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25636
JAMESTOWN MERCANTILE CAFE
01-30-2015
01:22 PM MT(US)

SATURDAY

KARAOKE

7PM
25635
JAMESTOWN MERCANTILE CAFE
01-30-2015
01:21 PM MT(US)
Tonight, FRIDAY-

Anthony Ruptak is coming to play music. Friday is always a mellow time to relax, have some small plates of good food and listen to nice tunes.

Thanks for coming over.

5-8pm
25634
Volunteer Coordinator
01-30-2015
10:32 AM MT(US)
Just a correction to Lulu's message - the Rebuild Jamestown Fund is OPEN but no longer being handled by the Boulder Community Foundation. Donations can still be sent directly to the town.
Town of Jamestown
PO Box 298
Jamestown, CO 80455
Thank you!
25633
LuLu
01-30-2015
10:24 AM MT(US)
Hello Door to Door Organics Co-op Members and those considering joining the co-op:

I just wanted to update everyone on a slight change with our donations. It was brought to my attention that the Rebuild Jamestown Relief Fund was ceased in December. I am waiting on a final total, but D2D Co-op members contributed approximately $2,000 to Rebuild Jamestown!

The Jamestown and Bar-K Co-ops choose to continue, we can donate 10% of our total purchases directly to the Town of Jamestown. If you have any questions about the donations, please contact me directly at fresshlulu at gmail dot com.

To sign up and try the amazing Door to Door Organic delivery service, please check them out! https://colorado.doortodoororganics.com/
25632
JoeK
01-30-2015
08:42 AM MT(US)
Sorry frank, desktop is gone. Still have the effects processor
25631
Frank James
01-29-2015
10:53 PM MT(US)
@Joe K, if your desktop is still available, I would like it. drop it off at the merc with a note that says Frank James. Thank you, and if its taken, no worries
25630
CheyenneWillsPerson was signed in when posted
01-29-2015
09:22 PM MT(US)

As I was leaving the Merc this evening, a bunch of folks were looking up at the moon and the prominent Lunar halo, but that's not what they were oohing over. It was some secondary halos that were offset. I tried to grab a photo of them.

Looking at wikipedia, there is a 22 degree halo (which is one of the "normal" halo you typically see in winter). These halos are usually formed from ice crystals in the atmosphere, but I'm not sure what the offset halo is or how it's formed.
25629
Anne H.
01-29-2015
08:15 PM MT(US)
David - I have an unopened quart of REAL 1/2 and 1/2 if you're still in need. 303-444-0325
25628
David M
01-29-2015
07:06 PM MT(US)
We are in urgent need of 1/2 & 1/2. If anyone sees this on their way to the grocery store tonight, we will pay double if you deliver. We have a quart of "Fat Free 1/2 & 1/2" to trade but cannot attest to what that possible consists of. We are at 99 Main St. Thank you very much.
Edited 01-29-2015 07:07 PM
25627
Donna Rabbitt
01-29-2015
02:06 PM MT(US)
You are so cute AND compassionate too.
Love
Donna

Sent from my iPhone

> On Jan 29, 2015, at 1:33 PM, QT - Rebecca Lawrence <qtopic-19-ttG9iqmEC2K@quicktopic.com> wrote:
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25626
Rebecca Lawrence
01-29-2015
01:33 PM MT(US)
It’s finally here, the day we have all been waiting for…Tuesday, February 3rd, is Hawaiian Shirt Day!!! This long waited for event is to show solidarity for the community of Jamestown.

     …to acknowledge all the hard work & progress that has been made in the past 16 months
     …to clad yourself in bright colors in the midst of winter as a symbol of our optimism
     …to make it easy for us to pick each other out in a crowd

So spread the word among your neighbors & colleagues. Lighten up your day, amuse those around you, and show your support for Jamestown. Wear your Hawaiian Shirt on February 3rd and proudly let your freak flag fly!!!

PS: This is also to honor Jim Allen, an avid Hawaiian shirt aficionado. Jim is the Senior Project Manager and a Professional Engineer with AMECFW. He has been working with us in Jamestown since the very early days of flood recovery and will be leaving to pursue other professional opportunities. His last day in JT will be Thursday, February 5th. Please honor Jim's dedication to our community by donning your Hawaiian shirt on Tuesday, February 3rd.
25625
Paul Murin
01-29-2015
11:42 AM MT(US)
Speed cam at the bottom Lee Hill this AM...dial it down folks!
25624
Jamestown Mercantile Cafe
01-29-2015
10:30 AM MT(US)
Dinner Menu tonight-

