To Our Readers, sorry for the short delay in publishing this article – Mrs Johnson had computer problems. == After much discussion, we are printing the document submitted by LaVern Johnson “as is” per her request – as she has declined the suggested edits, and says readers “will read it or not, and sort out what is new or repeated”………..editor.
Please note, “for future reference” — the weather was around 70 this past week, there was no snow. —Regarding the references to “upcoming” meetings == The Board of Trustees “finished” their four meetings about– the two on the new hotel, and on the lease of the depot to either LEAF or Creative District, and on the first review of Planet Bluegrass’s requested changes. In some cases, it was sent to the staff for further review and will be brought up at a future meeting. See separate articles in the Recorder for more details of EACH meeting. —And, Go to the state covid page for more recent covid numbers.
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Another week gone by..We had about 9 inches of snow, and it has been very cold..even at zero; .
Be sure your water is dripping, you have your heat up, your pipes don’t freeze, and leave the heat up after it gets warm as the heat pushes the cold down to the pipes.
Covid is still dangerous and very contagious. The new cases are down to 158 cases. 351 cases today, where it was 1035 last week. 351 people have died in Boulder County, with 11,718 deaths in Colorado, 57,808 In the hospitals, 3,922,873 are fully vaccinated but people are still getting it, but not so bad. Boulder County raised its mandate for inside, and the schools have lifted the mandate of masks on buses. Let’s hope it is not a mistake.
. We hear from folks that have had it, and they are still having many problems..-seeing. headaches, stability, etc..it is a scary disease and you should avoid it, if possible (However, they say people who have full vaccination are pretty safe; however you are encouraged to wear your mask if you woulod rather do so. getting it, maybe not so bad, but they are sick. Beware!
====SCHOOL NEWS=====See this week’s Lyons Recorder ARTICLE about the Schools
The next time off from is Spring Vacation in March..However.
The boys won their first Tournament game last week over Loveland Classical, ut lost to Heritage .
The girls were not in the tournament. Girls who played were:, Marley Chase, Skyler Joy, Sierra Lauren, Brooklyn Enny, Alondra Brill, Morian Furhmann, Raeana Ortiz, Gemma Powell, Genevieve Newell, Juliana Cross,, and Kirby Neal
We see the Lyons wrestlers where three of them went to State.
· The Elementary PTO meets on the third Thursday at the library;
· Youth 6-12 are invited to join the new Teen Advisory Group at the Lyons Community Library, which meets TWICE a month on Thursdays (in January they are now twice a month!)
The 2021-22 Yearbooks are on sale now. Call Annie Marie Stryaz 823 6631.
LIONS BOOSTER CLUB =BINGO= is held every Sunday 1-3 pm, at Bingo Alley in Longmont. Volunteers are needed, also players. It’s back to full room capacity. == Madison Jennings is Bingo President-303 579 9521; Come join us & help earn much needed funds to support LMSH students. It’s a lot of fun, too! Many positions still need to be filled. Please click on the link to sign up. Remember to click the “Save” button (at the top of the screen) after you click the “Signup” button. http://signup.com/go/HcNSxeh It raises funds to support a variety of extra curricular and academic activities.
The Art Show is till on at the Regional Library and the Town Hall. Stop by to see this interestng art work. It will be on display for two months; featuring Joseph Leewenburg and Ann Hall’s art at the Library, which will be up several weeks. Stop by…;
WINTER WONDERLAND with will be held on Sunday, March 13th, from 2-4pm, at Bohn Park. Eben Graace and band will perform. All welcome;
Give toward the Marshall Fire-1000 homes were burned out, and all their items..very sad. The Insurance isn’t covering the damage, due to the prices going up. Send money to Boulder County Fire Marshall, Box 641, Boulder, Co. 80502
BE AWARE: There will be mIning at the Hall Ranch with some blasting, as the Lyons Quarry Reclamation – be prepared;
SEE BELOW TID BITS for Birthdays, Anniversaries etc.
==== NEWS ====
NO DOGS ARE ALLOWED ON ANY SCHOOL GROUNDS..EVEN WITH LEASH. PLEASE..
