Snake River tid bits
September 22, 1999
The Noyes Health Care Center will be closed from 8 a.m. to 10 a.m. Sept. 29-30 for inventory. Emergencies will be accepted.
Baby shower held
A baby shower was held Sept. 20 for Charity Robidoux and Kelly Pitt’s son, Kenny.
Breast Cancer Awareness
October is Breast Cancer Awareness month and women are reminded to schedule mammograms. The Memorial Hospital in Craig will have a reduced fee during this month. Mammograms will be offered for $80 per person or $75 if you bring a friend. Many insurance companies will pay the entire fee at this rate. A baseline exam should be done if you are between the ages of 35 and 40. If you are age 40 to 49 you should have a mammogram every year or every two years depending on your medical history. After the age of 50, you should be checked yearly. Carbon County Higher Education coordinator Christy Stocks is scheduling appointments and if possible arranging car pools for adults in the Little Snake River area. To schedule an appointment and the discount rate, call Stocks at 383-7745.
The fifth annual community education Fall Tour to Slater Creek to relive memories will be held Saturday. Participants are asked to meet at the Savery Museum at 8 a.m. You will need your own transportation. The group will take a lunch break so bring a picnic lunch and your own beverages. If you prefer to roast hot dogs and marshmallows, facilities will be available. To sign up or for questions, call Christy Stocks at 383-7745 or Linda Fleming in the evenings at 383-7645. The annual tours have been a great success in the past so we encourage you to attend.
Starting Oct. 7, Francisca Rodriguez will conduct Mexican cooking classes at the Savery Community Center from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. This popular class is limited to sign up today by calling Christy Stocks at 383-7745.
Rattlers sting Tigers
The Hayden High School girls volleyball team traveled to the Little Snake River Rattlers Snake Pit Sept. 21 only to find themselves buzzed and snake bitten. The tough Lady Rattler’s easily dominated the court in both the junior varsity and varsity matches.
The lady Rattlers were venomous in their attack following their second place finish at the Albin tournament this past weekend. The Rattlers met the Albin Lady Wilcats in the championship game on the Wildcats home court. We understand the crowds were lined along the court and the bleachers were filled. Our Rattlers look forward to a re-match at state.
If you have not had the chance to see our Lady Rattlers play we encourage you to do so in the weeks ahead.
Sadie Hawkins chase
Boys be wary the annual Sadie Hawkins chase will begin at 3:06 p.m. Sept. 29. There are rules that apply to the chase, so girls be sure you know them. Sadie Hawkins is sponsored by the freshmen class and is a long-standing tradition on the Little Snake River Valley. The dance will be held from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. Oct. 1 in the multi-purpose room. Boys get your tennies on and girls have your tags ready. Get ready, get set … go! Good luck to all.
The junior high volleyball team appears to be taking pointers from their upperclassmen as they take to the courts and defeat their opponents thus far. The Rattlers have defeated Wamsutter, Hanna, Saratoga and Encampment. Coaches Floydene Orchard and Jenny Evans are hoping to be tough throughout the season. Good luck girls, and we are behind you all the way.
The seventh grade at Little Snake River recently held election of officers with the following students holding honors: president, Kyle McKee; vice-president, Riley Weber; secretary, Billy Holly; treasurer, Colleen Montgomery; and reporter, Leah Pierce.
Uganda bishop visit
Bishop Henry Luke Orombi along with his wife, Phoebe, from Uganda, Africa, will present a teaching program on their works in Uganda at 7 p.m. Sept. 26 at the Dixon Episcopal Parish Hall. All faiths are encouraged to attend this special session.
Bishop Orombi has been traveling since May. While on his sabbatical he has visited and taught in Bristol, England; Wales; Alabam; west Texas; Virginia; Montana; and Wyoming.
In preparation for the upcoming mission trip to Medera Chih, Mexico, the Community Church in Baggs will hold a Spanish service. Special guest speakers will be Juan and Bertha Martinez, who have been missionaries for the past 31 years. Francisca Rodriguez will interpret the service which will be held at 9 a.m. Sunday. Sunday school will follow at 10:30 a.m. A potluck will follow of Spanish food.
Cassidy House brochures
Informational brochures describing the Cassidy House in Baggs are available at local businesses, museums, at the Cassidy House and other tourist information areas throughout Wyoming and Colorado. The brochures are funded by the Carbon County Visitors Council.
Restoration work on the Butch Cassidy House has included a new roof, fresh trim paint and signs. Furnishings inside have been contributed by area residents. Thanks to the Little Snake River Valley Museum District, the Town of Baggs and all the volunteers for adding to this special project and its contribution to our community.