Saturday, May 11, 2002
A big thank you to the Flatt Top 4-H Club for the beautiful May baskets given to our senior citizens.
Get-well wishes to Bob Brown who spent time at the hospital in Steamboat this past week.
Reports have it that Rush Bagwell is doing better after surgery at the hospital in Delta. Keep up the good work.
Make plans to stop by the What's New Rummage Shop open at 10 a.m. Thursdays and see all the items on hand.
Drop by your local library and check out the new books and other things for your enjoyment.
Don't forget to save your General Mills, Betty Crocker and Campbell's Soup labels for our local school.
Join old friends for lunch each Monday, Wednesday and Friday and also have fun playing Bingo.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Romic were in Steamboat on Thursday.
Elmer Mai is home after spending time with family in Denver.
Nina Woodcock went home after several days here with her Mom.
John Kuntz is at home and reported to be doing well.
Mr. and Mrs. Fran Gersic are in the area for awhile.
Giselle Miller went to Phoenix, Ariz. to be with family.
Verna Whaley and June Carr went to Maybell this past week to visit family.
Mr. and Mrs. Bo Iacovetto were in Steamboat on Thursday.
Lana Foxhovan says "hello" to old friends here and says to stop by Wal-Mart and say "hello."
Lois Stefano and Cindy Porter were in Steamboat Wednesday.
The South Routt Seniors shopped in Steamboat on Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Frankie Stefano and friends from Wheat Ridge spent the weekend here visiting and fishing.
The Mike Austin family of Denver were here visiting at the Jim Goggin home.
The Jim Goggins family spent last weekend in Denver.
Mark Williams and Lila Rider were in Steamboat Wednesday and Thursday.