Surrounded by almost 800 Beanie Babies collected in support of Operation Gratitude, Rangely 4-H Community Council members Phalon Osborne, Paityn Myers, Sam Lapp, Caitlyn Ducey, Shelby Neiberger, Justyne Dembowski, Brittany Babineaux, Torie Slagle, Tessa Slagle, Kacie Lapp, RaeLynn Norman, AJ Garner, Anthony Martin and Del Garner are pictured. The toys will be sent to military troops to distribute to kids in Iraq and Afghanistan.The Rio Blanco 4-H program is thankful for everyone’s support.
Dear Editor: Two weeks after the Rangely 4-H pen fire, we can’t thank enough the individuals and businesses who have poured their hearts into helping this organization and its kids rebuild!
RANGELY I In just over a week, workers have nearly completed rebuilding the 4-H pen that burned in an electrical fire May 5, killing several 4-H project pigs and severely damaging the structure.
RBC | Rio Blanco County was extremely well represented at the 2016 Colorado State Fair. Our county had 30 indoor exhibits that qualified to go to state fair. We also had six members compete in […]