Fall Festival 2014

Bank’s fall festival and hospital race part of the fun on Saturday

Part of the fun at the 11th annual Mountain Valley Bank Fall Festival will include the pies, salsas and jellies/jams auctioned off to the highest bidders. Events Saturday in downtown Meeker begin with a run at 9 a.m. and the Fall Festival beginning at 11 a.m. All  ages are invited to drop in and take part in the fun, which will last until 2 p.m. The event is co-sponsored by White River Electric Association and the ERBM Recreation and Park District. See insert within today’s Herald Times.

MEEKER I Downtown Meeker will be abuzz from early morning to mid afternoon on Saturday with the 11th annual Mountain Valley Bank Fall Festival.

Fall Festival set for Sept. 27

MEEKER | Mountain Valley Bank in Meeker will hold its 11th Annual Fall Festival on Sept. 27, and a call has been put out for those local organizations in need of a fundraiser.

Fall Festival seeks fundraisers

MEEKER I Mountain Valley Bank in Meeker will hold its 11th Annual Fall Festival on Sept. 27, and a call has been put out for those local organizations in need of a fundraiser.

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Colorado Northwestern Community College LeaderTrek learning community students organized a Fall Festival for children at Rangely’s Elks Park on Saturday.

Over 100 walk/run in annual Scrub Shirt Classic 5K race

More than 120 people participated in the eighth annual Scrub Shirt Classic race on Saturday, including 38 fifth- and sixth-graders. A challenge was made between the two classes to see which class could get the most participants and the fifth-graders won with 23. Tevin Pelloni, a sixth-grader, won the race with a time of 24:16.

MEEKER I The 8th Annual Scrub Shirt Classic Race on Saturday hosted almost 125 participants. “We are thrilled to see so many people participate in the 5K walk, run or stroll event,” said Curtis Cooper, the event coordinator and Pioneers Medical Center IT manager. “We want everyone to have fun and to know that no […]

2013 Fall Festival

Everywhere the ERBM Recreation and Park District sets it up, the bumpy blow-up slide is a wild success with the young ones in the group. Fall Festival was no exception as these two young ladies had a great time on the slide amid sunny skies and 60-degree temperatures on Saturday afternoon.

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Helping local non-profits, Fall Festival for all

MEEKER I The Mountain Valley Bank Fall Festival will celebrate its 10th year on Saturday. Mountain Valley Bank, together with co-sponsors White River Electric Association and ERBM Recreation and Park District, have teamed up to produce the event, which has grown to become a true community event that serves as a fun-filled day for the […]

Non-profits abound

MEEKER I This year’s Mountain Valley Bank Fall Festival participants are PTO, WCDC, MACC, Barone Student Council, 4-H Council, Jr. Wildlife Officer’s 4-H Club, White River Livestock, FFA Judging — Louisville Trip, White River Judging, Girl Scouts, New Eden Pregnancy Center, Rio Blanco County Historical Society, Meeker Education Foundation, New Creation Church, Hope — West […]

Fall Festival 2013: Community joins to aid non-profits, have fun

MEEKER I Downtown Meeker will be buzzing from 11 a.m. to mid afternoon on Saturday as Mountain Valley Bank hosts its 10th annual Fall Festival with co-sponsors White River Electric Association (WREA) and the ERBM Recreation and Park District for the benefit of local non-profit fund-raising efforts.

Festival wraps up summer with community fun

MEEKER I The colors are changing, showing the beautiful transition of seasons, and this means it is time for the Mountain Valley Bank Fall Festival in Meeker. The ninth annual event will take place Saturday, Sept. 29 on Main Street in front of Mountain Valley Bank, in the old elementary school yard and in the […]

Fall Festival mixes good times with good deeds

MEEKER I For the eighth consecutive year, Meeker residents and visitors will gather downtown on a crisp fall day to enjoy good food and fun family activities all while supporting local non-profit groups.