Community News

Hello Waverly Folks! Please contact us if you need some errands run for you during our "staying home" situation. We have some responsible volunteers that can help with that. Thank you and stay well!! (Use the Contact tab)
Karen Crumbaker sends this link (copy and paste into your browser):  https://cpw.state.co.us/aboutus/Pages/News-Release-Details.aspx?NewsID=7308 to help get information out about rabies found in two skunks and one mountain lion in Larimer County. Information on how to recognize, contact numbers,and protecting yourself and your pets. Rabies is not unusual in Larimer County, but worth a reminder.
SMALL ACREAGE MANAGEMENT NEWSLETTER from Karen Crumbaker, CSU Extension, is attached under the "View" tab. Enjoy!
News from Karen Crumbaker: Two classes will be taught by Alison O'Connor, horticulture agent, CSU Extension in Larimer County, and are open to the public. They are focused for the homeowner who has ash trees and would like more information about management options. See attached flyer ("View" tab) for more information. Classes are free but registration is required for the class at Northern Water.
Maddie Gudenkauf is a young adult local author, whose debut novel, "How to Survive a Ghost Story," is a comedic account of a colorful cast of characters, including some eccentric small Kansas town locals that surface in protagonist Lucy Vitalis' investigations with her Dad into the undead and other paranormal events. Her website is https://maddiegudenkauf.com . Another local author, Margaret Mizushima has penned many mystery novels in the Timber Creek K-9 book series: "Tracking Game...