Senior Spotlight for July 30, 2012
As August approaches so does the changing of seasons in many ways.
The thought of school starting enters the minds of many, and along with that goes last-minute mini vacations, fishing and camping trips.
It seems we are trying to squeeze as much out of these last four weeks as possible. There is also the prospect of the Moffat County Fair fast approaching and last-minute checks by those entering to make sure all is in order.
For those of you who have never gone out to the Moffat County Fairgrounds and enjoyed seeing the many varied entries, you should definitely put this on your to-do list because it is well worth it.
There is something for all ages to enjoy so keep your eyes peeled to the Craig Daily Press to get dates and times as it should be within the next three weeks.
Although August promises to still be quite warm it will start to cool off more than likely and along with that comes hunting season, football, craft fairs, back-to-school nights and all that fall stuff just waiting in the wings as we savor the fine days of August and look forward to things yet to come.
Be sure to enjoy the warm weather since, as every local will probably tell you, that can change quickly. Although August usually isn’t too fickle, it is the beginning of fall.
Also know it’s our second mud season, the first one being in the spring. As dry as it has been this year, we may not have to worry about that, but hopefully it will hold true to form and we will get our showers daily.
Speaking of enjoying days, here’s wishing a birthday filled with joy to Sandra Robinson, Donna Adrian and Leon Walker.
There are also get well wishes going out to Delores St. Louis, Patty Hintz, Suzie Brown, Bill McDonell, Sherri Valdez and Donna Hellyer.
Don’t forget to come to Sunset Meadows I for the Friday potluck at noon. All seniors are welcome, so come visit and share a meal with your friends or make new ones.
Be sure and let me know if there are upcoming events, birthdays, anniversaries, etc., you would like to let everyone know about for next week. News is always welcome.
Just give me a call at 824-2139. I’d love to hear from you. And, as always, here’s wishing you a great week.
Mary Jo Brown
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