At their March 5 meeting Commissioners Doug Atchley, Mark Roeber and Don Suppes made two appointments to the county planning commission. Steve Shea was reappointed for a three-year term.
Delta High School together with Delta Police Department, Bank of Colorado, State Farm, Bill Heddles Recreation Center, U.S. National Guard and Delta Area Chamber of Commerce collected over 1,300 pounds of food for the Delta Food Pantry. Tayshen Automotive contributed 920 cans of vegetables, soup and meat after a two-month-long food drive.
This year's First Colorado National Bank Basketball Tournament was an interesting event for the four Delta County high school teams involved in the two-day tournament. On the girls' side of the tournament there was not a single team returning a squad which had more than a handful of players who saw considerable playing time last season.
Delta coach Rob Ames congratulated his Panther basketball team following last Saturday's championship win in the second annual First Colorado National Bank Basketball Tournament. Ames also praised his squad for accomplishing one of several team goals for the season.
Delta placed at three weights, including one champion, at the 41st annual Warrior Classic wrestling tournament.
Senior heavyweight Logan Church scored 34 team points and won four matches by technical fall on his way to his second straight Warrior title.
As the school librarian, Nancy Green helps students locate suitable reading materials, checks out books, tracks Accelerated Reader exams and reads to the younger students. But most of all, she shares a love of the library, and nurtures a lifelong desire to continue reading, by making the school library a delightful place to visit.
The Surface Creek Animal Shelter is attempting to raise funds to pay for building renovations which are in progress and projected to be finished in spring 2018. Jacki Dapkus, secretary for the Friends of Cedaredge Animal Control (FCAC) board which operates the nonprofit shelter, reports that the board is actively seeking local donations while also waiting to hear on a grant application.
What's it like to harness the talents and focus the attention of a hundred squirming children? In the case of Cedaredge Elementary School's fifty-five first graders, you might say that it's like herding energetic bears or, where CES's fifty-seven kindergarteners are concerned, like organizing swirling snowflakes.
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