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Magic in the Glass

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By Tiffany J. Holcomb The Newbys were well into their careers when they started C-C Catering and Cakes, LLC. Lane had spent half a lifetime farming and even plowing roads for the City of Longmont; Tamie spent twenty plus years working as a deli and bakery manager. Lane’s family has been rooted in the community for generations, in part because of the family farm known locally as “Newby Farms.” Like Lane, Tamie has lived and

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By Robin Barrett Do you remember the style of the 50’s, pinup girls, hot rods, and a whole lot of fun and individuality? Well right in Mead, Colorado, there is a company called Juicy Lucy. Juicy Lucy is an internet based business focusing on jewelry and accessories with the theme all about rockabilly; inspired by kustom kulture, Psychobilly, tattoo, pinup girls, and hot rod culture. Fun, colorful and unique and guaranteed to be conversation starters. The style of Rockabilly music and dress continues to be reinvented, but is always heavily steeped in 1940s and 50s style. Today's rockabillies are often tattooed, could have bright or dark color hair with tight curls and bangs and fifty’s style makeup. As dress plays such a huge part in rockabilly culture, so does vintage. Juicy Lucy owners admit there’s no limit to what inspires them and they love following their inspiration wherever it may lead them. Rockabilly is one of the earliest styles of rock and roll music, dating to early 1950s in the United States. It is a "blend of country & western and rhythm & blues" and paved the way to classic rock 'n' roll. It has also been defined as popular music combining

By Robin Barrett The practice of blowing glass has been around since antiquity. First Century B.C. Syrians are most widely credited with the serendipitous discovery that glass could be blown from the end of a hollow tube into different shapes or molds. This was a landmark event in the history of glass manufacturing [source: Encyclopedia Britannica]. Impressively, glassblowing techniques have evolved little since then. While new technologies have introduced more modern equipment, the fundamentals of glassblowing remain the same. Glass can be made out of combinations of many potential ingredients, which create varying levels of traits like transparency, strength, and conductivity. While this is an ancient form of art, is practiced, today, in the town of Mead by Megan Herron. Megan Herron grew up in

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openings on committees such as Open Space and it would be a great opportunity for you to participate in the future of Mead. zz You may not Colorado’s Professional notice it, but in our quiet town we have a real entrepreneurial spirit and dynamic. At last ALL TYPES OF BOOT & SHOE REPAIRS count we had issued 212 business licenses that are contributing to Mead’s economic development and Clint & Rett Kuyper 970-310-6873 employment opportunities. Mead had two businesses 361 Hunter’s Ridge Dr., Mead, CO that were recognized by the state as growing “businesses to watch”. To show our appreciation the resoles • re-heeling • water proofing • zipper repair • cleaning • refinishing • dyeing • handbags • belts • orthopedics town hosted a Business Appreciation Picnic where we served hamburgers and hot dogs and thanked these Send birthday wish & high entrepreneurs for being in Mead. zz As I am sure we all know town hall is under resolution photo to the CRofM. renovation. Yes it looks like we dropped a bomb into the Make sure file name is the name middle of it but take my word, it will be great and a real asset of the person with the birthday. to the town and satisfy our need for at least the next fifteen We’ll print it free of charge. years when it is finished. Construction does take time, and Submit to carbonvalley@gmail. as we have witnessed recently, weather can delay activities but the builder is telling us it will be completely finished com and put “Mead Birthday” in in 10-12 months. Roads and drainage infrastructure are the subject line, as close to the critical to a growing town. Most people and businesses 15th of each month as possible. do not want to exist on dirt roads and those in decaying It’s that simple & it’s FREE! condition. To that end, the town staff, public works and our engineer are working on the development of a capital road improvement plan that will fit into a conservative budget that does not raise taxes but is something we can all be proud of and prevent flooding at the same time. zz With the long term closing of highway 119 we have witnessed a large volume of traffic travelling our streets to find an easier way to and from home. I urge you to be cautious as these folks are intent on getting to and from work and may not be watchful of our children that might be chasing a ball or riding their bikes. zz As always, you are invited to our semi-monthly trustee board meeting to give us your input on ways to improve Mead or any concerns you may have. If you can’t make the meetings please don’t hesitate to talks with one of your trustees or give me a call, email or leave a message at town hall and I will get back to you. A big thanks to all the first responders for their efforts during the flooding situations as well as the National Guard. Not to be forgotten, and to Happy 6th Birthday to our Happy 4th Birthday to our be kept in our prayers, are our armed forces protecting our awesome grandson Braiden!!! wonderful grandson Isaiah freedom as they are stationed through out the world and Poppie and Nana Love you! Poppie and Nana Love you. here at home. Semper Fi !

