These came from the same folks, who obviously love their mother.
“Happy birthday. Sorry it is a little late. You are the best mom in the world. We love you a lot and are thankful for all that you have done.
Much Love, Chantal, Dad, Christian, Alexandra, and Oreo. Happy birthday!”
“Happy birthday Mom! We hope you have a great day! You are the best mom in the world and we love you a lot! Happy Birthday! Love, Dad, Chantal, Alexandra, Christian, and last but not least Oreo! Happy Birthday!”
Great big garage sale
Habitat for Humanity representing both Eagle and Lake Counties will be holding a series of garage sales every Saturday from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Castle Drive in Eagle (turn south at the Colorado State Patrol Building and follow signs to our warehouse). they have stuff like you wouldn’t believe. We’re talking top notch both new and slightly used home and construction supplies and furnishings donated from some of the area’s best builders, hotels and homes. Many items will be offered for free in the last hour of the sale. Habitat for Humanity is seeking most construction and home items in good condition for donation. (Sorry, no clothing). They need volunteers to help. Call 904-0417 to make arrangements for pick-ups, drop offs or to sign up to volunteer.
BMHS class reunion time
The loyal alumni of Battle Mountain High School are getting together over the July 4th weekend in Vail. It’s for anyone who graduated before 1990. You get all kinds of activities including a fireworks party, picnics, a chance to see how much better you’re doing than everyone else and how your old boyfriends turned fat and bald. They’re doing a Blast from the Past 1980s Prom Night, and are looking for a place to have it. They’re entering a float in Vail’s July 4th parade. That means they need some BMHS memorabilia. Contact Robin (Kittay) Fritz, 970-376-0486, firstname.lastname@example.org; Gretchen Graber at 970-524-5463, email@example.com; or Cindy (Brown) Crawford at 970-328-2899, firstname.lastname@example.org.
GOP: The forest’s friend
The Eagle County Republicans are hosting an educational talk on Forest Health and the Threat of Wildfire, 6:30 p.m. Monday at Manor Vail. Colorado State Forester Jim Hubbard will be the featured guest speaker. He has served as State Forester of Colorado since 1984, and has served in several leadership positions at both the state and national level, including a term as chair of Governor Bill Owens’ Wildland Urban Interface Working Group.The event is free and refreshments will be provided. RSVP Ron Howell at 949-5054.