Maybell tid bits
November 18, 1999
Maybell School children were hosts to their grandparents on Thursday. The children named their big event “Harvest day.” Each student invited a grandparent or a special adult to eat a big dinner with them. After the meal they were taught how to weave by Mary Carrera on the homemade weaving looms made by the Moffat County High School woodworking class. The highlight of the day was making cornhusk dolls and listening to Katie Buffam on her accordion.
Maybell seniors had a dinner of stroganoff meatballs Thursday. The 24 seniors gathered at the Community Center at noon to eat and visit. This was the only senior dinner in November so everyone may enjoy Thanksgiving dinner with loved ones. The next dinner will be Dec. 9 at noon at the Community Center. Bring 75 cents and a covered dish. The senior bus travels to Craig each Tuesday. If you need a ride give Dave a call.
The Maybell Rustler 4-Hers are encouraged to complete their 4-H enrollment and return them to Lance Poole by Saturday. If you need help completing them, call Lance or Jean Stetson. This does include leaders and cloverbuds.
All 4-Hers are reminded achievement night is Saturday. All the Maybell Rustlers need to be at the pavilion at 6:30 p.m. to help serve.
The Maybell 4-H Club reminds all Maybell locals they are still collecting aluminum cans. If you have any to donate, call Lance Poole. Thanks to everyone who donated to the club.
Maybell Library would like to encourage all locals to check out the new books and services offered at Maybell Library. The book of the week for adults is, “Dark Lady,” by Richard North Patterson. The nonfiction book of the week is the Guinness Book of World Records 2000 issue, and the children’s book of the week is “Arthur’s Thanksgiving” by Marc Brown.
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Maybell Library has the best-sellers list posted and Maybell Library has six of the 10 books. Any book or any author you request may be obtained. Ask Becky or Dianne for more information.
Maybell Library staff is sorry to see Stella Hobson go. Hobson has gone to California to be with family. Hobson will be missed by all and the staff all send her their best.
Maybell Library will not be open next Nov. 26 for the Thanksgiving weekend. The library will be open at 3 p.m. Monday as normal. Sorry for the inconvenience. The Teddy Bear story time is each Wednesday from 11:30 a.m to noon for children ages 2 to 6. Last week the children heard a story about a donkey and they played pin the tale on the donkey. There is a story time from 2:45 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. for ages 6 to 12. All homeschoolers are welcome to join in on the stories.
Maybell Restaurant will serve a homemade Thanksgiving dinner from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Homemade dinner with desserts are all included in the low price of $9.95 for adults and $5.95 for children. Call for reservations at 272-9995.
Maybell Store, Maybell Library, Maybell Post Office all will be closed Thursday for Thanksgiving Day. Have a fun safe holiday weekend.