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GSHS Class of 1974 40-year Reunion

Glenwood Springs High School’s Class of 1974 is hosting its 40-year reunion this summer in Glenwood Springs on July 24-27. If you know of graduates from 1974 please pass this information along to them so they may attend.

The “74” class is also inviting all former graduates to join in the reunion and festivities. There will be more details on the venues later.



For information, contact Vaughn Halford at vhalford@comcast.net or call 505-410-2030; http://www.gshs1974.com, where 1974 graduates can register and receive updated emails as they are sent out; https://www.facebook.com/groups/161944890671091/; and https://www.alumniclass.com/glenwoodsprings.



Pecha Kucha Night

Pecha Kucha Night will be held at the Carbondale Branch Library at 6 p.m. Monday, May 19. Local artists, historians and speakers will present on the theme “From the Earth” using the unique Pecha Kucha format in which 20 slides are shown for 20 seconds each. Refreshments will be provided. For more information, call 970-963-2889.

Wills, Trusts & Powers of Attorney – The Basics

The Wills, Trusts & Powers of Attorney – The Basics workshop will be held from 6:30-7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 21, at the Glenwood Springs Branch Library. Learn which type of estate plan is right for you. We’ll cover the difference between wills and trusts and how they can be used with powers of attorney to complete your estate plan. The small classroom size allows you to get your questions answered in a casual setting. Paul Smith, an estate planning attorney based in Glenwood Springs, is presenting the free workshop, which is cosponsored by the Glenwood Springs Branch Library and Brown and Brown P.C., a law firm with offices in Glenwood Springs. Space is limited and registration is required. To register, call 970-945-1241, visit http://www.brownandbrownpc.com, or call the library at 970-945-5958.


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