Henderhan – Happy 2010
Happy New Year!! This will be my official greeting to the New Year. We haven’t made it to midnight in I don’t know how long. When the grandkids stay over we try to make it until the magic hour, but usually about 11 o’clock we cover them up sleeping on the couch and go to bed. I guess we aren’t party animals anymore.While I didn’t find any parties, you can still have a great dinner out to celebrate the New Year. The Quarter Circle and The Rocky Mountain Bar & Grill are going to feature a New Years Eve special as well as their regular menus. Los Amigos, The Moose Caf, Our Family Kitchen, Subway and Shake N Burger will be open their regular hours. The restaurants I talked to were all planning to be open on New Years Day, so check out your favorite place.Cliffview Assisted Living Center is inviting everyone to come and celebrate the New Year with the residents and staff on Thursday evening. Call ahead if you would like to come for dinner, just let them know how many will be coming. There is a $5.00 charge for dinner at 6 p.m., or you can come later in the evening to enjoy the company and ring in the New Year. If your resolution is to be more active, this winter activity could be for you. The Kremmling Co-ed Volleyball League is signing up teams. The league plays on Wednesday nights at the Kremmling K-8 gym. The teams play with three men and three women, and you must be older than 18 and out of school. No matter how good you are, you can only play on a team. There will be babysitting available for $1 an hour for each child, while you play. Fees will be determined before league play starts. The season begins Jan. 7 and play continues through April 14. To sign up your team or join a team that still needs players, contact Kim Bodeman at 531-3100.There is a Parkinson’s Support Group in Grand County. If you, or someone you know is living with Parkinson’s Disease, you may benefit from this group. The group meets the fourth Wednesday of each month at St John’s Episcopal Church in Granby. For more information about the group contact Jim Keesey at 726-8248.The Caregiver Support Group is a local support group for you, if you are caring for someone who is elderly, ill, disabled, or experiencing dementia. The group meets at 10 a.m. on the second Friday of the month at the Silver Spruce Senior Apartments in Kremmling. The first meeting of 2010 will be on January 15. There is no cost or commitment. If you would like to share experiences or get encouragement and support from others that are caregivers, plan to attend one of the monthly meetings. The Caregiver Support Group also meets in Granby at 2 p.m. at the Granby Senior Center Building on the second Thursday of the month. For more information about the Caregiver Support Groups in Grand County, call Betty at 627-2484 or Marsha at 887-0255.Heart of the Mountains Hospice can be an invaluable aid to you and your family. In addition to their many services, they sponsor the Caring Corner Meetings. If you have experienced the loss of a loved one, you are invited to join the group for support, friendship, and healing. The group meets at 10 a.m. in Kremmling on the fourth Wednesday of each month at Big Shooter Coffee Shop. The first meeting of 2010 will be on Jan. 27.There are also group meetings in Granby at 11 a.m. at Maverick’s Grille on the second Wednesday of the month. Contact Heart of the Mountains Hospice at 887-9074 if you would like more information about this group or the other services offered by hospice.Time heals almost everything. Give time, time.Contact me at email@example.com or 970-531-2431 or 724-9575. Have a good week
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