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Hayden — John and Elinor Reagan were here from Grand Junction the weekend of Aug. 28. They came especially for the 100th celebration at the Congregational Church. En route home they were involved in a car accident at the intersection of First and Ranney streets in Craig. Their car was demolished, but neither sustained serious injuries. Karen and Tim Gilroy took them home. — John and Elinor Reagan were here from Grand Junction the weekend of Aug. 28. They came especially for the 100th celebration at the Congregational Church. En route home they were involved in a car accident at the intersection of First and Ranney streets in Craig. Their car was demolished, but neither sustained serious injuries. Karen and Tim Gilroy took them home.

— John and Elinor Reagan were here from Grand Junction the weekend of Aug. 28. They came especially for the 100th celebration at the Congregational Church. En route home they were involved in a car accident at the intersection of First and Ranney streets in Craig. Their car was demolished, but neither sustained serious injuries. Karen and Tim Gilroy took them home.

Carol Rickman had a visit from her son, Jack, and Janet last week.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Epps had a visit from her sister, Frankie, and husband M.D. Hudson.

The Girl Scouts will host a cookout at Hayden Town Park from 4 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. Sept. 11 for seniors and grandparents. Hot dogs, salad, watermelon and drinks will be served. For more information, call 276-4152 or 276-3536.

Mamie Bugay is at home recuperating from her last hospital stay in Denver. She is doing well.

The 100th year celebration held at the Congregational Church Aug. 28-29 was a success. Hats off to Forrest Frentress who worked so diligently to coordinate the weekend of festivities. The church members need to be commended for all their hard work.

The Archuleta and Mack families had a potluck dinner Aug. 21 at the home of Ernie and Linda Archuleta. Afterward, the family and personal friends honored Cammy Archuleta with a baby shower. The crowd enjoyed games, refreshments and watching Cammy’s eyes light up when she opened gifts. The Archuleta family was happy that Solome, Cindy, children and grandchildren, Sylvia and Lisa, could share in the celebration.

Chase and Holley Salazar celebrated their eighth birthday on Aug. 22. The twins had a party at their home at 10:30 a.m. with friends, cousins and relatives from Denver with games, gift opening and refreshments. Chase chose a white monster truck cake and Holley chose a chocolate Tweety Bird cake. In the afternoon, the family attended the rodeo where Chase and Holley finished off the day with Mutton Bustin’.

Barry and Nancy Castagasso recently returned home from a trip to Ottowa, Canada, where they attended the First World Clydesdale horse show. There were 300 Clydesdales entered in this fantastic show. Tony and Maureen Castagnasso (Tony is Barry’s brother), placed first in the Stallion Cart Horse competion. Don and Billie Castagnasso (Don is Barry’s father) placed fifth in the line class with their colt. The family visited with friends from all over the United States, Scotland and Canada. Nancy says it was all just wonderful.

Sand Reed delighted the residents of The Haven with his guitar picking and singing the evening of Aug. 28. Everyone enjoyed the entertainment. It is wonderful for someone to share their talent with the seniors. Thank you, Sand.

On Sunday, Lorraine Morrison will give a piano recital at the Hayden High School in the auditorium at 2:30 p.m. This will be special as Morrison has promised her students that she will also play at the recital. Refreshemnts will follow.

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ball are at home following a trip to Denver, where Mick had surgery. They were involved in a five car pile-up, but luckily were uninjured.