HIGHWAY #7 -the repair of the lower South St. Vrain Canyon, which will be closed except during early morning and evenings for about a year (mid-September to Memorial Day)
Meals on Wheels are being delivered now..Call 710 310 8479 or MOW@leaflyons.org;
For a most worthy Donation give to the Lyons Community Foundation. The LCF donates to all area events-concert in the park; Christmas lights; etc. Winter Wonderland, the Museum, etc. etc. Thank you LCF.a very worthy cause; .
LYONS REGIONAL LIBRARY is now Open full time 303 823 5165 Lots of programs at the Regional Library: Teen advocacy; Stem & Adult programs, Community Conversations; Tech class 4 weeks; Art-Trading Cards; Book Club; Mental Health 2:30-4:30, two days a month.
The Lyons Volunteers are still in action, helping seniors and others. go to Lyonsvolunteers.org
Keep your eye out for VANDALISM IN THE PARKS – CALL 303 441 4444 -The sheriff’s dep
REMEMBER- NO PLASTIC BAGS IN RECYCLE BINS – Sort recyclable materials; curbside compost collection now offered; separate bin for clean cardboard.
The Stone Cup is For Sale. .Sam and Mindy Tallent have manned the Cup for 17 years, and are retiring to be with their grandson, and take it easy..
Call the Lyons Fire Department at anytime… to donate: https://www.lyonsfirefund.org/ — to get an evaluation of your home defense area, contact: email@example.com — Emergency Dispatch: 911 Boulder County Non-Emergency Line: 303-441-4444 Lyons Business phone:
LYONS CHAMBER. To join.-send $150.00 for businesses and $100.00 for non-profits, to the Chamber. Box 546. Lyons, Co.,The Chamber is offering a Health Care Program; go to firstname.lastname@example.org == Socials will be done quarterly now. They are looking for sponsors for meetings. Jami Kelly is the new Chamber Director..
==TOWN of LYONS –will choose whether to rent the Depot building to LEAF or the Creative District. Both need a place to operate from. The Town Board voted for a Creative District asking the town to furnish $18,000; Lauren Click and Jacquelyn Farrell are the officers of the Lyons Arts Commission; each entity would pay 1\3: Arts & Humanities, Town of Lyons, and Creative District. (watch the TownTrustee reports for more news)
FUN ACTIVITIES THE LYONS: Call: Lisa Ramsey. Go to: Lyons Recreation Department. Registration closes the day before the class or when filled, The next Winter Wonderland is Sunday, March13th, from 2-4 at Bohn Park. Plan to attend..
Z TRIP VOUCHER PROGRAM- To help those “in need” of transportation” == z-Trip vouchers are good any day of the week from 5 am to 7 pm. It is a year round program. Each ride must start or end in Lyons. Vouchers are good for travel to/from Boulder and Longmont but not between the two. Check with the Town for details= Lisa at 303 823 6622 x30 Register at email@example.com
Remember- We are to encourage residents to divert items from the trash, and will include scrap metal, block and hard flat Styrofoam.. Take to the recycling bins or call a Lyons volunteer..
DOG License: 1st Dog License -$30.00; 2nd Dog and additional dogs each $20.00. You must show proof of your dog’ current rabies vaccination. (Unless you arein the Dog park, you must Leash your Dog) = https://www.townoflyons.com/dog
TOWN ANNUAL REPORT: A new Annual Report is being prepared by Board member Greg Lowell..Pick one up at the Town Hall. The report is dedicated to the Lyons volunteers; where over 200 joined in the repair and cleanup of the 2013 flood, plus helping others daily. We thank you. watch for it.
2021 RESIDENT PARKING PASS. The annual parking pass is valid January 1 – Dec 31. The parking passes are available to residents of Lyons (Utility billing customers only); one free resident parking pass per household; a second pass may be obtained for $40, and three or more $55.00 each. Golf carts are considered vehicles and the one free parking pass may be used for a golf cart. === NON-Lyons residents may purchase a season parking pass for $80.00 per vehicle. === The parking fee for 2021 is $2 per hour on weekdays and off season weekends, and $3 per hour on peak season weekends. Parking fees must be paid at the kiosks located throughout the park with a receipt to placed on the windshield. Parking fees are enforced daily Sign up for your 2021 resident parking pass online www.townoflyons.com/parkingpass
COMMISSIONS: You are encouraged to serve on a Board or Commission, which meet once a month as advisory to the Town Board. There are several vacancies. Kathleen Spring keeps the list updated every quarter. =new= Tom Delker and CJ Sparks were appointed to Parks & Recreation Commission; and Sarah Lorang to Lyons Historic Preservation Commission.
