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Valley View Hospital Auxiliary Pie Day

Pie Day begins at 9 a.m. Friday, June 20, at the First United Methodist Church at 824 Cooper Ave. in Glenwood Springs, and continues until the pies are gone. Slices of pie with a cup of coffee will be served and whole pies will be sold beginning at 10 a.m. Come join the fun, and support the Valley View Hospital Auxiliary.

All funds raised by the Auxiliary are contributed to the Auxiliary Scholarship Program for those pursuing a career in the health sciences.

Shining Mountains Refuge meeting

Please come and support this grassroots project in the Roaring Fork Valley. The mission is to create a facility for adults, families and adolescents without homes. The next meeting will be at 6 p.m. Monday, June 30, at the Glenwood Springs Library Conference room. All are welcome.

Fall Arts Festival registration forms available

The Glenwood Springs Art Guild will be hosting its annual Fall Arts Festival in September. Registration forms have been mailed, but should one wish to register, additional forms may be obtained at Gallery 809, Chamber of Commerce or the Artist’s Mercantile. Out of town registrants may call Sheila at (970) 319-8053 to receive a form via regular mail. Registration deadline is Aug. 15.

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/s.

Carbondale Mountain Fair seeks volunteers

The 43rd annual Carbondale Mountain Fair needs your help. More than 300 volunteers come together every year to make Mountain Fair one of the most popular and unique fairs in Colorado. Mountain Fair needs help with everything from selling T-shirts to Peace Patrolling the fairgrounds. Not to mention you get to hear great live music by headliner bands such as the Appleseed Collective, Dirty Bourbon River Show and Lunar Fire, view more than 125 handmade arts & crafts booths, eat delicious food, and mingle with Carbondale’s finest and most festive community members. Mountain Fair Volunteers who give more than hours of their time are also eligible to receive a Mountain Fair T-shirt and enter a raffle to win their very own New Belgium Cruiser Bike. Sign up to volunteer at http://www.carbondalearts.com.


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