We mourn the loss in November of a dear friend and family member, Wheezy Kent. Wheezy was born, raised and passed on in Red Feather Lakes. She spent 11 1/2 years doing pretty much what black labs and bloodhounds do — we called it “being the Wheez.” Patient, intelligent and ever watchful, Wheez had a sensitive nose for things and many other qualities that will be terribly missed. She was a good girl. Survived by her best friend Jason, Grandma Cheryl, Uncle Mike and fellow family members Toona and Mario.
For younger Dr. Seuss fans, we’re celebrating the good doctor’s birthday 1 to 2 p.m. Saturday, March 2 with a Cat-In-The-Hat birthday party. Everyone welcome — ages 0 – 12 to participate, older folk to […]
An important way your library provides value-added service is through grants. This can be a productive, but not necessarily easy, process. Through the steps of planning, writing, applying, implementing, following and reporting grants are earned, […]
Mountain Lions Club of Red Feather Lakes is seeking contributions in order to expand the Veterans Memorial in Red Feather Lakes Community Park. The Lions Club established the park in 2006 and that year the […]