Senior Spotlight for Dec. 4
Depending on how a person feels about winter, I hear different comments about the snowfall.
I don’t like it.
We need it.
Look at how much snow, or, oh no, it’s snowing!
It’s wintertime in Colorado, folks, and it’s going to snow off and on for a while.
If you’re a newcomer to our state, welcome to colorful Colorado, but you need to get winterized. You’ll enjoy the season here once you get in the winter mood.
FYI, our weather is noted for its changes.
December is upon us, and with it comes some birthdays for Joy Nylander, Jane Seiloff, Helen Chamberlain and Gerry Wilbur.
Speedy recoveries and get-well wishes to Steve Ivers, Evelyn Simpson, Sarah Matheson and Lynn Watson.
We had a real nice turnout for the Sunset Meadows potluck and bingo at noon this past Friday. It’s a regular event everyone, so let’s do’er again at noon this Friday at Sunset Meadows.
The Centennial Mall Winter Arts and Crafts Show is scheduled for Friday and Saturday.
The Independent Life Center is looking for one or two receptionists for its Craig office. Applicants should be 55 or older and qualify for the Rocky Mountain SER program.
Anyone interested in that position should call Evelyn Tileston at 826-0833 for more information.
Anyone with an announcement or news can call me at 824-2139. I’d love to hear from you.
– Mary Jo Brown
Moffat County is showing a sharp increase in gonorrhea cases after years of declining incidents of the sexually transmitted disease.