Even though summer has not officially begun, we see it all around us in terms of very warm days. The air during some of days this last week have been almost at a standstill allowing the heat to build. It appears we will have some cooler temperatures this weekend, albeit only minimal. Even with summer approaching fast and expectation of moisture arriving in terms of monsoons, it is still weeks away for any significant return of those storms. We were fooled last weekend with such a storm passing just north of Heber-Overgaard.
Capps School and the administrative offices is having the roof reconstructed with metal roofing. Having this done after the school year and before our summer rains is queued in a very timely manner. Many other projects are in progress at the same site including some outside plumbing mains. As well the addition is still progressing with internal structure work occurring there.
The Rim Community Library has a young readers program occurring now called “Make a Splash Read!”. The programs are as follows; “Outrageous Oceania” on June 16 at 10 a.m., TBA on June 23 at 10 a.m., “Double Play” on June 30 at 10 a.m., and “The Final” on July 7 at 10 a.m. Enter your reading time on the “Make a Splash Read!” log. Fifteen minutes per circle for children under 7, One hour for those 8 years or older. When four circles are completed come to the library for prizes. We have new books to be given to the children on July 7 that participate in the summer reading program.
Summer yoga classes are back on Mondays and Wednesdays between 9:15 a.m and 10:15 a.m The cost is $3 plus a room donation. Bring a yoga mat, strap or tie, towel and clothes you can move in. All levels are welcome.