MEEKER I Joe LeBlanc will be in Meeker on Monday to host his “Live to Dominate” wrestling camp at Meeker Elementary School from 6 to 8 p.m. “I’m looking forward to coming home for a few days,” LeBlanc said by phone. “I’ll be there for Kacey (Gernhart, a former Wyoming teammate) and Megan’s (Ridings, a former classmate) wedding and the clinic on Monday.” LeBlanc will be traveling with his wife and two sons while he holds his “Live to Dominate” wrestling camps around the state. LeBlanc was a three-time Colorado state champion for the Meeker Cowboys, a four-time All-America for the University of Wyoming Cowboys and he is currently an assistant coach for the University of Indiana. “I really enjoy coaching; it’s been a lot of fun,” LeBlanc said of his first year on the Hoosiers’ staff. LeBlanc was in Fort Collins for a two-day clinic and will be in Akron on Thursday and Friday before returning to his alma mater. LeBlanc said he may stay for the Range Call celebration then host camps at Grand Junction Central on July 13, in Hayden on July 16 and at Denver East on July 17-18. There is no charge for the two-hour camp in Meeker. “I want to give back and help build our program back up, and I look forward to seeing everyone,” LeBlanc said.
MEEKER | Pioneers Medical Center Home Health will be offering the monthly Foot Clinic at 10 a.m. on Tuesday at the Pines Apartments, 875 Water St., in Meeker.
MEEKER | Local senior citizens are invited to attend the Meeker 4-H Council’s annual Senior Citizen Appreciation Dinner on Sunday, Feb. 10 at 2 p.m. at the fairgrounds.