Cedaredge Library is teaming up with The Nature Connection (TNC) again this summer season to bring exciting outdoor programs to youth in our community.
Cedaredge area youth, ages 6-14, are invited to register for "Biking Bonanza," a day of summer cycling fun on Saturday, June 8.
Last month the Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center (GMAEC) completed a series of classes designed to provide local students and families with fun and educational activities during school year breaks. Classes were held at the arts center in downtown Cedaredge in October and December 2018 and again in February and April of this year.
On May 27, 1979, Grand Mesa Southern Baptist Church was organized as an independent church. Next Sunday, May 26, it will celebrate its 40th anniversary with a special service at 10:45 a.m., followed by a potluck dinner.
During a recent water committee meeting, Orchard City staff and trustees Dick Kirkpatrick and Doug Keller reviewed the responses from the engineering firm to questions concerning the water plant report. A major element to the report was recommending the addition of a new filter.
Today we are a nation at war against terrorism. The armed forces of the United States are fighting the terrorist armed forces in Afghanistan, Syria and Iraq and are working hard to protect our country against those who would do us harm. It is more important than ever that we honor all veterans who have lost their lives in war.
To start the Cedaredge Board of Trustees regular meeting May 16, two public hearings were held -- using the old hire police officers' pension funds and amending the municipal code by allowing tiny homes.
With the pension funds, the town will first match three years' worth of Social Security for all employees and police officers.
On May 1, the Cedaredge board of trustees met for a special meeting to appropriate an additional $35,000 from reserves as a loan to the golf course fund.
These funds will be used to purchased a used turf utility vehicle, a spray rig, and to make improvements to the kitchen and dining area of the restaurant.
For the May 9 work session for the Cedaredge Board of Trustees, town administrator Greg Brinck presented planning commission recommendations for tiny homes. A public hearing is scheduled at the regular May 16 meeting, to be followed by a vote to amend the municipal code by allowing tiny homes.
Orchard City board of trustees met May 8 for a short meeting. Dick Kirkpatrick warned the trustees that the water fund has decreased by $182,000 since the first of the year. "If it picks up during the summer, good, but just a head's-up for this point in time," he said.
A perfect early spring day was Mother Nature's gift to the members of the Plant & Dig Garden Club as they drove to Montrose for a tour of the Ute Museum last month. Carly, the museum's wonderfully informative activities director, guided us through this amazing facility, explaining Ute culture and the many beautiful items in the exhibits.
What a difference year makes! Last year we prayed for rain that never came. This year is quite the opposite. Abundant winter snows and spring rains have resulted in a profusion of weeds.
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