Latest News – May 10

And the Snow Just Keeps On Coming!

Think green when you see white, is one of the hopeful mantras that Leadville residents are saying to get through a pretty wet spring. Residents woke up to several inches of snow on Tuesday morning. Sound like the system will hang around through the day and things should clear toward the end of the week.

Think green when you see white, is one of the hopeful mantras that Lake County residents are saying to get through a pretty wet spring. Leadvillites woke up to several inches of snow on Tuesday morning. Sound like the system will hang around through the day and things should clear toward the end of the week.

Spac_50It’s Time for a Road Trip – You In?

This time of year – mud season, the shoulder season, the in-between season – folks seem to want to get out of town. The weather is very fickle, and well, sometimes you just need a change of scenery!

And older residents are no different!

Get Outta Town! Join other seniors this Thursday, May 12 to discuss upcoming road trips! Photo: Leadville Today.

Get Outta Town! Join seniors this Thursday, May 12 to discuss upcoming road trips! Photo: Leadville Today.

So, this Thursday, May 12 at 7 p.m. at the Senior Center there will be a meeting to discuss a possible bus trip for Lake County senior citizens.  This trip would be through Diamond Tours.  The meeting will allow input as to where and when the group would like to travel. Also, the Leadville/Lake County Senior Citizen Center will discuss other day trips folks would like to have.  One of the upcoming trips will be to the historic Molly Brown House in Denver on May 26. Please call the center at 719-486-1774 to sign up for this trip.

Then, on Sunday afternoon, May 15 at 2 p.m. an entertainer and guitarist, Joe Ellis, will put on a musical program at the senior center.  Joe’s music is in the style of Michael Martin Murphy.  Should be a great afternoon of music. The concert is FREE.  Light refreshments will be served.

The Leadville/Lake County Senior Center is located at 421 W. 6th Street. The board meets the second Monday of the month at the center at 10 a.m. The meetings are open and the Public is welcome.

 

 

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