Rich delicious PASTA BOLOGNESE with baby kale salad and garlic bread...GF and vegan options as always.
25623
skip
01-29-2015
10:19 AM MT(US)
blueish
25622
Sandy Greathouse
01-29-2015
09:29 AM MT(US)
Skip - what color?
25621
Mark Wisch
01-29-2015
08:16 AM MT(US)
And stop using 'White Out' on your computer mistakes.
25620
Hollis
01-29-2015
05:51 AM MT(US)
Crap! Sorry. My sticky note fell off my computer.
25619
Sandy Greathouse
01-28-2015
10:42 PM MT(US)
Hollis, you are on your own for that one buddy! Are you drunk posting again??
25618
Hollis
01-28-2015
09:54 PM MT(US)
I want a "Mountain Strong" tramp stamp.
25617
skip
01-28-2015
06:26 PM MT(US)
hey sandy,i'll take one .please
25616
Sandy Greathouse
01-28-2015
03:35 PM MT(US)
I have had a request to order more Mountain Strong Hats. Does anyone want a Mountain Strong Hat? Green or Blue? $20

Also if we get enough of an order for Mountain Strong tee shirts, hoodies, sweat shirts, or long sleeve tees I will place another order for those. There are still quite a few Large, X-L and XXLs available at the Town Hall. Please send me an e-mail if you would like to order hats or shirts.

sandy.greathouse@jimtown.org
25615
Katie Farmer
01-28-2015
03:02 PM MT(US)
Need help with your taxes and/or bookkeeping this year? I am a certified public accountant with over 5 years of experience. I recently moved back to Jamestown and am looking to make some extra money doing work for locals. I will be charging less than you can find pretty much anywhere else! Please give me a call at 303.443.1756 if you need my help.
25614
Sal DeVincenzoPerson was signed in when posted
01-28-2015
10:17 AM MT(US)

Nancy Farmer....please give me a call 303-907-0499 after noon...Sal
25613
Nina
01-28-2015
09:22 AM MT(US)
Hi out there,
I've been invited to speak at the Regional meeting for the Mennonite Disaster Services group in two weeks to talk about how the flood affected our community, our recovery and of course, MDS' role in it. I would love to share words of gratitude from our community members on what their volunteer help has meant to all of us. If you would like to include a 'thank you', please email me by next Friday, Feb. 6th. I will either read them during my presentation or print them out for viewing.
nina.andaloro AT jamestownco.org
Thank you!
Nina
25612
RobertH
01-28-2015
08:40 AM MT(US)
I have a small re-upholstery job with 5 removable chair seats on wooden frames.
I'd also like the chairs cleaned and refinished, and if anyone does
both services, I'd hire it out. I don't know how to do the re-upholster,
so if someone only does that, I'd go for it. rhastings2004@gmail.com
25611
JAMESTOWN MERCANTILE CAFE
01-27-2015
09:15 PM MT(US)
If you click on the poster, it gets bigger!

Come to The Merc Thursday for some exceptional touring singer songwriters and their bands.

Description follows:

The Jamestown Mercantile and Sandalwood Cooperative present an evening with four outstanding musicians and songwriters. The concert will consist of two sets by Justin, Ky and their band, beginning at 8:00 and running roughly until 10:00. Justin and Ky's sets will both be accompanied by one another, and a backing band comprised of Melanie Williams and Gabrielle Sadler.

Justin Thompson is a songwriter and performer from Albuquerque, New Mexico with an affinity for traditional folk music and the acoustic guitar. His persona and lyrics are as poetic as they are rough around the edges, and both lend themselves to honest and energetic performances. With an instinctive knack for melody and prose, Justin's songs are as singable as they are poignant. For this special concert, Justin will be celebrating the launch of his Kickstarter campaign to fund the release of his debut solo record, Hymns for a Manchild, which has been carefully crafted over the last year at Empty House Studios in Albuquerque.

Ky Burt is a multi-instrumentalist, singer, and songwriter currently based in northern Arizona. He's spent nearly a decade working as a watershed scientist and environmental educator traveling and playing music in Appalachia, the Rocky Mountains, and the Desert Southwest. Now he is building his musical voyage around these experiences, providing a show that features multi-instrumental work (guitar, banjo, harmonica), crafty songwriting, and sonic rhythms reminiscent of the attics, cellars, and porchsteps of American music. Ky has recently released his first EP, When We Might Float Away, which is available for download on Bandcamp.

Melanie Williams plays bass and percussion for Justin and Ky’s show. Her radiant soprano harmonies and supportive bass lines surround their melodies. We have come to call this phenomenon the "Mel Train". She is one of the more well-rounded musicians Justin and Ky have had the liberty of sharing the stage with.

Gabrielle Louise will support them playing guitar, mandolin, keyboard and percussion. Gabrielle has an alluring stage presence, stylized harmonies, and inventive instrumentation that have become an integral part of Justin and Ky’s live act. She brings an undeniable consonance when it comes to duets. Though she is a powerhouse act on her own, Gabrielle blends with Justin’s and Ky’s style to create a distinctive sound.
25610
JAMESTOWN MERCANTILE CAFE
01-27-2015
09:12 PM MT(US)

THURSDAY!
25609
Jamestown Elementary
01-26-2015
06:24 PM MT(US)
Thanks to everyone who helped make the 2015 Jamestown School Chili Cook-off an overwhelming success!

