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Arts Center grand opening this Friday
Arts Center grand opening this Friday

A new era in Cedaredge will dawn when the Grand Mesa Arts & Events Center (GMAEC) officially opens its doors on Friday, June 15. The new center has been a community effort with many individuals working hard to renovate the GMAEC building at the intersection of SW 2nd and West Main streets in downtown Cedaredge.

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Service Saturday for Surface Creek seniors is June 16

A Little Help of Delta County is sponsoring a 'Service Saturday' event on June 16 to connect seniors in need of help with local volunteers. A half dozen area seniors have indicated a need for assistance so far with various home maintenance jobs.

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Cubs reunion planned

A reunion of the Cedaredge High School Cubs is planned Aug. 10 and 11. Classmates will gather at The Pondy on Main Street in Cedaredge Friday, Aug. 10, beginning at 6 p.m.

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Plant & Dig Garden Club learn composting

The May meeting of the Plant & Dig Garden Club was held at the home of this writer. So for this segment only I will be writing in first-person.

I had the privilege of presenting a program entitled, "Composting and Plant Propagation."

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The coat of many colors
The coat of many colors

People start working early in Montana and they know the value of money. Ask Carol Ann Rasmussen who began working when she was ten years old.

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VBS will transform kids into super sleuths

This summer children will be seen moving in and out of the nooks and crannies of Main Street, Cedaredge. Why? They are "Children: God's Secret Agents," from the vacation Bible school of Cedaredge United Methodist Church.

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What's bugging you? June 13, 2018
What's bugging you? June 13, 2018

Plant Health Care (PHC) is a more preventative, holistic, and intelligent approach to managing our landscapes and garden plants. I covered the basics of PHC in my last column and continue this discussion today.

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Wind machine is latest Pioneer Town feature

How many people does it take to erect a wind machine at Cedaredge's premier historic village?

It's not a trick question.

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Edge of Cedars Art Show winners listed

A successful 46th annual Edge of the Cedars Art Show sponsored by Zeta Omicron Chapter of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Sorority has been completed. Seventy artists exhibited a total of 202 entries which included paintings, photography, sculpture, pottery, stained glass and an open category.

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Grand Mesa campgrounds beginning to open

The lakes and streams on Grand Mesa are thawed and ready for fishing. As for campgrounds, according to a spokesperson for Recreation Resource Management of America which operates the campgrounds on Grand Mesa, the following locations are to be open as of June 1:

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Cedaredge Sick Tree Day scheduled June 23

The annual Sick Tree Day is set for Saturday, June 23. The Cedaredge Tree Board, along with Colorado State forester Vince Urbina, will visit up to 15 yards experiencing tree problems. Tree

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Edge of the Cedars Art Festival marks 46th year

The annual Edge of the Cedars art festival gets underway tonight (June 6) from 7-9 p.m. with a judges' reception and awards program. The public is welcome to attend and view this year's works of art on display at Cedaredge Middle School, 845 SE Deer Creek Drive.

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Help is coming for Surface Creek seniors
Help is coming for Surface Creek seniors

A Little Help of Delta County will sponsor "Service Saturday" to help senior citizens with home and yard tasks. On Saturday morning, June 16, local volunteers will spread out in the Cedaredge/Surface Creek area to help their elderly neighbors with weeding, raking, window washing, indoor dusting and other similar tasks.

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Cedaredge chamber welcomes new executive director
Cedaredge chamber welcomes new executive director

Alisha Komives has been selected to serve as executive director for the Cedaredge Area Chamber of Commerce. She is replacing Kami Collins, who left the chamber post to take a position with the Town of Cedaredge.

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As drought worsens, Cedaredge officials urge water conservation

Abnormal dryness, or drought, is currently affecting approximately 2.2 million people in Colorado, which is about 44 percent of the state's population. Utility customers within the Town of Cedaredge are part of that 44 percent.

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Gymkhana events are off and running
Gymkhana events are off and running

The Surface Creek Saddle Club hosted this summer's first gymkhana event last Wednesday as horse enthusiasts of all ages crowded into the grandstands and arena east of downtown Cedaredge.

A gymkhana features horse and rider activities which demonstrate equestrian skills including barrel racing, pole bending, flag races, and a variety of fun events.

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Rebekahs award scholarships, complete cemetery memorial

May was a busy month for Elberta Rebekah Lodge #106. On May 15, Carolynn Andersen and Becky Lane attended the awards banquet for Cedaredge High School graduating seniors. On behalf of the lodge, Anderson awarded $500 to Ty Grant.

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