After the blessing by John Russell the Sunset Meadows I potluck Oct. 22 was attended by Rosetta Harper, Clysta Carey, Mr. and Mrs Dean Carey, Leona Slaugh, Tom Ward, Agnes Russell, James and Kathy Compestine, Waten Beldon, Millie Bilsing, Ada Moyer, Helen Hall, Linda Adams, Hilda Schmidt, Sophie Nardi, Bob and Donna Whitecotton, Eleanor and Carl Bloomquist, Doris McFarland, Avis Self, Lit Anderson, Lottie Neely, Bertha and Care Trantham, Alma Smith, Mae Kettle, Betty Reece, John and Faye Russell, Lucille Talkington, Ralph and Faye Paulson, Chuck and Leetha Hellman, Earl Davis, Alma Crouch, Beulah Kline, Viola Bird, Jean Muhme, Elsie Chase, Minnie Sheard, Lee Ann Reece, Thelma Sanders, Verniece Self, Laura and George Swanson, Margaret Thompson, Herb McCool, Marian Kagie, Ted and Alberta Cochran, Louise Foster, Dorothy Thompson, Nina Lawton, Lydia Rader, E. K. Calloway and Ethel Calloway, Berniece Finely, Mildred Herring, May McIntyre, Mary Jo Brown and 13 people from Rainbow Care Center.
The “Monday Night Mugs” were at Sunset Meadows II Oct. 21 for a fun evening of music and dessert.
There was a surprise birthday party for Connie Adams at Sunset Meadows II on Oct. 22. Also Beverly Timmer’s birthday was acknowledged. Bev wasn’t here for her birthday.
Our angel of the month is Lottie Skidmore.
Speedy recovery to Alice Pett, Dorothy Springer, Angie Ornelas, Sharon Lange, Corky Coverston, Deloris Lafontaine, Helen and Raymond Knez, Bob Tomlinson, Tim Gonzales and Goldie Sherman.
Lunch out was at the Truck Stop Cafe Oct. 23 for Sunset Meadows I and II residents.
There will be an American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) meeting at noon Monday at Sunset Meadows. Recent guests at the home of Lit Anderson were her brother, Bob Moore, of Caracas, Venezuela, Pennie Hammond Planagan, grandaughter, of Moscow, Idaho.
A bareque was held Saturday. Those who attended were Carol Buchanan, Pennie Planagan, Sonja Hammond, Lance and Mary Hammond and two children, and Lit Anderson
Dean and Echo Carey visited Clysta Carey Friday and were guests at the Sunset Meadows I potluck. Linda Adams was with Helen Hall at the potluck.
Welcome to a new resident, Elwood Bradley, to Sunset Meadows II and Murial Bowen a new resident at Sunset Meadows I.
Halloween is creeping up on us. We will find all kinds of creatures at the Sunset Meadows I Halloween party, so we can trick or treat on Saturday. I understand that’s the night the trick or treaters will be coming around. Let’s see, where did I leave my goodie bag? Never mind I’ll just go and get into “The Center of Things.”
Friday marked one year since the Silver Creek Fire sparked northwest of Kremmling in Routt National Forest and burned more than 20,120 acres, according to data from the Rocky Mountain Incident Coordination Center.