Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado on June 3, 1977 · Page 9
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Greeley Daily Tribune from Greeley, Colorado · Page 9

Greeley, Colorado
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Friday, June 3, 1977
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Frl.,June 3,1977 GREELEY (Colo.) TRIBUNE » Handicapped camp plans made Scouts of America and the University of Northern Colorado's School of Special Education and Rehabilitation has produced a new summer camp program for handicapped youths. The camp will be held July 24 through 30 at Boy Scout Camp Ben Delatour northwest of Fort Collins. The camp consists of 3,300 acres of land at 7,000-feet elevation along the front range. Several activities will be offered to the handicapped campers, including nature study, hiking, boating, cooking, pioneering, handicrafts, Indian lore, archery, fishing and campfire programs. A medical staff will be on duty, along with a security staff and counselors. A Fort Collins are ample supplies for emergency medical care. Three areas of handicapped youth will be provided at the camp: -- Educationally handicapped boys, ages 9-13, with behavior disorders and learning disabilities. -- Intellectually limited boys and girls, 14 to 21 years old. by the Great Adventure Camp Committee and camp director. A current medical examination will be required, alsong with a camper information sheet. Those items will be furnished at the time of registration, which should be completed as soon as possible to assure a place on the camp attendance sheet. A $25 deposit is due with the Oklahoma congressman to speak Choir performs The Shawsheen Elementary School Thunderbird choir from the musical "Let George Do It" as well as several modern performs for the students at Eaton Elementary School as part songs. The Eaton Elementary School choir performed their of a spring choral "exchange program" this year. Under the spring program at Shawsheen in April. (Photo special to the direction of Ron Anderson, the Thunderbirds sang excerpts Tribune) Stampede to be 'family affair 7 Congressman Mickey Edwards, R-Okla., author of "Hazardous to Your Health," opposing national health Insurance, is slated to discuss federal legislation and how it affects individuals at 7 p.m. June 17 at the Fort Collins Ramada Inn. Event, sponsored by the 4th District Conservative Caucus, will include . a reception. Admission will be charged, Spokesmen said those seeking further information may call Bill Kennedy of the Conservative Caucus, 482-8192. Edwards, serving his first congressional term, is an attorney, former media and advertising official and a former legislative consultant to the Republican Steering Committee. The pilot program has also been designed for two major disability categories for this summer. Mental Retardation and Emotionally Disturbed persons will be the areas of concentration, according to chairman Dr. Betty J. Kolstoe of the steering committee for the camp. Some disabilities will be accepted by arrangement, and the camp capacity is 96 campers. Registration will be screened balance Is due July l. Persons interested can call 352-6305 for further information. Israel Kxppcls Roost in Tourism TEL AVIV, Israel UPI Israel expects a tremendous boosl in ils tourist trade wilh the United States following the introduclion of charter flighls between Tel Aviv and the West Coast. Professional rodeo cowboys and. cowgirls, sparkling night show stars, musical comedy, delicious food and good family furi will be the main ingredients of the 55th Greeley Independence Stampede from June 26 through July 4. The largest July 4 rodeo celebration in the United States gets underway on Sunday, June 26, at 2 p.m. with the first of four performances of "Pajama Game" presented by the be held on Monday, July 4, at 2 p.m. · midway concessions. Several p.m. which will conclude the Good food is another new rides will be introduced to world's largest 4th of July rodeo trademark of the Greeley Greeley crowds this year, in 1977. Of course, each rodeo Stampede which has become Reigning over all 'these ac- will feature the Greeley special known as a Western Family tivittes will be Miss Nyla Clark, watermelon