Posts Tagged ‘berthoud’
May 3 to May 7 is Teacher Appreciation Week. The Thompson School District has several events that show teacher appreciation. Last week, the Thompson Education Association’s Crystal Apple Awards recognized some of the district’s outstanding teachers as nominated by their colleagues in the profession. This week, at the Board of Education meeting, students had the opportunity to name teachers they appreciated. Students were encouraged to write about a teacher and on Wednesday evening they ... Full Story
An airplane crash in Southern Indiana on Sunday took the lives of David and Elizabeth Schump of Windsor. The couple is the brother and sister-in-law of James Schump of rural Berthoud. There are no details at this time. A short article is on the Channel 4 Website.
BOARD OF TRUSTEES STUDY SESSION MAY 4, 2010 BOARD ROOM 7:00 P.M. 1. Volunteer Boards & Commissions Administrator Hart 90 minutes 1a. Tree Board 1b. Parks & Open Space 1c. Planning & Zoning Commission 1d. Berthoud Economic Development Committee (BERT)
Connie J. Golightly, 59, of Berthoud passed away April 28, 2010 at McKee Medical Center. She fought a brave and courageous fight with lung cancer but other complications ended her almost three-year battle. She was born May 11, 1950 in Longmont, Colorado to Eugene and Naomi Maxine (George) Howell. She attended Lakewood High School for one year, but graduated from Poudre High School in Fort Collins. She married Jan Allan Golightly on June 11, 1970 in Denver. He preceded her in death ... Full Story
You and your friends are invited to the opening of Quinn’s new art gallery at her home, Sunday, May 16, 2010, 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Over a hundred framed pieces of Quinn’s original art for sale as a benefit for the LARIMER HUMANE SOCIETY. Join us for a artful and fun afternoon – 15% of all sales will go to help animals that depend on us. www.larimerhumane.org Come check out Quinn’s new gallery and help the Humane Society. ... Full Story
BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING APRIL 27, 2010 BOARD ROOM 7:00 P.M. 1. Call to Order Mayor Tom Patterson 2. Roll Call Mayor Tom Patterson Mayor Pro-Tem David Gregg Trustee Thomas Jones Trustee David Skiles Trustee John Bauer Trustee Jeff Hindman Trustee Dick Shepard 3. Pledge of Allegiance Mayor Patterson 4. Citizen Participation 5. ... Full Story
Virginia Huppe and Fran Robison “I’m not a doll person, I’m a clothes person.” said Fran Robison as she began her presentation to those gathered at the McCarty-Fickel house to hear about the Ladies of Loveland. Robison said she never had doll when she was a girl. Instead, she cut out the models from the Sears and Roebuck catalogue and made dresses for them. She has always liked clothing and when she was blessed with a daughter, she delighted in making her ... Full Story
Commissioner Tom Donnelly will meet with citizens in Berthoud on Wednesday, April 28 at 8:30a. m. at the Light House Cafe at the Grace Place, 250 Mountain Ave., Berthoud. Larimer County Commissioner Lew Gaiter is Commissioner Donnelly's guest for the Berthoud meeting. This Citizen Meeting is a great way to meet with Commissioner Donnelly in an informal atmosphere to discuss issues important to you.
Newly seated Berthoud Trustee Dave Skiles has started his own blog. The first post was February 15 and he talks about issues on his mind. We applaud this effort to reach out to the people of Berthoud. Each post ends with a poll asking whether you agree ore disagree with his comments. This is a great opportunity to let your opinion be known. You can visit his site by clicking here.
Berthoud Area Humanities Alliance (BAHA) and Citizens First (CF) are sending out a call to all Berthoud Area artists for the first Art in the Garden event to be held on Saturday, June 26 from 4:00 to 8:00 p. m. in the beautiful garden of the historic Waggener home, 980 Mountain Avenue, in Berthoud. Art in the Garden will provide a showcase for painters, photographers, sculptors and potters featuring Berthoud area artists. There is no entry fee, ten percent of the artists’ total sales from ... Full Story