Craig Briefs for March 23, 2013: Hayden church selling donuts to raise money
Hayden Congregational Church is selling Krispy Kreme Donuts as a fundraiser for an upcoming youth mission trip to Venezuela.
Orders can be placed through April 1, and the doughnuts will be available for pickup April 6. Call 970-276-3510 to order.
Friday car chase ends with crash in Hayden
A car chase Friday evening ended with an Oak Creek man crashing his car into a ditch on the east side of Hayden.
Routt County Undersheriff Ray Birch said the chase started in Moffat County and stop sticks were used to try to stop Joshua Benjamin Flaharty.
After crashing his car, Flaharty was evaluated by emergency responders for injuries to his face.
It was unclear how the car chase started, but Birch said Flaharty had warrants for his arrest out of Moffat and Routt counties.
Birch said in Routt County, Flaharty was wanted for not appearing in court related to incidents in Oak Creek. Police there think Flaharty was responsible for setting off homemade bottle bombs in the town in November. He was arrested on suspicion of possession of an incendiary device, a Class 4 felony, and reckless endangerment, a Class 3 misdemeanor.
Antlers for Orphans started in Kremmling
Kremmling residents Kelsey and Thadd Hargadine have started Antlers for Orphans, a program to help fund the Kremmling-based Rural Orphans & Widows AIDS Network, which serves orphans and widows in more than 30 rural villages in Eastern Uganda, according to a news release.
As part of the new program, the Hargadines are asking residents to collect and donate found antlers, the proceeds of which will go toward scholarships and health care for orphans in the program.
Volunteers are need to search for antlers, and the couple also is seeking landowners who would permit volunteers to search on their land. Donations also can be made at http://www.love
All donations to the nonprofit organization are tax deductible.
For more information, go to http://www.antlersfororphans.com.
Scholarship opportunity available for students
The Daniels Fund has announced a scholarship opportunity for non-traditional students seeking admission to select two- and four-year colleges in Colorado, New Mexico, Utah and Wyoming.
The Boundless Opportunity Scholarship fund has $600,000 to award to nontraditional students who demonstrate financial need. Each college or university may focus on particular populations from a program list that includes adult learners, GED recipients, foster care children, juvenile justice children, returning military members and individuals pursuing EMT/paramedic training.
Colleges and universities in Colorado that receiving the scholarship funding include Colorado State University – Global Campus; Community College of Denver; Fort Lewis College; Lamar Community College; Metropolitan State University of Denver; Portmont College at Mount St. Mary’s; Regis University; University of Colorado Boulder and University of Colorado Colorado Springs; University of Denver and University of Denver Women’s College; and Western State Colorado University.
For a complete list of schools or for more information, visit the Daniels Fund website at http://www.danielsfund.org.
Horizons Pick A Dish cook-off to be in April
Horizons Moffat County Adult Services is hostinga Pick A Dish cook-off fundraiser from 5 to 7 p.m. April 11 at the Pavilion. The cooking contest will feature local restaurants paired with Horizons clients. Each pair will create and prepare a specialty dish, which will then be judged by attendees and a panel of judges. Beer and wine will be served, and there will be live music. The cost to attend is $15 for adults. Children younger than 12 will be admitted for free.
MCHS Class of 1978 reunion coming up
Plans are being made to celebrate the 35th reunion of Moffat County High School’s Class of 1978. The reunion will take place June 14 and 15.
Nearly half of the class has been contacted, but many may not be aware of the festivities for a variety of reasons.
Please contact Sharine Powell Endersen at sharine@ac
endersen.com or 623-393-2015, or Reneta Kawcak at 110 W. 12th St., Craig, CO 81625 or 970-824-7245 with contact information for the following classmates:
Chet Acord, Dan Akins, Chris Allan, Matt Archuleta, Mike Atchley, Jody Bachelor, David Bachman, Monique Baker, Nancy Balleck, Mary Lynn Behrman, Randy Bergman, Joe Bower, Rusty Brady, Harold Brock, Cherryl Brown, Greg Camilletti, Dick Connor, Lance Cooney, Greg Cortez, Richard Crabtree, Nick Davis, Vic Dell, Rob Dilldine, Kathy Ditges, Kenneth Ditges, Phil Douglas, Jan Durham, Kenny Flies, Jack Ford, Matt Garcia, Abel Garcia, Brett Gardner, Argy Georgeou, Joni Grandbouche, Becky Grimm, Steve Haddan, Kirk Hahn, Dennis Harper, Viola Henson, Peggy Hinkle, Sabrina Hoffman, Dean Hunter, Davis Hutchins, LouAnn James, Kevin M Johnson, Tony Johnson, Marty Jones, Dennis Jones, Greg Knez, Donna Koivu, Stacy Leander, Kathy Marketti, Rhonda Markham, Sandy McIntyre, Shirley McMinn, Teresa Miles, Michelle Montoya, Doug Moore, Rita Moore, Billy Nicholson, Sandra Olsen, Pam Orr, Dennis Payne, Eugene Petrzak, Brenda Pickett, Monty Pilgrim, Pam Poirier, Pam Quillen, Robert Razzano, Lance Reagle, Greg Rhyne, Jeannie Rippy, Colleen Rowley, Larry Rule, Jerri Rutherford, Ruth Sales, Stan Schram,Teresa Self, Kristi Shepherd, Debbie Spicer, Janet Stehle, Ruth Stewart, Mike Stewart, James Stoddard, Bucky Taylor, Dale Thompson, Dannielle Urbanski, Nanette Valdez, Debra Vanoy, Annette Vigil, Vreta Virden, Chris Wagoner, Barbara Welch, Steve Wilkinson, Stanley Wolscen, Sandie Young, David Young and Tina Zulian.
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