Hatch honored by town for garden work…

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Former Rangely Community Gardens president and current garden consultant Lisa Hatch, right, accepts a plaque from the Town of Rangely and the Community Gardens honoring her role in initiating and expanding the garden project over the last several years.

Letter to the Editor: Thanks from Harlem Ambassadors

Dear Editor: On March 24, the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce hosted the Harlem Ambassadors professional show basketball team for a night of high-flying slam dunks, hilarious comedy and feel-good family entertainment.

Harlem Ambassadors thrill Rangely children and adults with fun basketball

Audience members join in a dance number with the Harlem Ambassadors March 24 in the Rangely Junior-Senior High School gym. Rangely residents packed the stands for the Harlem Ambassadors vs. Rangely All-Stars basketball game. The event was sponsored by the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce.

RANGELY I A Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce-sponsored community event drew more than 250 people to the Rangely Junior-Senior High School gymnasium on March 24.

Rangely Chamber meet and greet…

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The Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce’s new executive director, Kristin Steele, visits with Rangely Town Manager Peter Brixius and Elizabeth Robinson at a recent Meet and Greet, sponsored by the chamber.

Community service…

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The Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce presented three major awards on Feb. 8 during its annual Crab Crack on the Colorado Northwest Community College campus.

Kristin Steele hired as executive director of Rangely’s chamber

RANGELY I Kristin Steele wanted to return to her hometown of Rangely after earning her bachelor of arts degree in mass communication at Colorado Mesa University in December, but she had no idea how it would happen.

Rangely to host circus on July 12

RANGELY | The Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce will host the Culpepper & Merriweather Circus on July 12.

Shred it …

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Rangely resident Teresa Nash watches her documents become recycling at Monday’s “Shred It!” event, sponsored by the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce and Grand Junction’s Colorado Document Security.

Crab crackin’

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Tickets for the annual Crab Crack benefit for the Rangely Area Chamber of Commerce went on sale to members Monday and Kathy Filener and Jane Miller (current chamber board member) made sure they got theirs right away from director Brooke Lohse.