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An Eagle snow plow driver inches by a parked car at Eagle Ranch. As snow accumulates in town, residents are reminded to abide by the community's Odd/Even parking rules.
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Noon Year’s Eve



Join the Gypsum Recreation Center this New Year’s Eve for the annual “Noon” Year’s Eve Ice Cream Social.

The event is planned Wednesday, Dec. 31 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Activities will include gymnastics, rock climbing, swimming, a balloon drop at noon and make-your-own ice cream sundaes.

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Cost is $15 for a family of 4 or $5 per adult and $3 per child.

The rec center will also have modified hours that day. The center will be open from 5:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. and will be closed on New Year’s Day.



Eagle Ranch on street parking

With snow piling up around town, Eagle Public Works and Eagle Police remind local residents to abide by the odd/even parking rules at Eagle Ranch.

Signs are posted through the neighborhood to inform residents about the rules. When a “snow event” occurs — meaning when two or more inches accumulates — no parking is allowed along on odd numbered sides of the street on odd numbered calendar days. There is no parking on even numbered sides of the street on even numbered calendar days. The restrictions are in place from 5 a.m. to 5 p.m.

Additionally, the Eagle Ranch Associations asks residents not to park in alleys during snow events, because alleys must also be cleared.

And finally, residents are reminded not to throw snow into the street when they shovel snow from sidewalks or driveways. When the plows pass by, they will simply push that snow back. What’s more, the homeowner is just creating a problem for his or herself, because the snow that is thrown into the street will soon turn into ice right at the end of your driveway.

Booster Club Winter Sports Program

The Eagle Valley High School Booster Club is currently selling advertising for the winter sports program that will be available at all home athletic events for the upcoming season.

Parents of student athletes can purchase a personal ad supporting their student or the Devils for as little as $25. Businesses can purchase a ¼ page, ½ page or a full page ads starting at $50. A $250 payment buys a full page color ad.

For more detailed information contact Tiffany Myers at 970-390-6531 or Blake Martin at 970-331-3732.

Town of Gypsum will collect discarded Christmas Trees

The Christmas holiday is still in full celebration mode, but the town of Gypsum has already advised residents it will be able to dispose of Christmas trees following the holiday season.

All trees to be destroyed must be delivered to the Sports Complex parking lot anytime from Jan. 2-15.

For more information, contact Peggy Jensen at pjensen@townofgypsum.com or call 970-524-5024.

DOWNTON ABBEY PREMIERE PARTY

Downton Abbey fans are invited to a premiere party Saturday, Jan. 3, at 1 p.m. at the Eagle Library in anticipation of the Season 5 premiere on Sunday, Jan. 4.

“We will watch the final episode from season 4, followed by refreshments, Downton trivia, a jigsaw puzzle and board game,” said Robyn Bryant, adult services librarian. “This free library event is highly recommended to all Downton Abbey viewers. Please bring your questions and comments about the show because this is a great opportunity to chat with fellow Downton fans.”

For more info call 970-328-8800.


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