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Mead Mayor Report zz As I finally get to my computer I think the rain has stopped outside, at least for now. The historic flooding in neighboring communities has been unprecedented. Fortunately for our town we have been blessed and spared from that disaster and I can report that less than a handful of houses took on some water in the basement. What I am really impressed and proud of is how our residents, businesses, town staff and organizations voluntarily stepped up to help those unfortunate individuals and assist the American Red Cross in bringing comfort to the folks seeking shelter at the Mead High School. Keeping the drainage ditches clear so the water could flow fell on the backs of the Mead Public Works Department and they did a superb job seven days a week to assure that our community did not flood. zz Unfortunately the weather forced us to cancel Mead Community Day but it has been rescheduled to October 5 and we are hoping for favorable conditions. I hope that you enjoyed going to the Mead Sugar Beet Festival. The Mead Rotary Club does a yeoman job in putting this on for the agricultural heritage of the area. By the way, the members of the Rotary, along with the El Ranchero restaurant, Mead Pizza Plus and the Red Rooster, provided many warm meals to the evacuees. While we are on dates, don’t forget that on October 1819 we will have Mead Clean Up Days, with snow dates being the following weekend. And, before you know it, you will receive a mail ballot from Weld County that will also contain an important issue to our Town. I urge you to give it serious consideration and become knowledgeable as to why your Trustees put it on the ballot. zz Volunteerism I believe is part of the culture of our town which makes it the premier place on the front range to work, play, live and raise a family. I want to welcome Wendy Meehan-Gauger as a new member of our Downtown Revitalization Committee. We still have some


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The Seniors have the following monthly field trips and activities, scheduled by Maggie Cornell, the Senior Coordinator for the Town of Mead. The Seniors exercise class meets on Monday's and Wednesday's from 9:00a.m. to 9:45a.m. at the Town Hall. Senior Lunch is held weekly at noon on Thursday at Town Hall. Please call Maggie Cornell at 970-5354502 by Tuesday to reserve a lunch for Thursday. The recommended senior donation for lunch is $3.00 per person. The Senior Book Club continues to meet on the third Tuesday of the month. Contact Maggie Cornell at 970-535-4502 for information regarding the current selection. For more info call Maggie Cornell at 970-535-4502

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Notional Prescription Drug Take Back Day is Sat, Oct 26. Weld County Sheriff’s Dept will be at the old Mead Town Hall Site, 441 3rd Street between 10 a and 2 pm. The National Prescription Drug Take-Back Day aims to provide a safe, convenient, and responsible means of disposing of prescription drugs, while also educating the general public about the potential for abuse of medications.

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October Business-AfterHours Events

K2 Communications LLC. (Gary & Lisa Shields), Mead Talk of the Town (Melissa Seipelt), Colorado East Bank & Trust and Wendy Dauger (the new owner of the Red Barn Property) will be hosting a B.A.H. event on October 11th at Town Hall Park. This Business After Hours Event will require members to R.S.V.P in order to receive tickets to enter the event, as well as tickets for alcoholic beverages. To R.S.V.P. email Tiffany Holcomb at The Chamber is currently looking for a business or businesses to sponsor future B.A.H events. In the future the Chamber hopes to promote and organize a B.A.H. event every other month. For businesses that are home based we do have options available. If you are interested in sponsoring a future B.A.H. events please contact us.

Sports Poster Update

The Mead High School Sports Season Poster has been printed and is being distributed by the M.A.C.C at this time. All of the ad spaces for the fall poster were sold, creating $2,100 in revenue. After printing costs the Chamber will be presenting the Mead High School athletic department with a donation of $893.29. This donation assists the athletic department in providing scholarships to athletes at Mead High School. Additionally, a unique opportunity has been presented to the Chamber which has the potential to create an innovative new M.H.S. Sports schedule for future seasons. Once the logistics have been worked out more information will be provided.

Board Meetings

The monthly Board meetings will now be hosted at Ranchero's on the 1st Wednesday of each month at 5:30 p.m.

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Great news! You can now follow the Mead Area Chamber of Commerce on Twitter, Facebook and LinkedIn. Stay connected with news and events taking place in the Town of Mead and with the Mead Area Chamber of Commerce.

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Each month the M.A.C.C. will showcase a different member benefit on the M.A.C.C. website and in the Chamber Chatter newsletter in the hopes of providing more information on the benefits to members. For this month the benefit that is being spotlighted is the Shop Local Deals Program. The Shop Local Deal Program provides members with the ability to promote specials or deals for their organizations. All members are welcome to include promotions or specials at anytime. Please contact Tiffany YenchusHolcomb with the details and dates available no later than the 21st of each month, to be include for the upcoming month. Around the 1st week of the month the M.A.C.C. will update the website with the deals for the upcoming month and will send out the Chamber Chatter to the local community. In addition the Chamber Chatter will be shared on the M.A.C.C. Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn pages. This page that is devoted to local deals. Shop local deals are specials that Mead Area Chamber of Commerce business members are promoting. To learn more about M.A.C.C. shop local deals or to list a deal, please contact us.

