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January 2015 Student of the Month
Delta High School senior, Chastin Ellington, is the Town of Orchard City's January 2015 Student of the Month.  Chastin currently maintains a 3.6 GPA and touts multiple advanced placement courses including statistics, literature and physics.  Her plan is to attend Colorado State University in Fort Collins where she will major in psychology with a minor in child development with the 'hopes of becoming a child or school psychologist'.  After attaining her goal with a master's degree she would like to work toward her PhD in psychology.  Chastin now works as the lead lifeguard at BHRC in Delta, where she is also a water safety swimming instructor.  She serves as her senior class president, is on the student council, National Honor Society, has been on the honor roll since she was a freshman, student leader for the youth group 'Fireproof', and news editor for Delta Ink (DHS newspaper).  Besides swimming, Chastin plays varsity softball having received the softball letterman's award.  She is very active in her community serving as a reading buddy for Garnet Elementary, Lincoln Elementary Student Council mentor, helping as a food server for the Abraham Connection, organized & chaired clothes & food drives, a baby sitter for Hilltop parenting class, Halloween High at Delta High School (sponsored by National Honor Society) and worked as stage hand/ticket scanner for NightVision.  Congratulations, Chastin!  You are certain to be a success in all your endeavors!


The Town of Orchard City Ordinance 2013-01 Prohibiting Retail Marijuana  was adopted at the July 10, 2013 regular meeting of the Board of Trustees, Town Hall, Austin.

Regarding the issue of aerial mosquito control, The Town of Orchard City is currently standing on Resolution 2012-03.

The 2014 Consumer Confidence Report on the Town of Orchard City's drinking water quality is now available for review.  If you have any questions or concerns, Randy Haynes, our water quality control operator can be contacted at 970-835-3337 or .

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