joe and Mickie Walker hosted a family barbecue in honor of her parents who were here visiting from Colorado Springs.
The Pioneer Picnic pot luck was held at the elementary school cafeteria on July 8 with approximately 50 in attendance. Judy Green did a great job as emcee. The museum board was pleased with the numbers this year and hope for an even bigger crowd next summer.
A family reunion was held the week before last at the home of Jennifer and Megan Swedberg. Those able to attend were Jennifer’s parents, Bunny and Elaine Wright of Maddock, North Dakota; brother Ted Wright and Lisa from Phoenix, Ariz.; sister, Terry Bierle, husband Doug, children Amanda, Karrisa, Emily, and Katy of Fargo, N.D. and sister Natalie Volk, husband Jesse, children Joshua and Zachary of Harvey, N.D. The family enjoyed many activities together during the week they were here. Everyone was very impressed with this beautiful valley and the friendliness of folks here.
Bessie and Bill Hayes recently returned home from a trip to Washington. The couple took Bessie’s mother, Edith Sandercook, and aunt, Laura Moore, with them. They visited Edith’s son and Bessie’s brother Jim Benson and his family. En route home, they visited Bessie’s daughter Edith Mar in Boise, Idaho.
Molly and J. Paul Manning of Lubbock, Texas were here a week ago to spend time with family.