Inell Harvey: Thanks to all volunteers to helped with Kremmling 9Health Fair |

Inell Harvey: Thanks to all volunteers to helped with Kremmling 9Health Fair

Inell Harvey
Heeney Hearsay

The season of spring has begun ” mud and all. The sun’s golden rays are warm in anticipation of summer’s beginning. This lovely spring weather is fair and warmer. Soft winds have brought in a few April showers and the snow has mostly vanished.

Skies are mostly blue as spring reigns supreme, basking in golden sunshine.

The moon will be in it’s first quarter on Saturday, April 12.

Nina Wood reported seeing the first white pelicans of this season last week. They were hovering over the Colorado River.

Many people took advantage of the 9Health Fair in Kremmling last Saturday. The dozens of volunteers were appreciated.

Tracy and Diane Temple of Grand Lake were in Kremmling Saturday. They visited the 9Health Fair before continuing on to Steamboat Springs to keep an appointment.

St Peters Catholic Church in Kremmling conducted the church service last Sunday afternoon in Cliffview Assisted Living Center. Next Sunday, the Gore Baptist Church of Kremmling will be in charge of the service. Each Sunday, the services are conducted by different churches in this area.

Paul Gilbert is a patient in Kremmling Memorial Hospital. He spent a few days in a Denver hospital, but is now slowly recuperating in Kremmling.

Monica Cary is enjoying visiting relatives in Alabama this week. She is in the midst of the tornado area. Her aunt and uncle in Alabama are celebrating their Golden Wedding anniversary and Monica is helping with that ” while husband Tom is keeping home fires burning in their Gore Range area home.

The right temperature in a home is maintained by warm hearts, not by hot heads.

The most important things in your home are people.

The Steamboat Ski Resort on Mt. Werner closed last weekend. Janifer and Jeff Peterka (Inell’s daughter and her husband) have taught skiing there for over 30 years.

Happy wedding anniversaries to Chris and Misty Overholt and to Gary and Carol Leitner, both couples on April 15.

Audrey Joyce Hallenbeck in Denver, Inell’s unofficial ceberal palsy adopted daughter, has had a medical setback and is under constant doctor’s care. She has not completely recuperated from a massive stroke she suffered a couple years ago.

She will be 70 years of age next August.

Heeney is presently going through a real bad mud season. All streets and driveways are mud, mud, mud.

Snow fell in this area in the wee hours and all day Monday, April 7.

There had been no wind and the trees and landscapes were beautiful Monday morning.

A telephone call Sunday from Jenny Elliott says she is having a fabulous vacation in Hawaii. She is on the island of Oahu and has enjoyed sight seeing all over the island, is driving a rental car and is considering sky diving before returning home to Heeney next week. More about this exciting trip will appear in this column next week.

Before the pre-computer area, a “floppy disk” was something terribly wrong in a person’s back, a “CD” was a bank account and “memory” was something a person lost as he or she aged.

The cook who prepares the meat and potatoes for the Friday potluck group prepared a wonderful brunch last Friday. It was served in the Silver Spruce dining room to 32 guests. The entrees were biscuits, sausage, bacon, eggs, pancakes, a delicious egg and meat casserole, all sorts of side dishes, fruit and juices and delicious homemade sweet rolls. You name it, it was there. Meals on Wheels were also delivered. It was the “treat of the year” and people enjoyed visiting, too.

A surprise telephone call from Martha Lansdon in Bathalto, Ill. was received by Inell last week. Martha is the daughter of Inell’s late friends, Cleo and George Aylor. Martha and Inell had not visited for over a year.

There is only one endeavor in which you can start from the top, and that is digging a hole.

Happy birthdays to Tessa Miller, Erica Young, Jay Noonan, Jeff Manuel, Cassidy Almgren, Renae Manuel, Darold Jones, Shawn Wheatley, Rayan Jones, Haley Marie Weimer, Lindsey Huff, Anita Thompson, Jenny Elliott, former Heeney resident Pearl Nauman (now in Denver), Terry Allison in Hot Sulphur Springs and to Abbie Peters in California.

Eric Scott found out that his dog, Anna Mae, could lock car doors, too. Eric had an exciting half hour one morning while he was scraping ice from the windshield. His dog was in the car, motor running and heater on. His extra key was in his desk drawer at his office in Frisco.

His Uncle Don Scott came to the rescue bringing his key to him. Anna Mae enjoyed the excitement. She was OK, but Eric was a wreck.

“I think I need a hug ” and a maid and a cook and a chauffer and a secretary and an accountant ” and a lot more hugs.” Barbara Johnson

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