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ESA Sorority disperses funds

The ESA Sorority in Cedaredge recently held its monthly meeting and part of the agenda was to disperse funds from money-raising efforts in the previous year. Monies were raised from various activities including the annual Irish Stew, Pampered Chef luncheon, yard sale, craft sales, and community donations.

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Community supports animal shelter

Last Friday the Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center in Cedaredge hosted a successful benefit concert to raise funds for the Surface Creek Animal Shelter. The last notes of a memorable performance by The Rhythm Method band had barely faded away before the community embarked on another round of activities to support the shelter.

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Reservoirs, tiny homes addressed at Orchard City workshop

During its Nov. 7 work session, the Orchard City Board of Trustees heard a presentation from water commissioner James Holiman.

Concerning water for next year, he said he thinks the area will be okay, but "an average year won't get us back to normal."

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Food bank needs Christmas donors

The Cedaredge Food Bank is once again planning to provide Christmas dinners for Surface Creek's disadvantaged neighbors. Last year 250 families received food boxes filled with an array of holiday provisions.

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Trustees discuss golf course recovery plan

The Town of Cedaredge Board of Trustees met for a public work session last week. The purpose of work sessions is to discuss town issues and preview the agenda for an upcoming regular meeting.

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Phil Ellsworth proclaimed poet laureate
Phil Ellsworth proclaimed poet laureate

Making official what has long been a community sentiment, Cedaredge resident Phil Ellsworth has been honored with an official town proclamation naming him poet laureate. The public proclamation was first read aloud on Nov. 3 when "Phil and Phriends" gathered at the Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center for a chamber theatre presentation.

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Patriotism underscores salute to veterans
Patriotism underscores salute to veterans

Cedaredge High School honored current and past military veterans in an assembly on Nov. 9. This celebration included patriotic music from the CHS band and celebratory video "Homesick" by MercyMe.

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Garden club takes trip to Milk and Honey Homestead

The members of the Plant & Dig Garden Club gathered early on our meeting day last month for our excursion to the Milk & Honey Homestead. This unique operation, owned by Tammi Boggan, features the sale of non-pasteurized milk.

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Cedaredge 2019 budget is available

The Town of Cedaredge Board of Trustees and town staff are continuing to work on the preliminary 2019 town budget leading up to adoption in December. The final draft budget has been submitted to the trustees and made available to the public.

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Fall Clean-up Day is this Saturday

The Town of Cedaredge is asking people to refrain from burning leaves. Instead, the town requests that residents bring yard and household trash to the public works parking lot from 7 a.m.-4 p.m. on Saturday, November 10. The public works parking lot is located at 160 SE High Country Avenue.

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Veterans to be honored at events Friday and Saturday

Veterans Day falls on Sunday, Nov. 11, this year so special events honoring those who serve and sacrifice will take place on Friday and Saturday.

Friday, Nov. 9, marks the Cedaredge High School veterans' celebration which begins with a school assembly at 10 a.m.

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It's a bazaar world out there

A few holiday craft shows have already come and gone but some big ones are still in the offing. It's time to mark the calendar so as not to miss local and regional bazaars.

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What's bugging you? Nov. 7, 2018

A new nuisance pest has been added to our list in western Colorado, the elm seed bug. Native to Europe and the Mediterranean region, it was first detected in the U.S. in 2012.

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Horizons Care Center embraces Halloween

At some care centers death may be a forbidden topic. If residents die, they and their belongings may simply disappear, leaving an empty room behind.

But at Horizons Health Care Center residents who die are not forgotten.

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