Get animal licenses, vaccinations at clinic Saturday morning
As a joint project between the City of Holyoke and Phillips County, an animal clinic is set for Saturday, June 27, from 9-11 a.m. at Holyoke Vet Service, located 1.5 miles east of the stoplight on Highway 6.
City ordinance requires all dogs harbored within the city be licensed. Dogs need to be vaccinated every other year with antirabies vaccine, and proof from a licensed veterinarian is necessary before the City dog license is issued. The owner of any dog found without a license tag after the clinic will be cited.
It’s also strongly encouraged that all dogs and cats within Phillips County be vaccinated.
For information on the animal clinic or for pet records, contact Holyoke Vet Service at 970-854-3800 prior to Saturday.
Reading program registration begins Monday at library
“Imagine Your Story” is the theme for this year’s summer reading program at Heginbotham Library. The children’s program is for kids up to age 11, and the teens’ program is for ages 12-18. Beginning Monday, June 29, kids can stop by the library at 539 S. Baxter Ave. in Holyoke to register and pick up a reading log and schedule.
Register for Modern Victory Garden Project
People who want to grow food and donate the extra locally are encouraged to register their garden with the Modern Victory Garden Project by Colorado State University Extension and Master Gardeners. Resources to help gardeners grow and give are available at https://cmg.extension.colostate.edu/grow-give/. As of June 22, 475 Colorado gardens were registered and over 864 pounds of produce had been donated.