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Rev. Steffy spoke on the rules for Christian living from Romans 12:9-21. Next week, Pastor Opdycke is scheduled to be back and her sermon topic will be The Four M’s.

If you have any news you would like to share, you can contact me at 970-895-2433 or by email at ckrags2433@gmail.com.

Where did all those kids and livestock go? The Laramie County Fair, of course. These little (and some big) guys have worked all year getting ready for this week. The fair started Saturday and runs through Saturday.

Take a trip into Cheyenne and catch a livestock show, walk through the exhibit hall and see what our youth did with cakes, gardening, photography and more. The week wraps up with the 4H Livestock auction where you can help them finance next year while you fill your freezer for the winter.

The community center has been financed and crafted with an addition for storage and a new health and wellness exercise room. The contractors tell us it should be done this month, August. With the new equipment and the new area, not only will you look better, but you will enjoy the new and improved look of the center with friends and neighbors. It has been a long time coming and it is almost here.

Back to school has been a long time coming for some parents. However, when it finally gets here August 24, most of us (and all of the students) will wish we had a few more weeks of leisure. Make sure you get all your school supplies. There are many programs out there to help with the expense if

needed. You can also contact the school office and talk to Donna about your options.

Volleyball and football seasons will start shortly as well. The Burns and Pine Bluffs youth football league started practice this week. Contact the community center for more information. Volleyball signup sheets will go home with the students the first week of school. Remember, all athletes

will need a physical before practicing.

Happy birthday Chery Peterson. Chery will enjoy blowing out her candles and wishing her wish August 13.

The harvesters are still in town helping us clear out the fields. Soon, however, just like the youngsters headed to county fair, they will be gone to the next field to harvest. And behind them will come fall and winter.

The seasons change quickly and life gets going pretty fast. Slow it down a bit by sharing your news with all of us. Call the community center by Monday at 5 p.m. and we will all harvest a good read.

 

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