races and buffalo · Affair. The whole family will 1977 Stampede Queen. The new stampedes in which local stars enjoy the Beef Barbecue at queen for 1978 will be an- will compete for trophies. Island Grove Park at 5 p.m. on nounced at the night show on Ronnie Milsap, blind country Thursday, June 30. The charge July 4. western superstar will en- is $1 per person which is All in all, 1977 will stack up tertain the night show audience refunded if that person buys a among the best celebrations in on Saturday night, July 2, at 8 rodeo ticket for that evening. Northern Colorado in the past p.m. This young Grammy Senior citizens will enjoy 55 years. award winner' and country lunch on Saturday, July 2, HANDICAPPED CAMP COMMITTEE -- Members of the steering committee for the Boy Scout camp for the handicapped this summer look over the brochures. From left, Bruce Haverkos, UNO graduate student and camp counselor; Don Crewdson, Camping Director of the Longs Peak Council; Committee Chairman Dr. Betty J. Kolstoe, UNC; Dr. Robert Reinert, UNC; and Dr. Oliver P. Kolstoe, UNC. (Tribune photo by Mike Peters) The whole family can eat free Greeley Independence Stam- entertainer of the year in 1974 compliments of Bonanza pede Troupe, a group of local will sing all of his favorites such Greeley. as "Let's Fall Apart," "Pure Love" and "That Girl Who flapjacks and the trimmin's on Waits on Tables." The Judy Sunday, July 3, from 11 a.m. to Lynn Show from the West coast 1:30 p.m. at Island Grove Park, will begin the July 2 evening The flapjacks will be cooked on show and then will move'to the a new grill .especially built for County Exhibition Building and this occasion and donated by for dancing the Greeley National Bank, following the Milsap show. ' The traditional July 4 parade Bobby Goldsboro, a. young will get underway at 10 a.m.'on popular and country western Monday, July 4, down 9th star will delight the. night Avenue. Leading .the parade as audience on July 4 with his marshals will be Rosalie and the Professional Rodeo Cowboy sparkling show which will in : ; Earl Steele, · a popular Weld 'Association (PRCA) and the elude the new release, "Me and County couple. A variety of Girls Rodeo Association (GRA) the Elephants" as well as jmlts will delight the thousands begins on Thursday, June.30, a t . favorites -"I'm a" DHfterl". of parade fans who will line the 8p.m. at Island Grove Arena on "Little Things".and "-Watchin' avenue for this event. N. 14th Avenue. More than 600 Scotty Grow." Goldsboro is a ' .July 4 will be climaxed with contestants are expected to vie .favorite 'among state fair fireworks about 10 p.m. at for over $60,000 in prize money audiences, and . will-· fill the Island Grove arena. This year's during the six rodeos which Island Grove Arena. to over- display will be different from continue on Friday, July 1, at 8 flowing.TheTrailriders, a well-'any previous fireworks show p.m., Saturday, July 2, at 2 known.Western group of the and it's free, p.m., Sunday, July 3, at 2 p.m. Sons of.the Pioneers style,'will Wright's Amusements will and 8 p.m. The final rodeo will open the show on July 4 at 8 provide the carnival and of ^f volunteer singers, dancers, and actors under the direction of Jim DeMersseman, a local drama teacher. The other three performances of "Pajama Game" will be at 8 p.m. on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday, June 27, 28, 29. All performances are in Greeley Central High School Auditorium at 16th St. and 14th Ave. Rodeo activity sanctioned by Senior Citizens' news Ceramics will be held at 9 a.m. Monday in room 204 of the senior center. Ann Smith will be available for instruction. Vilma Kadlecek is the senior citizen'in charge. Plus 60 luncheons are served at 11:45 a.m. on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday at the senior center. Reservations must be made by 10 a.m. the day prior to each meal. These lunches are available through the nutrition project of the Weld County Division of Human Resources. Handicraft-Needlework will be held as usual on Monday at 1:30 p.m. in Room 204 of the senior center. Work will continue on bead bells, bead baskets, embroidered pillow cases and towels, and crocheted finger towels. Quilting will also be