September 26, 2001
The Hayden Public Library will again sponsor the preschool story hour beginning at 10 a.m., Oct. 4. All children and mothers welcome.
The Colorado State Patrol sponsored a childrens car seat check at the Hayden Town Hall last Saturday, Sept. 15. Reports are that it was very informative and well spent time to learn so much about your childs safety.
A review meeting following the Routt County Fair for all superintendents was held at the Exhibit Hall Tuesday evening Sept. 18. The group discussed any changes necessary and welcomed any ideas on how to make the fair bigger and better for this coming year. Linda Long was unable to attend. Debbie Alpe and Terri Doherty joined these folks to make it a very worthwhile evening of windows for the future improvement of our fair in 2002. Everyone enjoyed pizza and pop together. Great meeting!
Enid Kuchler has been here from her home in Hawaii for several weeks visiting friends and traveling to many interesting sites. While here she has been a houseguest of Pat Tuck.
Tim and Karen Gilroy drove Daisey Epp’s fifth wheel to Texas for her last week. She will be spending this winter there with her daughter Narsha and family,
Birthdays galore! Emily Hallenbeck turned 12 Sept. 22. Her baby brother, Richard, turned two on the same day and twin cousins three years old. Calls for party time big time. More next week.
Watch for enrollment dates for the Girl Scouts in Hayden at the elementary school. Oct. 4 will be the first scheduled meeting for this year. On Oct. 5 the scouts will begin working toward their nut and candy fall sales. Please remember. lf for some reason the girls do not reach you personally, you may call 276-4152 to place an order. The girls will also begin working on plans for the rededication ceremony to be held in the near future. For more information call 276-4152.