Ho! Ho! Ho! This has really been a busy week. On Monday, some of the Sunset Meadows I and II residents went to the Village Inn for a Christmas Party with the Village Inn staff. They shared their Christmas party with all the senior citezens that could come from various places in and out of town. Dec. 14 was the resident Christmas party at Sunset Meadows I and II, complete with Santa Claus, Millie Bilsing. The Monday Night Mugs were the entertainment with their music. They had help from Kelsey and Lindsey Dimick. Cole Kraft sang Rudolf the Red Nose Reindeer.
Then on the Dec. 15 several seniors from Sunset Meadows I and II and Veda Wyman went to see the holiday lights tour around Craig. I wish more people had taken the tour; it was awesome. Also on the Dec. 15 McDonald’s had a buffet senior’s breakfast
The Compassionate Friends held its annual Candle Light Ceremony Dec. 16 to remember all the children who have died.
Dec. 17 finds us back at Sunset Meadows I at the Friday potluck. Those in attendance were: Helen Hall, Tom Ward, Clysta Carey, Betty A. Reece, Alma Smith, Bob and Donna Whitecotton, Avis Self, Rose Poff, Doris McFarland, Lit Anderson, Lucille Talkington, Tony and Shirley Sharp, Marian Ragie, Bob Grubb, Judy Meyring, Nellie Conway, Cliff Garvey, Manford Grubb, Nicole Belizet, Gerry Wilbur, Lovela Bergner, Verniece Self, Agnes Russell, Dorthy Toovey, Jim Graham, Candice Pinnt, Leetha and Chuck Hellman, John and Faye Russell, Ralph and Faye Paulson, Dorothy Thompson, Lydia Rader, Sophie Nardi, Jack Bankston, Gen Shultz, George and Laura Swanson, Earl Davis Alma Crouch, Joe Rotter, Ted and Alberta Cochran, Elsie Chase Jean Muhme, Earl and Beulah Kline, Matt Schuster, Millie Bilsing, Veda Wyman, Sadie Talkington, Frances Chisholm, Rilla Wiggins, Herb McCool, Bernice Finley, Minnie Sheard and Mary Jo Brown.
On Dec. 18 the Christian Motorcycle Assocation was at Sunset Meadows I distributing food for seniors. Lunch out was at the Galaxy or Golden Cavvy.
There won’t be a senior potluck at Sunset Meadows Dec. 24 due to the holiday.
The AARP meeting will be Monday at 2 p.m.
Have yourselves a very Merry Christmas. Hope you get what you want.
In the meantime, let’s get “In The Center of Things.”
A veteran in Moffat County is facing a handful of felony charges after police say he broke into a family member’s gun safe while on drugs when they confronted him for pawning an expensive tool.