GOOD OLD DAYS——————————————————
The LYONS GOOD OLD DAY has been revived by the Alumni and the Lyons Historical Society==It begins on Friday at 6:00 pm. on Friday, June 24th, at the Lyons Redstone Museum, where the Class of 1969 will dedicate a sandstone bench in honor of Mickey Hawkins, who was killed in Vietnam 50 years ago, the year he would have graduated,
On Saturday, June 25th, ==The History program will be held at the Lyons Redstone Museum at 1:00p.m. honoring the three Lyons High School classes for their 50th Reunion, 1970, 1971, 1972, and the Class of 1987-their 35th Reunion, and the classes of the ‘00’s; ’01’s, and ‘02’s, such as 1930, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 00, 10, 20, the ‘01’s, such as¸1931, 1941, 51, 6l, 7l, 8l, 9l, 0l. ll. L2. and ‘02’s, such as: `1932, 42, 52, 62, 72. 82, 92, 02, 12, 22, as well as other alumni, besides honoring Mr. Mrs. Good old Days, and the members of the 2022 High School Graduating Class, who are from pioneer families, (been in the Lyons area over 40 years). All alumni and friends are invited., followed by Alumni events of various classes at the WPA shelter, from 3-8pm, in Meadow Park (LaVern’s Park); A Band concert , is scheduled from 5-7:00pm; Write you friends and alumni and let them know!
More events are needed-car show, races, talent show, etc. call 303 823 5925 if you will sponsor an event.
Nominations are being taken for MR\MRS GOOD OLD DAYS who will be honored on Sat.,. June 25th. Nominations are being taken for someone hou think is worth of the honor..send suggestion to Lyions Hstorical Society, Box 9, Lyons, Co. 80540
See theMONTHLY SENIOR Article in Lyons Recorder. Very big and full of good information! A new one comes out the 1st week of each month.
The Senior Exercise Group is meeting Tuesdays and Thursdays, and will be inside the Walt Self Senior Center all winter. If weather permits, they will take a walk too. 10:30-11:30 a.m. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please go at your own pace! =.
Senior meals furnished by Boulder County Aging for $3.00 can be picked up at the Senior Center on Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Thursdays; at 12 p.m. Call 303 441 1415 the day ahead by 1pm. to order. (ages 65 and up) Rght now, the meals are served there or you can carry it out.
EVER YOUNG SENIOR FITNESS, with classes to Zoom and offering monthly membership pricing, with unlimited classes, drop-in classes also available; (702)787-5099 — Austin11Boone@gmail.com –Austin lived in Lyons for 30 years; a 3rd generation family)
DONATE LOCALLY –donations are important to keep us going. . You are asked to donate to your favorite charity, such as: to the Lyons Redstone Museum, BOX 9, LEAF Box 346, Lyons Community Foundation, Box 546, Lyons PTO, Lyons Middle\Sr PTO; Lyons Fire District, Lyons Garden Club, and more! Your gift to these non-profits makes Lyons a better place to live
—LEAF—NEED HELP-FOOD, MEDICAL CARE, LOOK FOR HOUSING, ETC. Check with LEAF; by appointment, or food bank on Wednesdays 3-5pm.
Send your funds to LEAF, Box 234, Lyons 80540; LEAF hands out groceries for over 45 families; helps with rent and doctor bills, clothing, and utilities. Drop off the following items on Wednesday mornings, 9:30am to 2pm.
Museum News & Sales—————————————————-
LYONS REDSTONE MUSEUM
Opens May weekends and daily June 1 thru Oct. 3rd; 9:30am-4:30 (M-S) and 12:30-4:30pm-Sun. Stop by.==
MEMORIALS: 11/21 At long last we are working on the Memorials that people have donated to the Lyons Redstone Museum in honor of loved one who passed away. First done in 1992, we now have over 70 more that have donated to such. A plaque is being prepared in their honor to be up when the Museum opens the 1st of June. If you want to donate in honor of a loved one, send $50.00 for 50 words (or more, if you wish) for their name, dates, what they did, siblings, children, etc; and who from. An interesting project and heart warming to see the name of your loved ones so honored. (Send to Box 9, Lyons, Co. 80540)
—–DONATIONS TO A MEMORIAL FOR FRANCISKA STEIN has been started at the Lyons Redstone Museum, to honor Franciska as operator of the Black Bear Inn-1968-1977. A memorial will be held in her honor this spring.
