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Laurie Hallenbeck: Hayden Town Talk for Oct. 17

Loss of a child

Sincere condolences to the family and friends of Chris­topher and Ida Gullett. Their infant daughter, Zoey, rec­ently passed away. Grand­parents Lisa and Scott Gullett traveled to Louisiana to be with the family.

Milestones

Happy birthday wishes to Grady Frentress, Hailey Archuleta, Elsie Richardson, Jacob Goddard and Jill Delay.

A special happy birthday to Alivia Shay Hopkins, who was born at 12:07 a.m. Oct. 10. Alivia weighed 7 pounds 10 ounces and was 20 inches long. Her parents are Kayla (Koster) and Shae Hopkins.



Anniversary wishes to Tim and Tena Frentress and Todd and Jenny Kelton.

Football news



Congratulations to the fifth- and sixth-grade football team, who played in the championship game in Craig. They placed second and had a great season.

Congratulations also to the third- and fourth-grade football team, they placed fourth in the league.

The peewee football teams will have Krispy Kremes for sale Friday in downtown Hayden. The teams are raising money to buy new equipment.

City sports programs

The Parks and Recreation Department is gearing up for its fall programs. If you are a fifth- or sixth-grade boy or girl, basketball starts Monday for boys and Tuesday for girls. The registration deadline has passed, but call Kathy to see if you can still join the team at 734-4168.

A weight training class is being offered through Parks and Rec and will be held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m. The month of October is free and then the cost will be $10 each month. Call Kathy for more information and to sign up at 734-4168.

Book club running

The Hayden Public Library Book Club is up and going. Call the library at 276-3777 for meeting dates and what books they will be reading for October.


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