As of tonight we raised $2457.00 with another 195.00 in IOU's soon to be collected for a GRAND total of $2652.00

We had 29 donated pots of chili and 71 donated auction items.

The 2015 Cook-off Winners are:

1st Place: Aaron Rutledge
2nd Place: Lynda Bell
3rd Place: Erika Archer
People's Choice: Jerry Rease

In typical Jamestown style, all of our winners graciously returned the prize money back to the school!

Ya gotta love, love, love this town and we do!
Edited 01-26-2015 09:03 PM
25608
Anoymous Coward
01-26-2015
04:25 PM MT(US)

This says it all ...
25607
JAMESTOWN MERCANTILE CAFE
01-26-2015
04:06 PM MT(US)
It's Open Jovan tonight- Come sing a tune, and watch your neighbors serenade you…

Thursday we have Ky Burt and Justin Thompson

Friday eve we've got Anthony Ruptak and Justin Thompson

Saturday- Don't miss- Merc's annual good time event- KARAOKE!!
25606
Jordyn
01-26-2015
03:32 PM MT(US)
Guess who has a driver's license!!!! Feel Free to call or email me for any babysitting needs! jordynrafealamonnin@gmail.com or 720-352-6216
25605
Jan Reed
01-26-2015
09:09 AM MT(US)
I found an IPad charger in the Post Office parking lot yesterday afternoon at 4:30. 3 oh 3 44nine 976one.
25604
Lyle Pipher
01-26-2015
08:50 AM MT(US)
Hello,

I'll be in town later this week doing at-home chiropractic adjustments again.

lylepipher@gmail.com
512-497-8683

Cheers,
Lyle Pipher D.C.
25603
SteveE
01-25-2015
07:44 PM MT(US)

More Chili Cook-off photos: https://www.facebook.com/media/set/?set=a....type=1&l=6b6abc6421
25602
Anne Breiler
01-25-2015
07:07 PM MT(US)
Jerry, your t-shirt is at my house!!,
25601
Thelma Lou
01-25-2015
05:45 PM MT(US)
Oh my goodness that is a sobering reflection Robert H, all this time I just thought I was peeing my pants? But I still believe in love, wet pants or not.
25600
Leesa Bolden
01-25-2015
02:55 PM MT(US)
My hours are:
Jamestown: Mon, Wed, Fri 9am - Noon
           Tues, Thur, Sat 10am to 7pm
           Sun Noon to 5pm (community day ~ walk ins welcome)
Boulder: (Foothills and Valmont)
         Mon, Wed, Fri 2pm to 9pm
25599
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25598
Matt and Julie
01-25-2015
02:15 PM MT(US)
Beth~
The house is filled with wonderful smells and my eyes are watering from all the heat!...Yes, Matt's makin' chili! :)
25597
Steve hull
01-25-2015
11:39 AM MT(US)
That's a sobering reflection,Robert H
V
25596
Mark Wisch
01-25-2015
08:22 AM MT(US)
Leeesa, What are your hours Mon - Fri?
25595
TShaferPerson was signed in when posted
01-25-2015
07:59 AM MT(US)
I am planning on bringing chili.
25594
RobertH
01-25-2015
07:41 AM MT(US)
Sunday Meditation:

You know that tingly feeling you get when you have a crush on somebody?
That's common sense leaving your body.
Edited 01-25-2015 07:47 AM
25593
SteveE
01-25-2015
07:12 AM MT(US)
Sunday Reflection; https://sundayreflectionjt.wordpress.com/2...eshoes-in-the-park/
25592
Leesa BoldenPerson was signed in when posted
01-25-2015
02:05 AM MT(US)
Yes Eric that was Mary Hubbard that was named employee of the year at Eco Products. Eco products recognizes they have a gem.
Edited 01-25-2015 02:06 AM
25591
Leesa BoldenPerson was signed in when posted
01-25-2015
01:59 AM MT(US)
Hey there,

Sunday is community acupuncture day from noon to 5pm.
Sliding scale $20-$50 or pay what you can into the box.

Be well,
Leesa 303-443-2211
25590
Lawrence Hittle
01-25-2015
12:06 AM MT(US)
I think Lynne Grieve is bringing in some chili.
25589
Ranger (Ric)
01-24-2015
09:43 PM MT(US)
Can anyone confirm if Mary Hubbard was named employee of the Year at Eco Products? Mary?
25588
Jamestown Elementary
01-24-2015
09:30 PM MT(US)

It's Chili Cook-off Time.
 
Please join us at the Town Hall tomorrow, Sunday, January 25th from 5:00-7:00 pm.

If you are making chili, please bring it to the Town Hall between 4:15 and 4:30, so that the judges can do their thing and the rest of us can start eating at 5:00!
There will be a silent auction and a beer and wine bar offered for donations!

$8 for all you can eat chili, $4 FOR KIDS, and $20 will feed the whole family
Thanks!!
25587
Beth Brotherton
01-24-2015
09:23 PM MT(US)
Yes, Post here. I always get nervous the day before, thinking that we won't have enough chili.
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