Cathy Walton-Smith: New president has us all ready for better days
January 21, 2009
As I sit here writing these few words, history unfolds before all Americans. The leader of the free world passed that title on to his successor and a new day dawns. With bad news constantly pouring out of the media, its good to take a day and step away from that. All of America seems to beturning a corner, and starting again with new hope and enthusiasm for a better day tomorrow.Our new president, Barack Obama, has a full agenda. But, he also has the full support of the people and the media. When the news is reported with less doom and gloom and set to a positive spin, things will look brighter. Once they look brighter, they will be brighter and our economy will be on the way to recovery.Its a new day. Hope and enthusiasm are in the air. We are a part of history unfolding before our eyes. God bless America.This just in from the Grand Lake Area Chamber of Commerce. Terrace Inn owner Julia Blanchard has done what I have always meant to do called every single restaurant in Grand Lake and compiled their winter hours. Please feel free to cut this out and tape it to the fridge.Grand Lake Restaurant 2009 winter hoursCall if in doubtBear’s Den 627-3385 Open Every Day 8am-8pmBetty’s Caf 627-1934 Mon & Tues 7am-2pm, Fri-Sat-Sun 7am-8pm, Closed Wed & ThursBlue Water 627-5416 Everyday 6am-5pmBoardwalk Caf 627-8117 Fri,Sat,Sun & Mon Noon-3pm, Closed Tues,Wed, ThurCaroline’s Cuisine 627-9404 Thurs-Fri-Sat-Sun 5pm-9pm Closed Mon,Tues, WedDaven Haven 627-8144 Thurs & Sun 4:30pm-8pm Closed Mon, Tues,Wed, open Fri & Sat 4:30pm-9pmEl Pacifico 627-9322 Everyday 11am-9pmFat Cat Caf 627-0900 Weekends 7am-2pm Weekdays 7am-1pm Closed Mon & TuesGrand Lake Lanes 627-3373 Mon thru Fri 5pm-9pm Sat & Sun 1pm-9pmGrand Lake Brewing 627-1711 Sun thru Thurs 11am-8pm Fri & Sat 11am-9pmGrand Pizza 627-3905 Thurs. thru Sun. 11am-10pm Closed Mon,Tues,WedLariat Saloon 627-9965 Everyday 11am-2amMax & T’s 627-8404 Fri. thru Tues.11am-8pm Closed Wed & ThursPancho & Lefties 627-8773 Weekends 11am-8:30pm Closed Mon & Tues Weekdays 11am-9:00pmRapids Lodge 627-3707 Wed. thru Sun. 5pm-9pm Closed Mon & TuesRocky Mtn Coffee 627-5005 Everyday 7pm-5pmSageBrush BBQ 627-1404 Sun thru Thurs 7am-9pm Fri & Sat 7am-10pmTerrace Inn 627-3000 Mon thru Sat 4pm-8pm Closed Sun Evening Sat & Sun 8am-11amTrail Ridge Grill 627-8182 Everyday 11amVillage Hub 627-5095 Everyday 7am-4pmWaconda Lodge 627-8312 Everyday 7am-1pm Bar Food After 1pm 1pm-6pmOn Monday, Feb. 2, Grand Lake retailers will hold an open meeting to discuss issues relevant to the retail community. The meeting begins at 8:30 a.m. at Blue Water Bakery (formerly Black Bear Caf). All retailers are encouraged to attend whether chamber members or not. Please RSVP to the Grand Lake Area Chamber of Commerce at (970) 627-3402 if you plan to attend. The discussion will be informal. However, the Chamber will put together a casual agenda.If you have items for the agenda, please get them to Brad at the Chamber.A freeHomebuyers Workshop will he held on Monday, Feb. 9, from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. at the Grand Fire Station meeting room. This class will help you to become a successful homeowner, but is also great for Realtors, lenders and all buyers and sellers. Learn about down payment assistance, special loan programs, and new tax credit programs. The class also includes a free workbook. Please register in advanceby calling (970) 887-7271 or visit http://www.grandhousing.org. Sponsored by the Grand County Housing Authority and the Colorado Housing and Finance Authority.The Flight for Life Poker Run, sponsored by the Grand Lake Trailblazers, on Valentines Day needs food donations for their lunch sales. Past support of this worthy event is greatly appreciated by the Trailblazers and they are hopeful that restaurants and individuals will again help with this important fundraiser. Should you wish to contribute food or make a cash donation to this event, please contact Steve Armstead, Poker Run Co-Chair, at (970) 627-1741.
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