Laurie Hallenbeck: Around the County for April 1

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Hayden

Happy birthday wishes to Leisha Schultz, Kylee Sweetser, Belle Svoboda and Roger Muhme.

Several Hayden residents took advantage of spring break and did some traveling. Mandy, Jof and Joey Deckler traveled to Nebraska to visit family for the week. The Hallenbeck family went to Grand Junction and Moab to do some fun things. Rachael and Rebecca Rolando and Rod Owens traveled to California and did some sightseeing. The Hendricks family went to Florida.

Joel Wixson and his girlfriend, Christy, traveled to Hayden from college during their spring break and visited family. Joel is attending college in Gainesville, Fla.

Mark your calendar for a free benefit concert for Pastor Doug Zirkle. At 7 p.m. April 27, gospel singer and entertainer Barry Ward will perform a concert in the Hayden Secondary Schools auditorium. Everyone is invited to come to the concert.

Congratulations to the middle school wrestlers who competed at regionals last weekend in Grand Junction. Several of them will be going to state wrestling this weekend in Denver.

South Routt

Congratulations to Jay and Shiloh Whaley. Their baby girl, Kashlee Whaley, was introduced to her parents and family Monday. The little miss weighed in at 7 pounds, 5 ounces and was 20 inches long.

Get well wishes to Sharon Ebaugh, who was flown to Loveland for an angioplasty. She is doing very well.

There will be an Easter egg hunt Saturday in Oak Creek. The Easter bunny will arrive at 10:30 a.m., and the egg hunt for children 12 and younger will start at 11 a.m. There will be a scavenger hunt for children ages 13 and older at 2 p.m. and an egg hunt for adults at the Elks. For more information, call Mary at 970-736-2331.

Several grandparents and senior citizens attended a luncheon at the elementary school. They enjoyed the meal and children very much.

The high school track team will be traveling to Eagle Valley on Saturday for a track meet that will start at 9 a.m.

The Routt County CattleWomen are offering scholarships to graduating high school seniors who are from a beef-producing family or are going into a beef-related field of education. The group also is offering continuing education scholarships to students who already are in college. Applications can be obtained from counselors at the local school districts.

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