The Golden Spade winner for the business category is First National Bank of the Rockies. They always have such beautiful flowers and the bench area in front of the bank is a nice, shady resting place. Lenora Smuts, bank manager, and Lessa Freeman, loan officer, take care of the flowers. Once again we would like to thank all of the businesses who participate by their generous donations to make this program successful: White River Market, Stewart Welding, Main Street Coffee House, True Value Hardware, Rangely Conoco, Professional Touch, NAPA, Clarks Auto, JJ’s Tire and Automotive, Rangely Liquors, Sweetbriar Gifts, Giovanni’s Italian Restaurant, Pinyon Tree Liquors, Nichols Store, Rangely Trash Service and Awesome Blossom Floral and Gifts.
RANGELY | The Brian Lewis family at 122 Foothill Dr., received 17 nominations from residents saying that this is the best this yard has ever looked.
The Town of Rangely honored Roger and Lois Pittman of 125 W. South St. for winning The Golden Spade Award for June 2013 for the town’s most beautiful yard.