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Tour the new city of Glenwood Springs Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility

The city of Glenwood Springs will be conducting a tour at the new Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility from 1-3 p.m. Tuesday, June 3. Visitors need to sign up at City Hall at 101 W. Eighth St. or call Karen Bender at 970-384-6425. Transportation will be provided by the city from the Community Center on Wulfsohn Road to and from the Regional Wastewater Treatment Facility. Please park in the southwest parking spaces next to the ice rink at the Community Center.

Wanna Be A Cub Scout?

Learn everything you need to know about Cub Scouting on Tuesday, June 3, at Veteran’s Park in Silt. Beginning at 6 p.m., pack leaders from the Silt Cub Scout Pack 220 will be on hand to answer your questions and even help get your son signed up for an exciting year of Scouting. We already have a summer full of fun activities planned. All boys going in to the first grade through fifth grade are eligible to be Cub Scouts. We currently serve all boys attending Cactus Valley Elementary as well as the Rifle Elementary and Middle Schools. It’s never too late to start. For info, call Toni Yorty at 948-5831 or email haikaichi@msn.com.

Skylark School’s Summer Book Club

The Skylark School’s Summer Book Club will read “For the Children’s Sake: Foundations of Education for Home and School” by Susan Schaeffer Macaulay. This book will benefit parents and teachers in any educational setting: homeschooling, public school or private school. The club will meet at 6:30 p.m. June 5 through July 10 at Mountain View Church. For more information, or to register call 970-930-1804.

Head Neck and Shoulder Clinic with Dr. Todd Carmer DC

Join Dr. Carmer for a two-part series on headaches and the relationship between the head neck and shoulders. This complimentary clinic will be hosted at New Castle Family Fitness at 7 p.m. June 5 and 12. Call New Castle Family Fitness to reserve a seat, 984-3200.

Grand River Health Meals on ‘Heels’

Grand River Meals on Wheels serves more than 1,000 meals a month to homebound neighbors and seniors in need. In an effort to create awareness for the ever increasing need of community support and volunteers, Grand River Health is encouraging women to get involved by delivering a meal to a fellow neighbor during Meals on Heels. Meals on Heels is that opportunity for women to volunteer just for a few hours and deliver a meal. If you or your business is interested in volunteering, contact Grand River Volunteer Services, Brittany Smith 970-625-6215.


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