—–A pending brochure will bring you up-to-date thru next year-announcing Lyons 45th Lyons Good Old Day on Saturday, June 25, 2022-celebrating the three 50-year Class Reunions of 1970, 1971,1972, plus graduation classes of the ‘0’s, ’01’s, ’02’s; The Pioneer families of the Lyons, Mr\Mrs Good Old Day and the 2022 graduating seniors who are from Pioneer families (been in the area 40 years and more) and Mr. and Mrs. Good Old Days Mark your calendars; send an e-mail to your classmates and cohorts
—–We are happy the museum to announce the Museum will open on Saturday, May 7th & 8th; and May weekends, then daily thru Sunday, Oct. 2nd. Masks may be lifted by that time.. Thanks to the Museum team, Terri Weir, Monique Sawyer-Long; and part-time helpers Baiba Lennard, Brianna Hoyt, Emily Walker, Kathleen Spring, and Jerry Johnson.
LYONS HISTORIC DISTRICT. We have 15 sandstone buildings as a Historic District; the Lyons Redstone Museum (1881 schoolhouse) is the depository of Lyons area history (open daily, June 1st to October 3). REMEMBER THE HISTORY OF LYONS, COLORADO and be proud of our Home Town!
==Go to www.LyonsRedstoneMuseum.com for virtual tours
==Virtual tour of 2019 exhibit “40 Artifacts, 40 Years”
==Lyons Historic District On-line Tour to CLIO -A map attached will guide your drive-by tour with the History of the 15 sandstone buildings that are designated as a Historic District, now on-line.
==YOU WILL ENJOY going to the Lyons Cemetery on-line, telling about many of the oldtimers of Lyons..Very worth your while. https://virmuze.com/m/lyons-redstone-museum/x/stories-from-the-lyons-cemetery/
DONATE: We will appreciate your support for the museum. Send a check to Lyons Historical Society, P O Box 9, Lyons, CO 80540
THANKS TO THE JAMES AND AMY CUTTS VANGUARD FOUNDATION for their generous donation to the Museum for ongoing expenses, in honor of her grandmother FRANCISKA STEIN< WHO WITH HUSBAND George, operated the Black Bear Inn from 1968-1977. loads of customers eating there daily.
If you would like to donate to the Foundation, send to Lyons Redstone Museum, Box 9, Lyons, Colorado 80540. Much appreciated.
Dr. Amy Cutts is the granddaughter of Franciska and George Stein, and adopted sister of Dr. Karen Gregg, Lyons Band Director. (The Streins then sold to Hans and Annalis Wyppler, and operated a restaurant in Longmont; they lived in Germany (their hometown) where George passed away. She eventually came to live with James and Dr. Amy Cutts in Restone. Virginia. A “celebration of life” will be held this spring in Lyons, Co.
Available in the summer when museum is open, or by calling (303) 823-5925.
GREAT READING: == “History of the Lyons and area Sandstone Quarries,” with quarrying started in 1859 and still going strong. A great history. A great summary on Lyons Quarries..Thanks Al Pace and co-horts.
Books to read: “Peak to Peak” by Boulder Historian Sylvia Pettem about the Highway from Estes Park to Ward was formed,and built..Lots of good history, and read Mountain Memories by Lorna Kowlton-the History of the South St.Vrain-Raymond, Riverside, Allenspark, Wild Basin, and etc. written in 1989..Also Franciza Stein’s book “Chopin thru the Window”; telling of her life in Germany; meeting George; operating the Black Bear Inn, etc.; (A MUST TO READ!)
Books to read: “A Ladies Life in the Rocky Mountains” by Isabella Bird is a must for you to read. Found at the Museum, for $15.95; you will enjoy reading her letters to her sister in 1830, riding her horse Birdie over 600 miles, night and day, cold, snow, heat; up the canyons, hiking to Longs Peaks.
At the present I am reading the book on the History of Altona (a town in the 1880’s up Left Hand Canyon. Full of history. We have these books at the Museum..Call 303 823 5925 or someone is usually there on a Wednesday, Call 303 823 5217
Plus several books about the September, 2013 flood. Stop by!
USED BOOKS: the museum has 100’s of used books and magazines!
