July Birthdays were celebrated July 20 at The Haven. Those honored are as follows: Connie Robinson, Susy Jarrell, Melvin Richardson and Lucillo Bartlett.
Becky Stephenson and Danielle and Crystal Raffensperger were in Grand Junction the forepart of the week where Becky received medical attention.
Forest Frentress was taken by ambulance from his home on Tuesday morning suffering with chest pains. At this writing there is no report available.
Mr. and Mrs. Toby Salazar took their baby son to Denver last week for medical attention.
The Bob and Sam Barnes families were in Denver a week ago where Rob sought medical attention.
An update on Angie (Holloway) Tate is that following two strokes she is still paralyzed from her neck down. Angie remains in ICU. She can speak several words at this time. Her family members all have high hopes for a complete recovery. A fund has been set up for this young lady. The address is Gary Tato, 802 F.M. 933, Aquilla, Texas, 76622.
The community is saddened by the news that John Worthington (husband of Jackie Holderness) passed away very suddenly last week with a heart attack. John and Jackie owned and operated a cattle ranch at Carr.
June Jackson was here from Bullhead, Ariz., recently to visit family members and to be here for the distribution of her twin sisters, Jean Scott and husband Del's ashes.
A large number of Craig and Hayden Congregational Church members were in Colorado Springs week before last to attend camps at La Foret. There were many groups to participate in, such as music camp, grandparents and me camp, youth camp and adult camp. Christine Epp sponsored six of our youths from Hayden. Betty Barnes accompanied four of her granddaughters who were in camps of their choice. This camp has become so popular that people have to get reservations weeks ahead.
Ernie Archuleta recently suffered a heart attack that sent him to St. Mary's Hospital in Grand Junction. For care and treatment following a several-day stay, he was dismissed July 23 to come home and recuperate. Report is he is doing very well.