Saturday offers local wildflower hiking or a bird walk and a tour of Montezuma Rimrock Fire Station which includes lunch. On Sunday afternoon, find out what Sound Journey is at Emerald Waves. Monday offers free flu shots at the BC Adult Center and a movie there in the evening. Also on Monday is the BC Trails Coalition meeting and Kids at Hope training at BC School in the evening.
Looking ahead, additional Trunk 'N Treat vehicles are need for Halloween Spooktacular. If you are available, please call Janet at 928-301-2749 and leave a message.
The BC Adult Center needs donated baked items to sell at the Arts & Crafts & Bake Sale held on November 1 & 2
from 9 AM to 3 PM both days.
If you care to contribute to the bake sale, it would be greatly appreciated. Please contact Judy Edwards at 928-274-6023 for how to get your goodies to the Center.
On a tragic note: This morning at 7:15 AM on Montezuma Ave the lovely baby deer, which many of us have enjoyed watching play along the road for the past several weeks, was hit and killed by a speeding black truck. The driver did not stop. Beaver Creek Transit driver, Roz Birdsall, carried the dead fawn to the side of the road near Cayuga and called for Animal Control. Truck driver, please seek peace in your life and look to care for the health and safely of people and animals. RIP young fawn, you are missed and remembered.
Ready to go out & about this weekend, driving slowly,
. . . . . the calendar crew