available for those interested. The Senior Citizens' advisory Committee will meet at 9:30 a.m. Tuesday, June 7, in room 206 of the senior center. Plans for the month of July will be finalized. All committee members are encouraged to attend. R.S.V.P. group will meet from 9 to 11 a.m. Wednesday in room 204 of the senior center. Work will continue on the bookmarks. Anyone wishing to help bring cheer to shut-ins is welcome to participate. Open bowling is scheduled as usual for Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. at the Bowlorado Lanes, Games are 3 for $1.25 or 45 cents each with shoes free of charge. All those planning to participate must sign in by 1:30 p.m. All scores are recorded. By JOYCE SACK · -· Coordinator · ' - Bible meditations will continue Wednesday at 1:30 p.m. in · room 204 of the_senior center. The topic ^for" June 8 is "Prayer." Edna Hanson is the volunteer leader. "· A plus-40 dance will be held from 8:30 to 11:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 8, at the Greeley Community Building, 701 10th Aye. Music of the '20s will be furnished by the Longmont trio. Admission is $1 per person for all attending. This includes refreshments which are served around 10 p.m. Well-oldster clinic begins at 9 a.m. Thursday in room 206 of the senior center. Appointments for this free service must be made by calling Kathie Burrell, Weld County Health Dept., 353-0540. The second session of needlepoint class will be held at 9:30 a.m. Thursday in room 204 of the senior center. There is no charge for instruction. However, each one is responsible for the cost of his own materials. Marie Wilkinson is the instructor.' The regular weekly business meeting will begin at 1:15 p.m. on Thursday in Room 202 of the senior center. Various games will follow the meeting with refreshments being served at 4 p.m. A birthday parly for all those having a birthday this month will be held at 4 p.m. Thursday, June 9, in room 202 of the senior .center. Decorated cake, mints, coffee and tea are served. All those planning to attend should sign up In the office by Tuesday, June 7, or call the Senior Citizens' Office, 353-3425. PutlPuttgolfwiIlbeheldat9 a.m. Friday at the course on S. 8th Avenue. Games are 2 for 75 cents or 40 cents each. Instruction is available for those who ask. All scores are recorded. Sing-a-Iong will be held on Friday, June 10, at 1:30 p.m. in room 202 of th'e senior center. This is singing for fun --. not entertainment. Dance-a-long is scheduled from 2:30 to 4:30p.m. Friday in room 202 of the senior center. This is dancing for fun to records. Guests are welcome. The camping trip on June 15 and 16 is full. However, a waiting list is being taken in case of cancellations. This trip is sponsored by UNC.. Tickets are now on sale for the bus trip of the month. It will be a pancake feed at Mountain Park in the Poudre Canyon on Tuesday, June 21. The buses will leave the senior center parking lot at 9 a.m. and return about 5 p.m. The cost is $4 per person including bus fare and meal. Anyone may take along games or fishing equipment if they so desire. A preliminary rotation .pool tournament will begin at 9 a.m. Monday, June 13, at the senior center. All those planning to participate must sign up in the office by Friday, June 10, at 5 p.m. There is no charge for this tournament. However, anyone wishing to stay for lunch must sign up for the plus-60 luncheon on that day. The top four winners of this preliminary tournament will represent- Greeley in Fort Collins Wednesday, June 22.. JUNE 4, 5, 6,1977 SPECIAL BUY! 2 GAL. ROSES Our Reg. 3.37 RICHLAWN® TURF FOOD 2 gal., healthy potted roses. Good selection of popular name brand roses. Colorado's first organic based fertilizer. 10-5-5 plus iron. Covers 4,000 sq.ft. 5 GAL.~PINES ELECTRIC LAWN MOWER MALIBU II GRILL 20/40 twin burner portable gas grill. Includes LPG tank,.hose and regulator. 436 sq. inch cooking area. Powerful rotary mower has a 20" cutting path and large easy-roll wheels. Precision electric operation. Model E120. Healthy, hardy 5 gal. pine trees for landscaping. Ready to plant. GROUND COVER TURRET SPRINKLER GARDEN HOSE Va x 50 plastic lawn hose. Rug ged and strong. 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