This Friday finds the following persons having potluck at Sunset Meadows I: Tom Ward, Avis Self, Ada Moyer, Kathy and James Compestine, Rosetta Harper, Jack Bankston, Donna and Bob Whitecotton, Sophie Nardi, Doris McFarlan, Clysta Carey, Lucille Talkington, Alma Smith, Betty Reece, Billie Young, Joe Rotter, Millie Bilsing, Hilda Schmidt, Mildred Herring, Gen Schultz, Jean Muhme, Ralph and Faye Paulson, Elsie Chase, Earl and Beulah Kline, Leetha and Chuck Hellman, Laura and George Swanson, Thelma Sanders, Ted and Elberta Cochran, Minnie Sheard, Agnes Russell, Alek Kaye, Herb McCool, Lydia Bader, Viola Bird, Dorothy Thompson, Louise A. Foster, Berniece Finley, and 13 residents from the Rainbow Care Center and Baby Brianna. Herb McCool gave the blessing.
Margaret Thompson, Flo Cemits, Mary Jo Brown, Pat Herring and Julie Sovine went to Denver Oct. 8 to see the Ocean Journey exhibit. It is something everyone should experience.
Get well wishes to Dorothy Springer, Loretta Scott, Sophia Grieves, Helen Hall, Joe Rotter and Bea Morrison and Lottie Skidmore are now home.
Don Forte has moved to Denver.
Lunch out this past Saturday was at Wallie’s.
Some of the ladies attending the Council of Aging meeting in Rifle, Colo., were May McIntyre, Clysta Carey, Rose Poff, Willie Daniels, Mary Sorrell, Alice Pett, Millie Bilsing and Mary Jo Brown. Celine Derick was the driver. All was enjoyed and I will now go and get in “The Center of Things.”
As the United States honors the many individuals who have made the ultimate sacrifice this Memorial Day, multiple ceremonies in Moffat County will pay tribute as part of the holiday.