Members of the Rangely 4-H Club and several of their parents cleaned up a mile of Highway 139 on June 17 as part of the Adopt-A-Highway program. 4-H coordinator Jayda Lewis said the turnout was better than she expected. “I think everyone had a good time,” she said. “They all had really good attitudes, which made it fun.” Lewis thanked Rio Blanco County deputy sheriff Rich Garner for his help managing traffic during the cleanup.
RANGELY — The Rangely 4-H Makin’ Bacon Swine Club held its fist meeting of the year on Jan. 30 at 6 p.m. The club has a total of 25 members, including five new members.
RANGELY I Rangely 4-H had a council meeting June 6 in which 34 members and parents met at Highway 139 at 6 p.m.