TOWN TALK: HAYDEN

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— Holley Blake and her father are here to paint the Blakes' new home just northwest of Hayden. Steve, Holley, daughter Steffanie and son Hayden hope to get moved and settled here this summer.

Jay Briggs has been seriously ill at the hospital in West Virginia, where he recently underwent major surgery and then developed complications. He hopes to soon be released to recuperate at his home. Get well cards may be sent to him at Box 94 Rt. 3, Cameron, W.Va. 26033.

Weekend before last was a busy one at Hayden High School, where about 50 teams throughout the Western Slope and Northwest Colorado took part in Destination ImagiNation. More than 100 volunteered their time as judges, to keep time, tally scores and provide information. Ralph Babish served as the held appraiser for "It's Your Move." The tournament drew nearly 1,000 folks here and was deemed a real success.

Kathy Hockin made business trips last week to both Denver and Grand Junction.

The hearts of Hayden folks are heavy with sorrow over the accidental death of baby Ryan Empson and his mother. Ron and Maxine, daughter Lisa and their late son, Ryan, made their home in Hayden for many years. This community offers their heartfelt sympathy to this family.

Modine McLimore has moved here from Arizona to be near her daughter who lives in Craig and son in Kremmling. She is currently at home in the Haven.

The Hayden Congregational Church choir presented an Easter Cantata, "The Long Journey," compiled by Bonnie Jean Vaughn March 17. "The Life of our Church" was given by Janet Babish. Invocation and introduction was done by Ken Forshee. Narrators were Ken Forshee and Ralph Babish. Coordinator was Marilyn Frentress. Organist was Avis Funk. This Cantata was dedicated to Jacquelyn Morgan.

Raymond Archuleta is now making his home at the West Routt Housing located at the west end of town.

The Girl Scouts and leaders worked very hard last weekend at the Hayden Merc to fill the trailer they parked near the entrance door with food to be donated to the food book here in Hayden.

On Saturday, March 16, the Haven held its monthly birthday party. Diane Girty and Rena Bertram were the birthday girls for the month.

Happy grandparents of little Treydon Nathan Todd, son of Sheldon and Tammi, born in January of this year are Mr. M.E. and Connie Todd. The baby and his parents make their home in Fort Collins.

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