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Put an alarm on your phone for a reminder! No matter where you are in Beulah (or anywhere) send good thoughts to your neighbors! Beulah's church bells are participating. Step outside and make some noise: Bells, pots and pans, whistles, car horns, drums, yodelin', whoopin' or hollerin'!
LFor a number of yars, the new little church of Beulah flourished in the valley, a symbol of hope and faith to all inhabitants. However, to the cowboys who rode the range around the mountain chapel, one note was missing. These men, thinking of happy Sabbath mornings in a score of towns and villates "back home":, longed for the sound of a church bell in this lovely mountain retreat.
With chracteristic energy, this fine group of people set to work to satisfy this need. Mr. John Jacob Sease is said to have been the moving spirit in this enterprise, which was heartily supported by all.
Mr. Gus Krenzke was made chairman of the committee to purchase the bell, and the following is a list of the donors: Gus Krenzke, L. A. Mansfield, William Goodpasture, John Burns, Sr., Gus Curtis, Ephriam Curtis, Charles Donely, William K. Murray, JOhn Jacob Seasn and JOhn Joseph Sease. The remainder of the list is composed of wellknown 3-R Ranch: Lee Harness, Frank Steel, Sherman Cox, Bob Lovern, Billy Sheffield, James Bennett, William M. Murray, Rufus Wiggins, William Kearney and Nat Kearney.
The bell was cast at the McShane Foundry in Baltimore, MD at the cost of $125.
For many years the Beulah church bell was used as a means of spreading general alarm for fires, floods or other disasters.
We gratefully acknowledge our debt to those "boys" of long ago who contributed such a fine touch of culture and joy to the community.: [Excert from Beulahland book, 1950}
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COVID-19 Resources and Hacks, Beulah Community Cupboard, Janet and John Switzer, Best Flowers for Bees, 2020 Melodrama Writer
Water Districts Receive Grant, Responder of the Year: Ben Lehrer, Prescribed Burn, Beulah Cub Scouts, In Memoriam
Beulah Valley Arts Council 2020,
Rebuilding Dotson Cabin, Community Activity Calendar, Water Meeting & Terminology, Methodist Church Welcomes Linda Stetter
Highlights: Beulah Yule Log, Beulah Red Ale, Pickelball Q & A, Author Karen Hudgins, 4-H News, BFPAD Cadets
Beulah's Christmas Star Alight Once More, Grandview Pageant, Jeff Outhier, Historic Home, Sound Panels in the Comm. Center
by Roy Roper
Tea and History, Water Board Meeting, Sign Restoration, Angie Bleichrodt Geehan, In Memoriam and Sound Panels
Beulah Marble Deposit: Recent Discoveries Revise the Old Narrative by Ken Balleweg
Practical Skills in Beulah School, Tips for Garden, Give and Take of Freecycle, Squash Casserole Recipe, Mountain Park Ride of the Summer
Beulah Community Cupboard Update, Ropers to Celebrate 50th, Sustainable Beulah, Canine Heroics, Local 4-H State Fair Results
Arts & Crafts Show Line-up, Meet Beulah's Postmaster, Recycle Your Reads, Dotson Cabin Update, HomeBASE Update, Citizen of the Year Award
Local Model T Shines at Rosemount Show, Plastic Straws Suck, Cut Grass to Minimize Fire Danger, Life Hacks and Wellness, Local 4-H Clubs Gear up for Pueblo County Fair
Hudson Ranch, LLC, Beulah Fire and EMS Cadets, Sophia Fletcher is Born, In Memoriam Ruthe Roper Eden, Joanne Tague, Michael C. Stockton, Billie Jo Hiatt
Power Pole Distraction, Lose Your Lawn, Beulah HS 2019 Graduates, Water Project Update, See Photos of Beulah Quilters Here, and more...
Including... Beulah School News, Natural Easter Egg Dying, In Memoriam, Quick Guide to Enjoying a Creek, Songbird Cellars Small Batch Wines...
Including Etiquette, Beulah Food Pantry, In Memoriam, Pueblo Mountain Park Guide, Finding Beulah and more...
Including... Water Districts Consider Combining, Living, Loving and Leaving for Tikopia, Author Carol Fortino, Chocolate Mayonnaise Cake recipe, and more
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