Saturday, August 27, 2005
The Oak Creek/ Phippsburg Historical Society is holding its yearly barbecue from 4 to 6 p.m. Saturday at Decker Park in Oak Creek. There will be live music. If you want to donate meat for the event, call Joann at 736-2258.
We welcome Terry Lynch as the officer-in-charge of the Phippsburg Post Office. She is from Burns. We wish lots of happiness to Diana Sathers, who will become the postmaster in Hayden.
We congratulate Gary Mill on opening his own electric shop, the Egeria Electric Inc. from his home. Call 638-0471 for more information.
Winners were Clarice Reid, Amy Zimpher, Verna Whaley and Lila Rider. The next meeting is Tuesday at the home of Cindy Porter.
There is a Soroco High School reunion starting at 4 p.m. Sept. 4 at the Phippsburg Park. Dinner is at 5 p.m. Sandwich makings, drinks and paper goods will be provided. Please bring a salad or a dessert to share and $5 a person. For more information, call Mary Rausler Miller at 970-257-7512.
The new South Routt Medical Center hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays. Call 736-8118 for appointments.
Dintys Family Cafe is open seven days a week, so drop by and say hello.
Fifty members of the Iacovetto family gathered on Aug. 12 and 13 to enjoy food and fun.
Out and about
Several from here attended the "55 and Alive" driving classes Aug. 16 in Steamboat.
Ken and Mary Hussman and Ed and Betty Reed, all of Fruita, spent this past weekend here visiting.
Clara Saidon and family of Grand Junction came in to visit family and friends this past weekend.
Verna and Blaine Whaley were in Steamboat on Monday.
Frances Gnieser of Grand Junction and Earl Lynn Jones of Kremmling were in the area Monday, Pat Gnieser was also here.
Nina and Bob Woodcock of Westminster were visiting here for a few days.
Mark Williams and Lila Rider enjoyed lunch with Diana Sathers on Friday.
Congratulations to all of our 4-H kids on their projects. Nice works and a big thank you to leaders and parents.