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Town Talk Hayden

— ‘Chickenheart’ show

The Hayden High School drama students will be presenting “Chickenheart” on at 7:30 p.m. March 14 at the Hayden High School Auditorium. Cost is $4 per person.

On the road

Sam and Louise Haslem traveled to Nashville last week to attend a Yampa Valley Electric Association function. While they were there, they visited some of the sites.

Wrestlers place second

The middle school wrestlers placed second at the tournament that was held on Saturday in Oak Creek. They wrestle again at 9 a.m. on March 15 at the Meeker tournament.

Boat show attendees

Don and Barbara Johnson were in Denver at a boat show this weekend. They helped the Shrine Mariners set up a fish pond with live fish where children can come and fish.

Little Mr. Valentine

Brendan Morgan, the 2-year-old son of Capt. and Mrs. Ryan Morgan of Ft. Campbell, Ky., and grandson of Hayden’s Don Morgan, won the title of “Little Mr. Valentine” in his dad’s hometown of Mangum, Okla. Brendan received a savings bond, several gifts from local merchants, a plaque and a front-page spread in the Mangum Star-News.

At the Junction

Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brandenburg recently spent a few days on business in Grand Junction.

Mardi Gras celebration

Several Haydenites traveled to Craig on March 1 to attend a Mardi Gras party at St. Michael’s Church.

In the hospital

Joe Janosec has been a hospital patient in Denver the last few days receiving medical treatment.

Happy birthday

Blake, Suzie and Kraig Copeland all celebrated birthdays this past week.

Jason Rolando celebrated his 17th birthday March 4 with a family dinner.

Back home

The Darrell Hockett family has returned home from a several week stay in the southwest states enjoying the warm weather.

Big thanks

Middle school basketball coaches Michelle Wilkie and Crystal Miller send a big thank you to all of the middle school girls basketball parents. Thanks for your support throughout the season. We appreciate you.

Mary Jo Barnes contributed to this column.

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