ABOUT TOWN 1/21/21 #48 for the Lyons Recorder online!
Thanks to those who gave the program to Honor Martin Luther King on Monday at 1 pm, in front of the Lyons Community Church; About 50 attended, with Rev. Emily Hagan in charge; Ian Brighton and family, Mayor Nick Angelo, and Mark Boys. They posted a “stop racism” banner. Very Moving!
See the January 15th “Senior Article“ in Lyons Recorder. Very big and full of good information!
The Wednesday Walkers Exercise Group is meeting at 11 am at Walt Self.(new time) Get on the mailing list to get notified if it is cancelled. firstname.lastname@example.org. Here is a link to a fun exercise video sent out to the Wednesday Walkers. Pease go at your own pace!
Senior meals furnished by Boulder County Aging for $3.00 can be picked up at the Senior Center each Wednesday and Friday from 11:30-12:30. Call 303 441 1415 the day ahead. (ages 65 and up)
The River Church is again serving Monday night suppers in boxes from 5 to 5:30 p.m. in front of the Senior Center, for those who need it.
SHOP IN LYONS – DO YOUR SHOPPING AT HOME-HELPS LYONS’ BUSINESSES AND TOWN.
LYONS SALON & BARBER – 970 744 2111
LYONS MANE at the Shopette is open daily; call.
LYONS REGIONAL LIBRARY (TAKE OUT) Mons & Thurs 10AM-4:00pm; Tues\Wed 12-6:00pm; Sat. 9:00-12:00, 303 823 5165.
YOGA – Saturdays – 9am – yoga online
WESTERN STARS open 10am-6pm, Mons -Thursday, 303 747 3828;
DOG GROOMING 10\20\-28 303 823 6260, Vet Clinic – Make appointment
LAMARIPOSA-Friday Lunch – 11am-3:00pm – $10.00-Stop by
A-LODGE-FORMERLY ASPEN LEAF MOTEL – Open for business. A discount is given to local residents who bring their family and friends
CHILD CARE & EDUCATION BY JACQUE SHANK-303 823 5020
LYONS PHYSICAL THERAPY will come to your home thru Tele-Health Call 303 823 8813
MENTAL HEALTH MEETINGS, each Thursday at 3pm, on Zoom by Cheri Maureaux, LEAF.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN ACCUPUNCTURIST is now open for business 303 775 2940 – Julie Smith
For Live Music and a meal stop at the at the Lyons Den
KAREN’S HAIR SHOP is now open daily. – back of old hotel.
Willis Horn is operating a cupcake company..Call him, 303 823 6770
Ian Taylor has the Red and White Food Truck.. he will be parked at the Stone Cup, 4-8pm Tuesdays and Thursdays, and once at Spirit Hounds. You cannot eat at the tables at the Stone Cup; do carry out.
==Please call each business to confirm their current hours and days open==
SCHOOLS: SEE LYONS RECORDER Page for this month’s school news: == the JANUARY SCHOOL NEWS
SCHOOLS resumed Wednesday, Jan 6th: Office hours of M\Sr High is 8:00a.m. to 3:00 pm. Phone 303 823 6631; Attendance (x45608) Registrar (x45609) Call Angela Rittenhouse, Attendance Clerk, 720 494 3844, if you will miss school. Students may go in person next week.
St. Vrain Valley, Boulder Valley, and Adams County schools are furnishing a free meal to all children under 18 years of age thru December, with curbside pickup from 11 to 12:30 pm, Monday- Friday.
REQUIREMENTS – Parents are to upgrade the Immunizations of their students. go to Richelle Brown, Health Clerk 303 823 6631. Students may go back in person in January.
To order your YEAR BOOKS – see Anna Marie Stryaz (303) 823 6631
WEEKLY NEWSLETTERS: if you are interested in knowing what is going on, contact each school’s secretary and sign up.. For the Middle/High newsletters, go here: WEEKLY newsletters (sign up and get it in your email box weekly!)
SCHOOL REGULATIONS. Safety rules apply to all 13 of the SVVSD schools; All safety issues and improvements at the schools are being made: For in-person, when allowed: they have Increased the air flow; added custodial sanitizing, wear masks, schedule breaks; hand sanitizing, social distancing, fewer students will be in a room and in lunchroom-1\2 marked on each side, classrooms-desks 6′ apart; stairways-marked right side both up and down; lunch lines-stay on right side.
Due to the Martin Luther King Holiday, Next meeting Tuesday January 19.
We will appreciate your support. Send a check to Lyons Historical Society, P O Box 9, Lyons, CO 80540
SYMPATHY: We are saddened at the death of Richard Roe son of Dick and Judy Roe; brother to Gloria and Roby. He lived in Berthoud during the winter months and worked in Alaska during the summer. He graduated with the Lyons High Class of 1967. He is survived by his children Richard Roe, Kerri Gudmundsson, and Tawna Duncan, and his Brother Robert Roe of Dacona; and by 12 Grandchildren and 3 Great Grandchildren; and is preceded in death by his parents, Dick and Judy Roe, his wife, Connie Poe, and sister Gloria Simpson. A graveside service will be held at the Lyons Cemetery this Monday, January 25th at l:00 p.m.