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Laurie Hallenbeck: Hayden Town Talk for Aug. 1

Milestones

Happy birthday wishes to Millie Delaney, Jennifer Epp, Selena Frentress, Theo Corrello, Troy Wertenberger, Brette Frentress, Dalton Hockaday, Gwido Scura, Rosemary Harper and Lewis Kleckler.

Anniversary wishes to Kevin and Carrie Kleckler, John and Beth Sundberg and Joanne and Glenn Kelly.

Summer vacations

Pam and Dean Simpson spent some vacation time down in the Moab area.



The Todd Dunckley family spent several days camping near Dunckley Pass. The Sam Barnes family joined them during the weekend.

Mandy and Jason Deckler spent some time with friends camping in the Pearl Lake area.

Participate in The Longevity Project

The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.



Charlie and Christine Epp returned safely from the Solomon Islands and had some great experiences.

Upcoming

If you missed the Hayden Farmer’s Market on Friday, you can attend the next one which is scheduled for Aug. 13.

Colorado Northwestern Community College is offering a career development class for teens and adults. The class offers instruction about job searching, resumes and more. Classes are Mondays starting Aug. 16.  

CNCC also will offer technology for teachers, which provides instruction about how to incorporate technology into classrooms. The class is Aug. 24 and 26.

Another class, a guide to the World Wide Web, will address how to affectively use an internet service provider, websites and more. It will be held Aug. 17 and 19.  

Call the CNCC office at 970-276-7291 to register for one of these classes. The deadline is Aug.16.


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