Members of the Meeker Cake ‘n’ Bakers 4-H club formed teams to compete in the Ultimate Team Cake Decorating Challenge last week and pictured with their creations are (front) Jacob Pelloni, MaKayla Jones, Tevin Seacrest, Jilly Bumguardner, Kolbi Franklin, Carly Nielsen, Mary Baylie, Savana May and Sierra Gomez, (back) Abby
RBC I This is the time of year that 4-H and FFA members from Rio Blanco County are working diligently to complete their projects.
Meeker Chamber of Commerce director Katelin Cook thanked area energy operators, including representatives from EnCana, Shell and Williams, and the 15 groups of volunteers who helped clean up Rio Blanco County Road 5 (Piceance Creek) last Saturday. Energy operators donated $500 to each non-profit group organized by Cook and Rangely
RBC | No outside horses are allowed at Columbine Park in Rangely or the fairgrounds in Meeker because of an outbreak of Equine Herpesvirus (EHV-1) in the state, which continues to be investigated by the Colorado Department of Agriculture.
The regular monthly meeting of the Meeker 4-H Council was held on May 5, 2011, at the Extension Office Kitchen.
MEEKER I The Meeker 4-H Council was held Feb. 1 at the Extension Office. President Taylor Neilson called the meeting to order. Stephen Walsh led the pledges. Attendees introduced themselves and described their projects.
RANGELY I Sunday’s 2010 Rangely 4-H Achievement Night celebrated the clubs’ successes. While 4-H members and their families enjoyed a potluck dinner, the Panther Country 4-H Club, Chipigitt, Cloverbuds, Makin’ Bacon, and Fish Buddies 4-H Club were recognized for 100 percent completion. The Muddy Mutts Dog Club and the Scrapbooking Club had 75 percent completion.