RANGELY | Bethany Green of Rangely is this week’s “home of” honoree. Bethany has lived here 22 years. Her parents are longtime Rangely residents Steve and Vivian Green. Bethany is the administrative assistant at the Western Rio Blanco Recreation and Park District in Rangely. She’s also the middle school cheerleading coach. Bethany is a member of the Rangely MOMs steering team. Bethany has a 5-year-old daughter Alivia Green. Alivia attends preschool at Parkview Elementary School. Bethany’s brother Zach Green and his wife Sarah of Grand Junction are expecting a baby boy, Eli, this month. Bethany is looking forward to her nephew’s arrival. Bethany’s sister Danna Huitt and her husband Ryan also live in Rangely. “I love spending time with my daughter, family and friends. We always have a great time no matter what we are doing! Rangely has a great sense of community and closeness. The people here never hesitate to help others when needed. I’m excited to raise my daughter in a town that provides protection and security,” Bethany explained. “My brother is currently serving in the Utah Army National Guard and is deployed to Afghanistan. He has been such an inspiration to me and my daughter. We are so proud of him and his unit. Please keep him, Brian and Greg Skelton, and the rest of the unit in your thoughts and prayers until they return,” added Bethany.
MEEKER | Timothy Kitchens and his fiancée Ashes Cowley (pronounced Kelly) of Meeker are this week’s “home of” honorees.
MEEKER | Tobey and Rachel Willey of Meeker are this week’s “home of” honorees.