Hayden tid bits
Donnie Mann and Sue had a visit from her two sons, Michael and Jeremy, who make their home in Iowa. Jeremy was here for three days. Michael and daughter, Brieann, were here for a week. While in the valley Michael and Jeremy had a successful hunt.
Bella Delazzer died Nov. 6 at The Memorial Hospital in Craig following a lingering illness. She was 92. Funeral services were held Nov. 12, 1999, at the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints in Craig. The ladies of the church prepared and served a luncheon for family and friends. Interment was at Oak Creek Cemetery where Bella’s husband is buried.
Dale and Cindy Leck and Cindy’s mother, Martha Cannon, returned from a vacation trip to Las Vegas.
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Smith went on a mini-vacation to Grand Junction last weekend.
Tom Barnes was here for a hunting trip and to be with his father, Jack; sister, Tammy; brother, Tim; and their families.
Rebecca Rolando honored her husband, Jim, Nov. 10 with a family dinner to celebrate his birthday.
Olive Dean Blake has returned from a trip to Rock Springs, Wyo., where she cared for her grandson, Austin, while son, Kirk, and grandson, Cody, were on vacation.
Word has been received that Gene Skinner died in Reno, Nev., Nov. 8 following major surgery resulting in complications. He was 69. The Skinner family made its home in Mt. Harris for many years. Gene and siblings attended Hayden Union High School.
Darlene Rolando is employed as the driver for the senior citizen van in Hayden. The van travels to Craig, Steamboat Springs and surrounding areas.
The sportsmed physical therapists have moved to their new location on Jefferson Avenue. They and their patients have more room in the newly remodeled quarters.
After four days of competition at Whittle the Wood Rendezvous, Lincoln, Nebraska’s Nate Hall can count himself a seasoned competitor in one of Northwest Colorado’s premier events as he embarks on an ongoing career in the field of wood sculpture.