Surface Creek
Saturday November 22, 2014

The Senior Hikers of Cedaredge are now exploring their favorite “shoulder season” haunts.
The Ribbon Trail in the Bangs Canyon area near Grand Junction was their destination earlier this month.

Kayak manufacturer Long Haul Products of Cedaredge is among five Colorado companies awarded a grant to attend a trade show in Munich, Germany in February.
The Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade awarded export grants to support their attendance at the 2015 ISPO Munich show.

After the Cedaredge Cemetery Board met last week to review a new water sharing agreement with the Town of Cedaredge, board members Mike Street and LeRoy Black shared their thoughts on the agreement and the process.
They said the last two years of disagreement with Cedaredge over water use has been pointless; that it was created by the town’s unreasonable demands; and that the written agreement reached last month only restates major issues that were common practice prior to September 2012 — that is when the town announced its intent to take control of district water.

c01 band1The Cedaredge High School Marching Band returned home from Parker last Tuesday to a boisterous, all-school welcome, carrying with it a fourth consecutive Class 1A state championship.
Pulling into the school parking lot with the state championship banner and trophy on display out the school bus windows, the state champion Bruins were escorted by local police and fire units with lights flashing and sirens sounding. The victory procession made a loop through town and past the elementary school and junior high before arriving at home.
Inside the school, there was an assembly in the commons area as the band members paraded through a corridor of cheering fellow students.

The Surface Creek Valley Lions Club annual winter coat exchange opened this week for another season dispensing warm and fuzzy  cold-weather comfort to valley residents.
The coat exchange is housed in the Surface Creek Community Services food bank.

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