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LHS Athletes Signing Day
On Wednesday, April 13, LHS Atheletes sign their letter of intents. (left to right) Sarah
Stevelinck will be playing volleyball for California State University in East Bay, Hayward
California. Stevelinck will be studying kinesiology. Austen Clark will be playing baseball for
Augustana College in Rock Island, Illinois. He will be pursuing computer science degree. Gabe
Paznokas wil be playing football for Western State College in Gunnison, Colorado. He will be
studying business. Field Soosloff will be part of the Cross Country and Track for Montana State
Northern in Havre, Montana. He will be pursuing a auto technology degree.
Photo courtesy of Lori Herman
Out with the Old; In with the New
The new Town of Lyons Board of Trustees
LAHC Spring Art Show Opening Reception
Area would-be comedians told jokes at the open mic event Saturday night, April 7, at Town Hall.
Lyons Arts and Humanities Commission’s Spring Art Show Opening Reception & Community Tapas
Potluck brought out a crowd. The Spring Show hangs through Friday, July 13. The Summer Art
Show date has been changed to July 21.
Photo by Kathleen Spring
2017-2018 LHS Track & Field Team. Click to read story.
Is it actually possible to have too many books in your house? Yes! Would you like to help the Lyons Regional Library by making an in-kind donation?
The Friends of the Lyons Regional Library has a great offer for you. Let us take your unwanted books off your hands. Just as Public Radio asks its listeners to donate their old, unused vehicles to benefit Public Radio, the Friends are asking for your books (old or otherwise), The Lyons community-wide yard sale will be held Saturday,
The Lyons youth baseball team for 13 to 14 year olds is looking for at least four additional players so they can form a second team. (They have too many players for one team, and slightly too few to form two teams.) Also, one head coach is needed for the second team, as well as volunteer coaching help for all age levels teams.
No experience is required, just a desire to help kids with basic baseball instruction/skills. If interested in volunteering or having your child play, please sign up with Longmont Baseball League at www.longmontbaseball.org, or call (720) 684-6286.
It's time to start planning for next month’s annual Lyons community garage sale and the spring cleanup, coordinated by the Sustainable Futures Commission (SFC). The events will be held on consecutive Saturday mornings: the Lyons community garage sale will be held on Saturday, May 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Lyons annual spring cleanup day will take place Saturday, May 19, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The purpose of the community wide garage sale is to promote reuse of resources and materials. Hosting or participating in a garage sale is one way to extend the life of useable materials and save (or make) some money in the process.
Mission #1, should you choose to accept it: Roust yourself from blissful sleep and a warm bed before the sun rises on a chilly Saturday morning to ride a school bus (though you will be with one of the kindest, coolest school bus drivers on planet Earth, thank you, Mr. Grove) to a facility with fifteen other local track teams, all but three having at least five times your school enrollment (and ranging up to nearly ten times larger in the case of Fairview and Boulder) with many of those schools