Laurie Hallenbeck: Hayden Town Talk for March 20 |

Laurie Hallenbeck: Hayden Town Talk for March 20


Happy birthday wishes to Erin Copeland, Roy McAnally, Brenda Whiteside, Jolie Goddard, Jody Babcock, Judy Copeland and Kent Miller.

Happy anniversary wishes to Jeremy and Sondra Boyd.


The annual Bunkhouse Bull Session is looking for 4-H and National FFA Organization members to present a song, story or poem at the event at 6 p.m. April 15 at the Routt County Fairgrounds Exhibit Hall. Two $500 scholarships will be awarded to the winners.

The event also includes a great lineup of cowboy poets, music, dinner and a silent auction. If you would like to donate items for the auction, call 4-H Extension Agent Cassidy Kurtz at 970-879-0825 or Donnie Hayes at 970-846-9233.

The Routt County CattleWomen are offering scholarships to graduating Routt County seniors as well as locals already in college. Applicants must be from a beef-producing family or be pursuing an agriculture-related degree. For more information, call Laurie Hallenbeck at 970-276-4152.

The Yampa Valley chapter of Safari Club International holds its annual banquet and fundraiser at 5 p.m. April 16 at the Holiday Inn of Craig. The event will include dinner and silent and live auctions. For tickets or more information, call 720-308-4896.

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Several 4-H members and their chaperones headed to Glenwood Springs for the district retreat. Attendees were Belle and Abby Horn, Mallory Hoots, Mariah and Alex Bryant, Michaela and Danielle Villa, Morgan Palyo, Cole and Mackenzie Carnahan, Anna Brown, Richard Hallenbeck, Shealynne Yeager, Natalie Morton and Hallie Myhre, Shannon and Nate Regan and Raley and Sam Shaffer. Chaperones included Routt County Extension agents Cassidy Kurtz and Karen Massey, and parents Donna Mae Hoots and Wendy Villa.

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