Another week gone by; it's the middle of June, hot weather during the day, but cool nights. That is why we live in Colorado! The beautiful green scenery is now turning brown, and susceptible to fire. Take care, no cigarettes, sparks, etc. 



Another week gone by, here it is the beginning of June; schools out, summer programs such as baseball, softball, swimming, etc., are underway. Everything is so pretty and green, but it will all soon be turning brown with these 90 degree days. 

An anniversary party for Brayden Jueschke will be held in Colorado Springs on Saturday, June 9, to celebrate twenty-five years after receiving his heart transplant. Friends and family are all invited. Call (303) 823-5925 for directions to get there.


MEMORIAL DAY was Monday; a day we honored our loved ones, visited the cemeteries, thought of the days gone by, and paid tribute to our veterans who made the ultimate sacrifice to our country.  We read about the first World War Battle of Belleau Wood in June of 1918 (one hundred years ago), where the U. S. Marine forces attacked and stormed across the open fields to the German troops in the woods, a turning point of the war.



Another rainy week gone by. However, we are glad to have the moisture, as long as it quits now and then. Everything is so beautiful and green. A-h-h-h, Colorado.

From Dan Greenberg, “A huge thank you and lots of appreciation for the volunteers, Town of Lyons Staff, Sustainable Futures Commission, and Eco-Cycle for dealing with the mud, rain, and chill to pull off a great Spring Clean Up. This event is one to be proud



Another week gone by. The Lyons High School girls lost their last two basketball games and will not be going to the state tournament. Clear Creek will be going for our division. The 1A and 2A games start Thursday at the Budweiser center in Loveland. We want to express our thanks and appreciation to our Lyons team.

They did well, and gave us spectators a lot of excitement. Eight teams of boys and girls, out of some forty teams in Class 2A, get to go to state. For the boys it's:



Another week gone by. No rain to speak of, the blossoms are beautiful, a couple nice warm days. Seems spring is finally here. Time to rake, trim trees, etc., and don't spray the dandelions! Keep them for the bees, which are needed for food, flowers, trees, etc. The bees are dying! No pesticides please!

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