Saturday, November 30, 2002
Annette Hall and two daughters, Alison and Alisha, left last Monday for North Carolina to be with Annette's mother, sisters and other family over Thanksgiving.
Mr. and Mrs. Earl Dimmick were here from their home in Eckert last week. They enjoyed friends and family while here. They were also able to attend the Sweet Adeline Holiday Show.
Achievement Day for Routt County 4-H was held Saturday, Nov. 23, at the Hayden Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall. Charlie Epp did the barbecue with families each bringing a covered dish. A large crowd enjoyed a great meal. Awards were then presented followed by dancing to round out the evening.
David and Diane Girty enjoyed a visit this past week from their son Jacob and his wife, Billy.
Mr. and Mrs. B.J. Barnes were in Denver last Tuesday, where he received medical attention.
The Haven residents enjoyed a turkey dinner with all the trimmings last Thursday. Residents who were not able to be with family shared the wonderful meal and entertainment with special guests on this day of Thanksgiving.
The Yampa Valley Sweet Adelines presented their Holiday Show to a full house on Saturday evening, Nov. 23, at the Center of Craig. This Holiday Show "Gotta Sing Gotta Dance" featured Legacy, a local Craig group performing with Golden Oldie Rock and Roll. Members of the group are Peter Epp guitar, Debbie Dunaway bass/vocals, Frank Bomba sax/vocals/soloist. Peggy Bomba was a soloist at the show. Guests of the Sweet Adelines were Peggy Bennett, Nina Lawton, Cheryl Miller, Ann Wagoner and Santa Claus. Following the show, refreshments were served and dancing by Legacy for whoever so desired.