Inell Harvey: Ice finally gone from lake, but will it ever stop snowing?
May 14, 2008
On May 11, Green Mt. Reservoir was officially clear of ice.
A few fishing boats were on the lake even before the ice was all gone. Brian Colvin was one of the early boaters.
Armed Forces Day is May 17.
National Dog Bite Prevention Week starts Sunday, May 17.
There will be a full moon on Tuesday, May 20.
Will snow ever quit falling this spring? This summer? It snowed in this area Thursday night and Friday morning ” May 8 and 9.
Joe Huck of Denver was in his Heeney home a couple days last week getting it ready for the summer. He visited in the Don and Keats Scott home Friday.
The Memorial service for Bernice Overholt in the Kremmling Community Church Saturday was beautiful. Then, the reception dinner afterward, in the fairgrounds extension hall, was well attended and it was great to visit with many members of the Overholt family. Clyde, Bernice’s husband, spent several days in Kremmling visiting relatives. There was also a graveside service in the Kremmling Cemetary.
The Summit County Road people held a community meeting last Thursday evening in the Heeney Community Center. About 40 people attended this meeting to discuss the future of County Road 30, which goes through the town of Heeney. After much discussion, the County agreed to pave part of County Road 30 next August. This road has been terribly rough, especially the section near the Melody Lodge.
There are three kinds of people: Those who make things happen, those who watch things happen, and those who say, “What happened.”
Happy wedding anniversaries to the following eight couples: Jim and Lois Lynch, Scott and Marveen Terryberry, former area residents Doug and Ethel Stevenson, Warren and Teddy Matney, Don and Keats Scott, Pastor Dan Canady and wife Charlene, Larry and Teresa Banman. and a happy 40th to Jerry and Ann Bennett in Old Park.
Lots of recipes are needed for the Senior Potluck cookbook, now in the making. Call Dottie at (970) 724-9481, or mail to Potluck Seniors, P.O. Box 1055, Kremmling, CO 80459. Recipes are most greatly appreciated.
The Saturday night Heeney card party was held in the Don and Keats Scott home again this week. Lorraine Caposole, Jack Taylor and wife Ann Marie were present, besides the Scotts. Don Scott was the lucky big penny winner this week.
Mother’s Day week end guests in the Inell Harvey home in Kremmling were her two children, Rick of Denver and Janifer of Steamboat Springs.
Their wife, Cathy, and husband Jeff, kept home fires burning while the
Mother’s Day celebration was going on in Kremmling. Rick and Janifer attended church with Inell Sunday morning, which was delightful.
Harold Steensma joined the family for dinner after church. They then did many chores around the house for Inell, after she had opened lovely gifts.
Inell is trying to teach her dogs that the garbage collector is not stealing her stuff. Any suggestions? She is also trying to teach them that her sofa is not a face towel.
“If you aren’t as close to God as you once were, make no mistake about who moved.” Linda Amelse
It doesn’t do any good to sit up and take notice if you just keep on sitting.
It’s what you learned after you know it all that counts.
Happy birthdays are wished this week to Rose Hargadine, Madison Haley Gross, Glen Bakke, Tyler Rae Pancost, Shannon Reed, Sarah Hargadine, Kelly E. Curran Weimer, Marcie Wheatley, Alden Manuel, Warren Matney, Inell’s great granddaughter Riley Freeman in Michigan, Stan Wolfe and to Olivia Mae Cordova.
Is mud just dust with the juice squeezed out?
There is no tranquilizer in the world more effective than a few kind words.
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