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Craig Briefs: Annual Hunters Chili Supper today in Maybell

The Maybell Seniors are holding its Annual Annual Maybell Hunters Chili Super at 5 p.m. Friday at the Maybell Community Center. Large roasters full of homemade chili, big pots of coffee, pitchers of iced tea and a multitude of homemade pies will be on hand for hungry hunters and their families.

The community also is encouraged to attend. The cost is $6 per person. Contact Lois Stoffle for more information at 970-272-3238 or 970-269-3239. A second chili supper will also be held on Nov. 1 at the same time with the same price tag.

Pumpkins Eats ’n Treats is in Meeker on Oct. 31

On Halloween, the ERBM Recreation and Park District in Meeker will host its annual Pumpkins Eats ’n Treats. It’s been a safe destination for trick-or-treaters for the past 10 years, featuring ghostly games, scary storytelling, trick-or-treating and a parade of costumes.



To keep with tradition, parks and rec is asking local businesses to hand out treats to participants. The designated place for businesses to set up a booth/table will be on the courthouse lawn. Participants are encouraged to set up at about 3:45 p.m. For more information, call 970-878-3403.

Homecoming gallery is at CraigDailyPress.com

The Craig Daily Press has a photo gallery of this week’s homecoming happenings on its website.



If you’d like to see your child, or if students would like to see pictures of the festivities, please visit http://www.CraigDailyPress.com and click on photo galleries.

Pregnancy center set to host chili supper Nov. 2

The Yampa Valley Pregnancy Center will host its 21st Annual Chili Supper and silent auction on Nov. 2. It will be held at the Center of Craig.

Dinner will be served at 6 p.m., and it costs $8 per person, $12 per couple and $20 for a family of four (additional children are $2 per child).


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