MUSEUM BOOKs: $10.00 books are: They Came by Covered Wagon-on the Billings Family; History of E.S. Lyons-(founder of Lyons, Co.) That Summer on Blue Mountain; Graduates of Lyons High School (1925-2020); 1903-1994-Interviews of 3rd Grade; Lyons\Hygiene Cemetery Book by Fran Brackett & Diane Benedict; 1977 Lyons Pictorial Book by Dorothy Paxton; History of Meadow Park; -3- stone quarries & families books:-$15.00 & $25.00. Also 3 DVD’s on “geology” and “history of Lyons”. === Add $4 postage or pick up at museum.
HISTORY BOOKS: The Museum has several books on Lyons history and surrounding towns you may be interested in..and call 303 823 5271.
The Gilpin County Historical Society sent us some cards from Alfred De Sautels and Cash Lumber.. There is one newspaper article (doesn’t say which newspaper) from 1945 in the business file talking about him and the business starting up. There is a one sentence mention of the business on page 113 of the Double Gateway to the Rockies book. It says that Kelly Stone Yard was located where the De Sautels lumber yard was. According to Alfred Pace in A History of the Lyons Sandstone Quarries page 87 Kelly leased the land, where the lumber company had been, from the railroad around 1953 or 54. (Please e-mail us anything you remember about DeSautel; (This was when Sandstone park was first a feed lot; then a lumber yard)-.
TOWN BOARD MEETINGS———————-
Town of Lyons Board of Trustees
AT THE WORKSHOP; The Lyons Town Board will decide who they will rent the Depot to: LEAF to use for their many functions or The creative District, as a Art & Culture place, that will be open regularly. Who to rent the Lyons Depot to, was a matter of discussion. The Lyons Creative District would pay $500.00 a month in salaries and apply for grants. ; and LEAF asked for it to enhance the Lyons Emergency Fund where they bring food to over 40 persons each week; help with housing, clothing, insurance, etc. etc..helping 1000 people a year. The Board will discuss the situation and give word in a few weeks.(editor’s note, some of the comments in this paragraph are incorrect– see Town web site Minutes for more information)
The Lyons PCDC held a long discussion on the new proposed hotel, at the Lyons town board meeting on Monday; It was a long meeting, but overall, the board thought it was worthy of the 79 rooms (have to have that many to pay the bills)(; and the economy it will bring to the town-100 jobs Sales and Use Tax; property tax, building fees, etc. etc. all good for Lyons economy. The board voted 7-0, and it will now go the Development stage. Parking seemed to be the main problem , which the Town Board will heavily discuss, as well as if the Town has the utilities for such a large business. .There seem to be residents who … however, they need that main room to make it affordable, and they are the ones vouching for it.
The board will meet again on the 600 camping spots at Planet Bluegrass; across the river from Planet Bluegrass with 5 houses coming out on Apple Valley Road. Stay tuned. \ .(editor’s note, some of the comments in this paragraph are incorrect– see Town web site Minutes for more information)
There will be NO Town Election this year; the Candidates who have applied will be automatically installed. on April 5thTOWN BOARD CANDIDATES for the Town election will be held on Tuesday April 5th , which are: Candidates are: Hollie Rogen-Mayor; Candidates: Tanya Daty, ; (Wendy Miller and Mike Karanvas are term-limited);
Lowell Greg, Kenyan Waugh, and Mark Browning chose not to run; (Some pending projects are: brought up that Lyons needs to update their fire code, and called to have a joint meeting with the fire department. Mike Karavas stated the town should look into undergrounding of lines. Greg Lowell stated the town needs to mitigate the South Ledge Ditch so it won’t flood the houses again. Mark Browning asked that they ask for a Trail between Lyons and the Hall Ranch Trail on the next ballot. They have gone over the specs of the Moss Rock Development (80 room hotel) which was sent to all agencies to review, The town received a grant from Dola-Cares for $42,000 for a credit card reader. Ditman stated that Callahan had paid the fine and they will be interviewing contractors. .(editor’s note, some of the comments in this paragraph are incorrect– see Town web site Minutes for more information)
The Lyons Parks & Recreation Commission met on Monday evening, with Yelena Hughes, President, presiding, and Claudia Kean as Secretary. Kean -Secretary; Mark Browning-town liaison; Julia Herz; Randy Pollard; Yelena Hughes Gil Sparks, and Tom Delbert, were named new members of the Commission. and the CBDB. Discussion was held on the walkways, the width of the trail, and sidewalks.
