Community Pride Day in Grand Valley
The annual Community Pride Day, sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Grand Valley/Parachute, the Battlement Mesa Company and the Town of Parachute, is scheduled for Saturday, May 6. Community Pride Day is an area-wide volunteer effort to clean up our neighborhoods, and provide the opportunity to dispose of accumulated unwanted items. Teams of volunteers will pick up and clear villages and community neighborhoods of clutter and trash – in the public areas only. These activities will be organized and coordinated by villages and community areas. Please call the following coordinators to offer your services for these clean-up activities:Bike Path to Club House: Dan Temple, 285-2318Battlement Creek Village: Don Chance, 285-5627The Reserve: Frank Lancaster, 285-1384Canyon View: Don Prentice, 285-7145Monument Creek Village: Walt Smith, 285-9711Saddleback Village: BJ Barker, 285-9826Stone Ridge Village: Pete Perrine, 285-0204Tamarisk Meadows: Peter Wahlman, 285-1456Tamarisk Village: Dick Smith, 285-9526Willow Creek Village: John Sargent, 285-9466Mesa Ridge Townhouses: Len Allen, 285-5628City Market dumpster: Ray Favre, 285-5610Please note that all household items must be taken by the owner to the dumpster locations listed below:Battlement Mesa dumpster will be in the City Market parking lot.Tires will be accepted with a $2 disposal fee.Engine oil (drainage oil) will be accepted if received in clean containers. Please do not use windshield washer or antifreeze containers. No other hazardous materials or major appliances may be deposited by the dumpsters. If desired, pick up of large items at the curb can be arranged by calling the Battlement Mesa maintenance office at 285-9174 during office hours. A fee of $10 will be charged for each appliance.The Parachute dumpster will be located across from the library.Large or heavy items will be accepted with charges as stated in Parachute’s spring letter.No oil, tires, paint or hazardous materials may be deposited.Call Parachute Town Hall at 285-7630 during normal business hours for additional information.Thank you for your help in this community venture.Ladies’ Night OutLadies’ Night Out at the Battlement Mesa Activity Center is from 5-7 p.m. Sunday, May 7. Activities will include massage therapy by the staff from Dr. Chris’s office, skin care advice from Diane Haynes, aromatherapy by Barbara Allen from Self Indulgence, hair care by Holly from The Perfect 10, diet and food advice from Lynn Miller, flower arranging tips by the staff from Centennial Gardens, what’s hot and what’s not in the fashion world with April Clark of the Post Independent, and interior design advice by the staff from Interiors II. Tickets are only $7 per person and are available at the front desk of the activity center. Call 285-9480 for more information.Mary Moore’s column, “Grand Valley News” appears every other Thursday. To contact Mary with a news tip, e-mail her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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