Road work may be complete
The last CalTrans information I received indicated that the High Point road work might take another week or two, but I believe it is done. When I went to town Monday, it looked complete, and there were no workers or equipment present. We can just hope it is done so life can get back to whatever passes for normal.
Fishing Derby winners
For what I believe is the first time, two kids were the big winners. 8-year-old Cameron Holcomb won the overall main tournament with a 6-pound, 4-ounce trout. The junior division was won by 10-year-old Kelcie Harnar with a 2-pound 6-ounce, 18-inch trout. Needless to say, she was really excited to be the first female to win either the main or junior division. Congratulations to both of the kids for their special wins.
Flu shots next month
There will be a flu shot clinic 1 to 3 p.m. Sept. 16 at the Walker Senior Center, The shots will cost $10 for adults and $2 for children 6 months to 18 years. This is a wonderful opportunity for all of us to be able to have the shot this close to home.
This and that
The Walker Country Store & Deli will be having their very tasty tri-tip subs specials every Friday. The response to them has been great, and they are delicious. The cost for them is $5.99 for a 6-inch sub loaded with tri-tip and your choice of trimmings.
The VFW Post 3630 is still having their pancake breakfast 8 to 11 a.m. every fourth Saturday at the park building in Topaz Ranch Estates. It sure sounds a lot better to me than having to cook breakfast.
The Walker Senior Center’s next Bingo games will be Aug. 23, after lunch. Since their meals are so tasty, you should call Sandi at (530) 495-2323 and register to enjoy lunch with everyone before the fun games begin.
Lynne Katusich can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or (530) 495-2552.