Each month, the Rangely 4-H kids do community pride projects, and this past weekend saw the kids at the Devries’ Pumpkin Patch, where they picked more than 300 pumpkins and donated them to Rangely Community Gardens. Top row, from left to right, are: Stephen Mercado, Braxton Hall, AJ Garner, Jennilyn
Members of the Makin’ Bacon Livestock 4-H Club in Rangely presented Rangely Animal Shelter director Vicky Pfennig the funds raised from the Walking and Wagging 5K dog walk. Makin’ Bacon sponsored the walk that attracted 33 Rangely residents and 4H members, raising $360 for the shelter. Pictured are: Makin’ Bacon
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 After an electrical fire at the Rangely 4-H community pens killed several 4-H project pigs and damaged the structure more than a week ago, residents and sympathizers are responding to the organization’s needs.
Dear Editor: We would like to thank the many people who helped during and after the 4-H community pen fire on Monday afternoon.
RANGELY I A fire ignited by an electrical source killed five pigs and injured two more in one of two Rangely 4-H community pens on Monday afternoon.
RANGELY | Rangely 4-H is conducting a food drive this week to benefit the Rangely Food Bank, and area residents are urged to donate canned goods and non-perishable items.