Inell Harvey: Snow melting fast under warm April sun
On these beautiful April days, the warm rays of sun melt the snow faster.
Days are warm and washed with light, although the hills remain covered deep with snow. This glad season signals the end of winter’s cold. Crocuses are peeking through the melting snow.
April is Prevention of Animal Cruelty Month.
There will be a new moon on Sunday, April 6.
A public forum was held Tuesday evening in Kremmling’s West Grand P-K school. Candidates running for trustee positions in Kremmling ” Ken Bentler, Eric Woog and Isaac Shonlau ” were questioned.
The fourth candidate, John “Cowboy” Adams, could not be present due to an accident with a horse, which is causing him to have surgery in a Denver hospital. Many well wishes are with “Cowboy” Adams.
Fred and Martha Wall returned from a three-day trip to visit their daughter, Denise, in Grand Junction. They reported enjoying the much warmer weather there.
The Elk’s Lodge in Silverthorne hosted a van load of Kremmling seniors to a prime rib and shrimp dinner Wednesday evening. Pete Beres drove the van for the seniors.
Laverne Rotello, Reneta Lucas and Keats Scott were the only members able to attend the Heeney sewing Sew and Sews in the Community Center
last Wednesday evening. Renita Lucas has a special family quilt they plan to work on at the next meeting, which will be held at 6:30 p.m. on
Wednesday, April 16. Come join in the fun. They are expecting a large gathering on that evening in the Heeney Community Center.
Happy wedding anniversaries to Kevin and Sara Young on April 8 and to Pete and Carol Petersen on April 9.
Thanks to Chris Overholt, the long lost is finally found. Chris pulled Inell’s little dog’s brown fur sweater out of a snowbank in his yard when the snow started melting this spring. Saydee (the dog) lost it the first time she wor it after Christmas. (Inell probably didn’t have it fastened on her tight enough). The sweater was a precious gift from Inell’s 97-year-old sister, Evelyn, and Chris Overholt just can’t be thanked enough.
Misty Overholt is on a leave from her position at Kremmling’s Bank of the West, because of a few little health problems.
Eden Recor installed a computer printer for Inell Saturday. The printer was a gift from Inell’s daughter, Janifer Peterka, in Steamboat Springs.
Don and Keats Scott walked their dog, Otto, by the Pump House by the Colorado River on the Trout Road last Wednesday. They stopped in Kremmling to have lunch afterward.
A call from Frank and Bobbie Dees states that they are traveling a lot and are enjoying square dancing almost every night. They will be back in Kremmling sometime this summer to visit, but will not plan to spend the entire summer with Inell.
The group that holds potluck lunches on Fridays in the Kremmling fairgrounds extension hall will hold the lunch this Friday, April 4, in the Silver Spruce dining room instead. So not bring a covered dish this time. It will be a brunch (pancakes, eggs, meat, etc.) instead of a lunch. The suggested donation for all you can eat is only $2.50. Coffee, tea and milk will be served ” and water, of course.
Mike and Renita Lucas, Eric Scott, Joe and Nancy Huck, Don Mertes and Don and Keats Scott, enjoyed dinner Friday evening at the Quarter Circle Restaurant in Kremmling. After dinner, they stopped at Heeney’s Green Mt. Inn for a fun evening visiting with many friends.
Happy birthdays are wished this week to Ann Marie Damian, Gail Culbreath, Mary Sanchez, Rob Tracy, Wilda Peters in California, Ethel Stevenson, Jim Yost, Roberta Russell, Jacob Hargadine, Anna Douglas, Heath W. Uncapher who is servinf in the Military Service, Sara Rosene, Kevin Pellini, Lynda Haynes and to Gabrielle Wilson.
Belly dancing was enjoyed at the Heeney Community Center Monday evening. This is a fun exciting evening, and as summer residents arrive, more people are expected to attend the Monday evening classes.
A great exercise for the heart is to bend down and help another up.
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