New Castle Community Center multi-purpose room now wheelchair accessible
Congratulations to the New Castle Community Center for finally getting a ramp for wheelchair access to the big multi-purpose room in the back of the building. It’s been much needed for quite awhile, and conforming to safety regulations requires a lot of work.- The New Castle Gladiators Wrestling program is taking registrations and holding a wrestling clinic for ages K-6 from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, May 1, at Riverside School. Fee for noncompetitive is $25 and competitive is $40. Pick up forms at either Town Hall or the Community Center. For more information, please call the New Castle Recreation Department at 984-3352.- A little bird told me Jerry and Sharon Fazzi’s house on 331 Road burned to the ground on the evening of Jan. 29 and that arson is not suspected. – Love My Scrapbooks in Rifle is sponsoring a Pancake Breakfast Scrapbook Crop from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Feb. 22. This event is a great opportunity to start scrapbooking and receive one-on-one assistance. There is a $25 class fee, which includes meals and supplies for the Shadow box scrapbook pages mini-class, and there will be games and door prizes. Please pre-register by Feb. 20 by calling 625-2430.-The menu for the CMC Senior Nutrition Luncheon on Monday, Feb. 17, at the New Castle Community Center will be hot turkey and gravy over biscuit, buttered beans, marinated green bean salad, and fruit pudding.Please call me at 984-2308 if you have any inspiring news to share.
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