Senior Spotlight: Cool weather offers some relief
I watched the rain clouds roll in and there were a few anxious moments of wondering if the rain would put a stop to the evenings fireworks display. There was no need to worry though, as the night came in the fireworks started and lit up the sky like a kaleidoscope. The cool breeze that came by made the show even more enjoyable, a nice way to end the Fourth of July.
The weather forecast calls for afternoon showers off and on, so maybe we will get some relief from the heat. There will always be some who complain about the heat, the cold, the wind, and so on. We need to remember that it is all temporary and will change as it always does, so enjoy it while it lasts because today will only happen once and then it’s gone. Be sure and let those that you care for know you care, forgive those whom you think have done you a wrong and help those who need it. Even though the celebrations are over for our Independence Day we still have those who serve to keep us safe.
Soldiers, firefighters, police, doctors — the list go on and on, but the dedication it takes to do those jobs and do them well should not be taken for granted.
Happy Birthday wishes to Janel Kemp, Frances Chisholm and Kaley Goldstein.
Get well wishes go out to Luis Herrera, Don Davidson, Mary Neu, Dolores Harper and Beth Miller.
The Moffat County Fairgrounds is going to be a busy place this month. There will be a circus on the July 14, also coming soon is the Relay for Life at the fairgrounds on July 19. Don’t forget that the fair is just a month away! Time to get everything wrapped up and ready to go.
Noon potluck is on Fridays at Sunset Meadows I, come join us. Hope to see you there.
After four years of hard work, members of Moffat County High School’s Class of 2019 are striving to keep going for greatness in the world, and the Bulldogs who took top honors during graduation aren’t just sitting on their laurels.