Inell Harvey: Memorial Day comes early this year
May 21, 2008
Memorial Day will be observed Monday, May 28. Wishing a good and safe holiday weekend to everyone.
The moon will be in its last quarter on May 28.
Hello spring (or is it summer?). Close your eyes and smell the air. It’s wonderful. Soon, the rich, heady fragrance of lilacs will be drifting on the breeze.
Find added dignity and power from the fact that it’s garden time. Working in the garden may appear small in itself, but the results go a long way in helping the family, as well as the world.
The spring geese have been gliding past and their clear chorus of peepers echo through the sky.
The Canepa School of Dancing presented its 26th annual spring dance recital last week in the West Grand High School auditorium in Kremmling. Each child, in their beautiful costumes, danced their hearts out for an auditorium full of spectators. This year, eight dancers are graduating from high school. Dance director, Bertie, is sorry to have them leave, but is happy for them and their future.
Many fishing boats were out on Green Mountain Reservoir last weekend and fishing was reported to be very good. It is not as yet very noticeable, but the lake is barely beginning to fill.
Don Scott is sporting a new pair of eyeglasses as of last week. He had not worn glasses all the time before. This was just in time for him to help celebrate his 40th wedding anniversary, which was last Sunday. Congratulations, Keats and Don.
Dale Mitchner has been working on the marina in Heeney and plans to have it open for business real soon.
It is a known fact that sugar alone does not cause diabetes, also that eating oatmeal can help you keep diabetes in check.
Lloyd and Edna Palmer were guests at the Friday potluck in the Kremmling fairgrounds extension hall. It is always very nice to have guests, and hopefully, the Palmers enjoyed it enough that they will continue to come each Friday.
Faith Taussig spent last week in Ft. Collins visiting a longtime good friend, Bonnie Lee Bowman. Faith Taussig is a resident in Kremmling’s Silver Spruce Apartment House.
It has been said that you may not be what you think you are, but what you think, you are.
A pessimist has no starter, an optimist has no brakes.
Childhood is like the old joke about a small town ” one blink and it’s gone.
Happy birthdays are wished this week to Dave Solawetz, Kira Stone, Carla Pulliam, Jerrika Jones, Shirl Gale, former Kremmling resident Bill Curran now in Denver, Mykaela Jones, Sam Henderhan, Auztin Ramirez, and to Mary Sanchez’s mother Maclovia Fernandez in New Mexico.
Happy wedding anniversary to Inell’s daughter and her husband, Janifer and Jeff Peterka in Steamboat Springs, who will celebrate on Sunday, May 25.
It was good to hear from Gwen Sells in Denver. She will be coming to Kremmling to visit whenever the snow stops falling. She is well. She has a summer home on Rabbit Ears Pass.
An e-mail Inell received from Frank and Bobbie Dees in Kirvelle, Texas, said they will be coming to Kremmling to visit soon. They will certainly be welcomed, and residents at Cliffview Assisted Living Center will be happy if they’ll entertain them with their music and sing-alongs as they have done in past summers.
Jim Menilli and wife Charolette of Denver paid Inell Harvey a surprise visit Saturday. They were spending the weekend in their vacation home on the side of Green Mountain in Heeney.
Kremmling’s senior van driver, Ileene Heeney, was named the “Grand County Good Neighbor” in one of last week’s editions of the Sky-Hi Daily News.
Pastor Allen Pulliam of Kremmlong’s Gore Baptist Church conducted the Sunday afternoon church service in Cliffview Assisted Living Center.
Pat Lynd is undergoing several health problems. She was on oxygen for a week. Pat visits her husband, Alden, who resides in the Kremmling Memorial Hospital Nursing facility, every day.
Happy wedding anniversaries to Casey and Norwell Curran on May 25, and to Mike and Mary Weimer on May 28.
Some people grow up and spread cheer, others just grow up.
Life not only begins at 40 ” it begins to show.
Noah didn’t wait for his ship to come in. He built one.
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