Four-year-old Cutler Lohse laughs as Tony Benson paints a snowman on her cheek. More than 100 kids turned out for the third annual Rangely Elks Club Children’s Christmas Party on Saturday. Children visited Santa, got their faces painted, made crafts and received gifts during the event. Although the Elks collected donations around town, it also spent roughly $900 for toys this year and approximately $2,900 for food to fill more than 70 Christmas food baskets distributed over the weekend, club photographer Rene Harden said.
As they have done for decades the Rangely Elks Lodge held its annual Children’s Christmas party, ensuring every child who attended receives a toy or two. Families gathered to enjoy cookies and a visit with Santa on […]
On Thursday, March 25, Rangely 4-H families stuffed more than 4000 plastic Easter eggs with treats for the upcoming Elks Easter Egg Hunt set to take place Saturday, April 3 at 10 a.m. at Rangely’s […]