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Good morning Custer County and our friends on the web – I'm TC Smythe and
this is your Wet Mountain Wake Up Call for today, Tuesday, November 24th,
2020.

 The National Weather Service forecast for today is overcast with an 80% chance of
snow accumulating to 2 to 3 inches. Highs in the low 30s and north winds to 10
mph. Overnight mostly clear. Lows 11 to 17.
 As of press time, the information posted by the Custer County Public Health agency
on Friday has not changed from 51 cases, but the data for Custer County on the
State Agency's page has. Their lab has confirmed 57 cases for us so far this year.
Fingers crossed that we can maintain our perfect score of zero deaths.
 Those of you looking forward to the Board of Health meeting don't have to wait until
Thursday – Contrary to the info from yesterday, the Board is actually meeting
TODAY at 10:00am. If you'd like to listen or make public comment, the dial-in and
computer access codes can be had from our facebook page as well as the KLZR
website.
(To participate in the Custer County Board of Health Meeting: )
Via ZOOM
https://zoom.us/j/7141233732?pwd=N2llUEI0TUFiWmFyMHlyOThJckFaQT09
Meeting ID: 714 123 3732 Passcode: Custer783
To dial in via telephone:
Meeting ID: 714 123 3732 Passcode: 758517878

 Items on the agenda include an update on our COVID situation from Dr. Brown; a
search for a volunteer to serve as the Board's secretary; consideration of a
Volunteer Resource Advisory committee to the Board and its Director; and
consideration of a Public Information Officer to serve both the Health Agency and
the Office of Emergency Management.

 With regard to yesterday's announcement of the 2020 Spirit Campaign, we want to
clarify that you do not, in fact, have to print out a paper coupon to donate. If you
prefer to give online, you can specify the charities you want to help at wmvcf.org .
This year, your contribution can be matched up to $2,020.00!
 A sheriff's deputy received a report of a missing Martin guitar from the 700 block of
County Road 120. The report did not mention if the instrument was a pre-war model
or a laminate top knock-off, but if you see a Martin for sale on a street corner, do
yourself a favor and ask the Sheriff's department help you determine if it's the one
reported stolen!

 The Jones Theater is casting for a live radio production of John Arden’s "The
Business of Good Government: A Christmas Play". The rehearsals will adhere to
COVID safety protocols. Some of the parts still available are: The Three Wise Men;
The Three Shepherds; Mary; Joseph; The Angel Gabriel; King Herod’s Secretary;
The Midwife; and A Farm Girl; There will be a first reading over zoom, at 10:00am
on Friday, November 27th. For a copy of the script and a meeting invite, contact
Elliot Jackson at 783-3004.
 This week on KLZRs flagship interview program, Valley Views, host Gary Taylor
visits with Joanie Liebman of High Country Recycling and Penny Logue of
Tenacious Unicorn Ranch on the new recycling plans to start December 1st at the
landfill. Tune in today and Thursday at 7:00am and 6:00pm and again on Saturday
at 10:00am.
That's been all for your Wet Mountain Wake up Call – If you know of a special
event that should be part of our program, please email it wakeup@klzr.org. We
air it every weekday at 7, 8, & 9am. Today's script can be viewed right now on
our website and facebook page.