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The M.A.C.C. is pleased to announce that the following organizations have recently joined the Chamber: • Edward Jones Investments-Rebecca Glover • Encana Oil & Gas (U.S.A) Inc. • Windstar Kennels, Pet Resort & Grooming Salon

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Mead and many of you know her mother who has worked at the Mead Post Office for 15 years. The Mead Community Day event was the first place the public could buy Megan’s beautiful art, however, Megan now has a store where customers can come in and browse. People of all ages seem to find an appreciation for this type of glass art. Women who require hypoallergenic jewelry love the glass charms made right here in Mead. Men can custom order a shot glass in the colors of their favorite team. Glass motorcycle sculptures appeal to both genders, as well. Megan’s business “Magic in the Glass” is your best source for hand blown glass. The glass shop was started with the intention of bringing colorful one of a kind glass gifts and art to the community. At “Magic In The Glass”, you’ll be able to experience the unique look and feel of many different combinations of glass. There is a lot of color that is used which makes Megan’s pieces very exclusive. To make an item even more unique and personal, you can custom order. Customers can order gifts for soon-to-be brides, grandchildren, or consider a sculpture or memorial for the loss of a loved one or even a pet. Consider placing your pet’s ashes into glass as a memorial. Megan is designing ornaments for the holiday now. Airplanes, trucks, and tractors as well as other Christmas ornaments can be found at “Magic In The Glass.” To find out more about the holiday specials, visit the store often. Prior to the opening of “Magic In The Glass,” Megan worked for three years selling her beautiful art pieces to other gift shops and internet customers. Megan loves that each day and with each project brings something new and exciting. “Nothing beats seeing the look on a customer’s face when they see something they love for the first time,” Meagan says. “I love knowing a piece of art is going to a good home.” This unique shop is a great blessing to the town and to the surrounding communities. Because of the internet, people from around the state and even country can enjoy Megan’s artistry. While her hand blown glass is available globally, we all are fortunate enough to visit “Magic In The Glass” located at 323 Main Street in Mead, Colorado 80542. She is CLOSED on Sunday & Monday and opens the rest of the week with varying hours: Tuesday 9:305:30, Wednesday 9:30-7:00, Thursday 9:30-7:00, Friday 9:30-5:30 and Saturdays from 9:30-noon. If you wish to call “Magic In The Glass” the phone number is (720)314-6985. If you like shopping on the internet or looking for something you would like to purchase prior to visiting “Magic in the Glass” you can find Megan’s art at If you would like to contact “Magic In The Glass” by email the address is: Megan will receive your email personally as she works independently in the shop. I hope this article will inspire all the Mead and outer lying communities to stop by and say hi to Megan as well as take a good look at this ancient art form.




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neat the cart eating and sharing stories. The business has become an important element for the Newby’s, however family always comes first. Their combined family includes oldest daughter Andrea (and her three sons), son Matthew and youngest daughter Brooke, each of whom assists with the family business in various capacities. Lane, Tamie and C-C Catering and Cakes LLC., are committed to the local community and the Town of Mead. C-C Catering and Cakes has been a member of the Mead Area Chamber of Commerce for several years; Tamie currently serves as a board member of the Chamber as well as Vice-President, also she has recently joined the Mead Rotary. Tamie has been instrumental to the local community by assisting in the organization of the 1st Annual Mead Summer Festival, facilitating and implementing the Mead High School Sports Season Poster Program, organizing food drives and numerous other event, often donating prizes and gift certificates in addition to volunteering. During the recent flooding disaster that has impacted so many individuals and families along the Front Range, C-C Catering and Cakes, LLC., along with other volunteers from the Mead Rotary served meals at the Mead High School Evacuation Center to those displaced by the flooding. However, Lane and Tamie took things a step farther by offering those in need a place to shower or a home cooked meal. Lane and Tamie have a true love for this community and it shows in their business. To learn more about C-C Catering and Cakes, LLC. and their custom menus, contact Lane and Tamie Newby at 970-371-7195 or email


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in the 1940s and '50s) that contributed strongly to the style's development. Other important influences on rockabilly include western swing, boogie woogie, and rhythm and blues and we cannot forget the hot rods. While there are notable exceptions, its origins lie primarily in the Southern United States. One of the first written uses of the term "rockabilly" was in a June 23, 1956, Billboard review of Ruckus Tyler's, "Rock Town Rock". Three weeks earlier, "rockabilly" was used in a press release describing Gene Vincent’s "Be-Bop-A-Lula". You can find Juicy Lucy products a t JuicyLucys. You can email juicylucy@yahoo. com. Their head office is housed in Mead, CO 80542 but business is via the internet. Go check out to their website and all the cool things they have. Best part about this company; they are MADE IN AMERICA!!!!!


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