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Maybell elementary children were host to the second annual Veterans Day celebration at Maybell School. Local Veterans and community members attended the celebration. The children sang a variety of American songs and veterans were thankful to teacher Linda McCabe for starting this Veterans Day celebration last year.

The local 4-H Maybell Rustlers had its meeting Friday. A Christmas party was discussed and a date was set for Dec. 11. Re-enrollment papers were passed out along with the list of projects the rustlers may take. The re-enrollment forms need to be completed along with $10 and dropped off at Lance Poole's house by Nov. 19. If help is needed with completing the forms, call Jean Stetson.
The Rustlers gathered Saturday in Craig for their 4-H window display. The group met at Robbs Grocery and put their display together. The group's window display will be on display through Nov. 22. Everyone is encouraged to see the job the Maybell kids did. The Maybell Rustlers would like to thank Robbs Grocery for letting the kids use a part of its window.The Rustlers gathered Saturday in Craig for their 4-H window display. The group met at Robbs Grocery and put their display together. The group's window display will be on display through Nov. 22. Everyone is encouraged to see the job the Maybell kids did. The Maybell Rustlers would like to thank Robbs Grocery for letting the kids use a part of its window.

The Rustlers gathered Saturday in Craig for their 4-H window display. The group met at Robbs Grocery and put their display together. The group’s window display will be on display through Nov. 22. Everyone is encouraged to see the job the Maybell kids did. The Maybell Rustlers would like to thank Robbs Grocery for letting the kids use a part of its window.

The Maybell Women's Club met Tuesday for its monthly meeting. The women all met for a salad supper. Each member brought a different salad.
At the meeting the women discussed the cemetery and the library committees. New committees were selected for the Christmas party and the upcoming plays. The women welcomed new member, Marla Stephenson from Sunbeam. All local women are invited to attend the Women's Club the second Tuesday of each month.At the meeting the women discussed the cemetery and the library committees. New committees were selected for the Christmas party and the upcoming plays. The women welcomed new member, Marla Stephenson from Sunbeam. All local women are invited to attend the Women's Club the second Tuesday of each month.

At the meeting the women discussed the cemetery and the library committees. New committees were selected for the Christmas party and the upcoming plays. The women welcomed new member, Marla Stephenson from Sunbeam. All local women are invited to attend the Women’s Club the second Tuesday of each month.

The Maybell School Parent Advisory Committee (PAC) met Thursday. The PAC discussed upcoming school events and assigned who would help with what. Jean Stetson spoke about the school improvement committee meeting and the PAC expressed its concerns on school improvements for Jean Stetson to take back to the school improvement meetings. PAC encourages all parents to attend the monthly meeting held the first Thursday of each month.

Maybell Park is closed for the season. After hunters left Sunday and Monday Maybell Park closed the bathrooms and put up chains on entrances.
For the first time ever the park will be reopened for the Dec. 1-31 hunt for camping only. Bathrooms and showers will remain locked until next spring. For information regarding Maybell Park, call Karen Burley or Gene Bittler.For the first time ever the park will be reopened for the Dec. 1-31 hunt for camping only. Bathrooms and showers will remain locked until next spring. For information regarding Maybell Park, call Karen Burley or Gene Bittler.

For the first time ever the park will be reopened for the Dec. 1-31 hunt for camping only. Bathrooms and showers will remain locked until next spring. For information regarding Maybell Park, call Karen Burley or Gene Bittler.

Maybell Library is celebrating children's book week. The book of the week for the children's area is “Max's Dragon Shirt” by Rosemary Wells. The young adults will be interested in Harry Potter books just off the best sellers list. The book of the week for the adults is “The Testament” by author John Grisham. Check out all the new books and videos the library has.
The library is receiving The Denver Post along with many other newspapers and magazines. If there is a favorite author or a certain book you are looking for and Maybell Library doesn't have it, workers will get it for you. For more information, ask librarians Becky or Dianne.The library is receiving The Denver Post along with many other newspapers and magazines. If there is a favorite author or a certain book you are looking for and Maybell Library doesn't have it, workers will get it for you. For more information, ask librarians Becky or Dianne.
The Teddy Bear story time is going well. The Maybell children ages 2 to 6 have been coming from 11:30 a.m. to noon each Wednesday and hearing storyies and making crafts. All children are welcome to join.The Teddy Bear story time is going well. The Maybell children ages 2 to 6 have been coming from 11:30 a.m. to noon each Wednesday and hearing storyies and making crafts. All children are welcome to join.
There is a story time for children age 6 to 11 from 2:45 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. each Wednesday. A story is read each time and home schoolers are encouraged to attend.There is a story time for children age 6 to 11 from 2:45 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. each Wednesday. A story is read each time and home schoolers are encouraged to attend.

The library is receiving The Denver Post along with many other newspapers and magazines. If there is a favorite author or a certain book you are looking for and Maybell Library doesn’t have it, workers will get it for you. For more information, ask librarians Becky or Dianne.
The Teddy Bear story time is going well. The Maybell children ages 2 to 6 have been coming from 11:30 a.m. to noon each Wednesday and hearing storyies and making crafts. All children are welcome to join.
There is a story time for children age 6 to 11 from 2:45 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. each Wednesday. A story is read each time and home schoolers are encouraged to attend.

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Now that all the hunters have left for home after another hunting season, Maybell is resting with new winter hours at Maybell Store. Hours are from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Maybell Restaurant’s hours are Sunday through Thursday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and Friday and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. Maybell Restaurant will be open Thanksgiving day for a traditional Thanksgiving dinner from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.