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Senior CommUnity Center celebrates caregivers during National PACE Month
Senior CommUnity Center celebrates caregivers during National PACE Month

The National PACE Association has proclaimed September as National PACE Month, an opportunity to celebrate the lives improved by Programs of All-Inclusive Care for the Elderly (PACE®). This year's theme of "Caring for Caregivers, Caring for You" highlights the role of caregivers and the support provided to them by PACE programs.

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Cedaredge trustees to meet Sept. 20

Following last week's work sessions, the Cedaredge Board of Trustees will meet for a regular meeting on Thursday, Sept. 20. The meeting will begin at 5 p.m. in the Cedaredge Civic Center, Grand Mesa Room, 140 NW 2nd Street. The public is encouraged to attend.

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Labor costs outpace Cedaredge tax revenue

The majority of the Sept. 13 Cedaredge work session focused on the continued 2019 budget discussion. Three items were of focus: changes from the August draft budget, employee benefits and health insurance, and the fleet fund.

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What's bugging you? Sept. 19, 2018
What's bugging you? Sept. 19, 2018

The signs of an early fall are beginning to show up across the Surface Creek Valley. Cottonwood leaves beginning to turn yellow, rabbitbrush in full glorious bloom and cooler nighttime temperatures are some of these signals of what is to come.

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Volunteers honored for hunger relief teamwork
Volunteers honored for hunger relief teamwork

Two local community groups which teamed up to address hunger have been honored for their achievements. The Cedaredge Community Garden and Surface Creek Community Services received grants from the Western Colorado Community Foundation (WCCF).

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AWANA meets weekly at First Baptist Church

AWANA in Cedaredge at the First Baptist Church, 370 W. Main Street every Wednesday evening from 6:30 until 8:00.

The First Baptist Church of Cedaredge, 370 W. Main Street, extends an invitation to a very exciting program for kids between the ages of 3 and sixth grade.

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Private roads present issues for Orchard City

At the Sept. 12 regular meeting of the Orchard City Town Council, Nancy Hovde with HopeWest discussed the local nonprofit with the board of trustees. She began by giving background and how they work to provide hospice and care to those in need.

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Host families wanted

The Council for Educational Travel USA (CETUSA) is seeking host families for international high school students. Barbra Campbell of Cedaredge is the local community coordinator for CETUSA.

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10-year reunion planned

Cedaredge High School's Class of 2008 is planning a 10-year reunion weekend. The celebration will include dinner and dancing at Alexander Lake Lodge Saturday, Oct. 6, at 7 p.m.

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Fire station is site for five-alarm chili cook-off

Autumn is just around the corner, nights and mornings are growing colder -- which means it's a perfect time for another "Five Alarm Chili Cook-Off." The Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce has teamed up with the town's volunteer fire department to launch the firefighter's 17th annual fundraising event.

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Budget, tiny homes on work session agenda for Cedaredge

To start the Sept. 13 Cedaredge work session, Delta County Economic Development executive director Stacey Voigt addressed the board. To increase communication, she is trying to meet with the county's municipalities once a quarter.

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Color Sunday is Sept. 30
Color Sunday is Sept. 30

Sept. 30 has been designated as the official Color Sunday on Grand Mesa. But the 10,000-foot scenic area apparently didn't get the memo because trees lining Hwy 65 are already popping with the gold and red hues of autumn.

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Drought task force wraps up policy recommendations

At the Sept. 12 regular meeting of the Orchard City Board of Trustees, the drought task force presented an update on its progress. Previously it created a list of categories for evaluating drought need.

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Orchard City looks for missing water

Several items were on the agenda for the Sept. 12 Orchard City water committee. First, the Bull Mesa Pipeline group proposed replacing Bull Mesa's upper line and having the town take it over.

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Saddle club ends the season on a high note

By all accounts, the Surface Creek Saddle Club had a successful summer this year. Competition was keen in the 2018 Saddle and Buckle Series gymkhana.

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Colorado Grand cruises through Delta County
Colorado Grand cruises through Delta County

Get ready for the Colorado Grand because a host of classic automobiles are headed our way. As many as 85 vehicles will pass through Delta County on the final leg of their multiple-day 1,000-mile route through the Rocky Mountains.

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Vendor applications available for Applefest

There are limited vendor spots available for the 2018 Applefest being held Oct. 6-7.

"We listened to feedback from our community and are happy to announce this year we are offering different rates for vendors," said Alisha Komives, executive director of the Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce.

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PACE welcomes new chaplain Justin Williams
PACE welcomes new chaplain Justin Williams

Volunteers of America and Senior CommUnity Care PACE (SCC-PACE) is pleased to announce Justin Williams as the program's new full-time chaplain. Williams will share his time between the program's two day center sites in Montrose and Eckert, serving the spiritual needs of the program participants.

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Tiny houses and marijuana regs on Orchard City radar

The trustees present at the Sept. 5 workshop for Orchard City were eager to tackle the agenda and get to work on various matters. First, they reviewed the ordinance for regulating the cultivation and possession of marijuana.

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Christian family says thank you
Christian family says thank you

The Christian family would like to thank everyone for their support and fundraising that has been done for our family. We are overwhelmed and humbled by the kindness that has been shown.

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Garden club learns about flower pounding

For its August meeting the Plant & Dig Garden Club was privileged to once again draw from a talented member of our club for an outstanding program.

Patt Jones hosted and directed us in "Flower- Pounding 101."

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Budget workshops continue

The Town of Cedaredge board of trustees will continue to discuss the 2019 town budget during a work session on Thursday, Sept. 13. The budget work session will begin at 5 p.m. followed by a regular town work session.

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Church volunteers support Applefest as security patrol

This year's Applefest, scheduled for Oct. 4-7, is only weeks away and local organizations are gearing up to do their part to make the annual event a success.

For 12 years, the congregation of the Grand Mesa Southern Baptist Church has worked with the Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce and town police to provide security for Applefest.

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