|Holyoke Happenings' second year keeps everyone busy|
|Written by Tracy Trumper, family and consumer CSU Extension agent|
|Wednesday, 14 August 2013 10:42|
Holyoke Happenings SUMR FUN 4U guides were distributed to students at school and around to local businesses in Holyoke again this year in mid-May. The “one-stop” spot provided a place for people to go if they wanted to know what was “happening” in town over the summer.
Kids in the summer course on rocketry are pictured from left, Ashley Rahe, Cooper Goldenstein, Isaiah Rahe, Remington Hielscher, Dylan Hielscher, Aidyn Shafer, Tristen Ferguson and Jair Jimenez.
Listings in the Holyoke Happenings guide included baseball and softball schedules, vacation Bible school schedules for all local churches, athletic camp schedules for the junior high and high school, summer reading program at the library and special event schedules like Dandelion Daze, Phillips County Fair and Haxtun Corn Festival.
In addition, it included pool hours and swim lesson schedules. Since the pool is closed on Mondays, the Peerless Center Movie Theater put on free movies for kids starting at 2 p.m.
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Holyoke Enterprise August 15, 2013