Work on Black Bear Hole, 2nd Ave Trailhead, and installation of water rescue stations;
Safe Routes to School is for Ped. Bridge is ready to go out to bid.;
Light-Out-Lyons Grant-applied to LCF with two events in 2022;
Pedestrian Safety Improvement Proposal
Long Term-Assessment Transition Plan (ADA Survey)
10 year amnesty program for residents with public sidewalk
Clearly sign and map pathways allowing golf carts and pathways prohibiting golf cart
2ND ave Ped Bridge update-to go to bid soon
LAST MEETNG: 1.- BUDGET ITEMS WERE PRIORITIZED: were: 1. St, Vrain Trail with a $2 million grant with $152,000 Matching funds; 2-Martin Acres; 3-Bike Park repair; 4-Bohn Park-Phase III with lights; 5-Street light screening, 6-small dog park;
Community Events-The grant has been received for Lyons Night out; All went well with the parade and Rave to the Grave; and the Christmas Parade and Fireworks will be held on Sat. Dec.4th after the parade.;
The Jump Doctors Bike Park is moving along
Boulder County Open Space meeting is agreeable for the Corona Hill Trail to the Hall Ranch Trail, as well as a Trail up to the L”; The Town has voted to annex the Martin Parcel ; The St.Vrain Greenway Trail to Longmont is slowly proceeding, with a grant approved.
Gil Sparks AND Tom Delker are new members on the Commission. .
The next Parks & Recreation Commission meeting will be on Monday Wednesday, March 14th, at 6pm.at 6:00pm.
Congratulations to the Rotobics Club who won Saturday, they will go to Dallas, Texas, in April. several Awards
Snow plowing? Call Jared McCain 303 621 4703;
Mary Magdalene is moving to Oregon; Holly Beck’s shop has her items for sale, including the Mural on the Arapahoe’s . .
BIRTHDAYS: Other Birthdays: Maxine Harkalis, Randy Pollard, Michelle Tvanni,, Mark Webber Ryan Bruckner-Age 17.
The Stone Cup is now open on Wednesdays 8am-1pm; The Prickly Pear is open on 4-11`pm , with brunch om ‘Sundays 10zm-3pm;
THE MARSHAL FIRE: We are in great sympathy with the fire victims of Superior and Louisville. Send funds to Marshall Fire-Boulder County, Box 641, Boulder, Co. 80302.
THE LYONS CHAMBER would like to hear from you, if you had trouble getting our permits and licenses to open. Call them, or send to: admin@lyons chamber.com,
Deep Sympathy to the families of those who passed away… ===DEATHS 2020=== Jone (Pat) Ohline; Dean Servold; Dean Brown, Darlene Morgan, Mike Sanford, Jerry Peila, Bessie Eliason, Dick Ralston, Imogene Roe, Charles Stacy, Chris Jacobson, Ruth Major, Louise Hall Leiding, Theresa Hall Garner, Leonard Peck, Henry Braly, Pat Kinson, Alice Thomas, Grace Bohn, Bud Stratton, Bob Horst, Bryan James Lee; ===2021=== Richard Roe; John Tucker; Emma Jeanne Brown, Wallace (Butch) Taylor, Don Schneidegger, Audra Kay (Mercer) Veik, Betty Taylor’s sister, Frannie, in New Jersey; Cherine J. Temple; Nick Lucero; Glen Kleppel; Josh Meckle, Ernest Simkins, Roy Albert Hervey, Pam (Pfeifer) Crook; Kelsey Hickok; Dorleen (Simkins) Johnson, Dennis Morgan. Becky Todd’s father, age 94, Vi Andrew, Mary Lou Waitz, Dennis Bachy, Robert
Roe, Rick Gomer, Terra (Bradshaw) Acord; Terri (Poe) Watson, Margaret McCain Billings; Chester Barnard; Amy Noyes; Russell Perdue. Willie Hartnagle; Marie Gordon Baker, Tina (Bradshaw) Acord,
Carol Olson, Retha Lavon (Sisk) Morris, Jeffrey SXchacht, Franciska, SteinRichard Stanley Stafford,Helen Kiessling, Bonny Pardy
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