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Carbondale student to participate in important leadership summit

Zoey Steel, a student at Colorado Rocky Mountain School (CRMS), will travel to Harvard University to participate in a People to People Leadership Summit. Steel, along with fellow students from around the country, will take part in identifying and developing leadership skills, and creating community service action plans.

During the seven-day program in Massachusetts, Steel will have the opportunity to learn about effective leadership and how to develop her own leadership abilities, as well as how to apply those skills upon returning home. Hands-on activities such as community service, relevant professional speakers, small-group workshops, and visits to significant local venues can help Steel form a new perspective on the importance of good leadership.



Local students graduate from Fort Lewis College

The following local students graduated from Fort Lewis College on Saturday, April 27, 2013:



Michael Black, of Carbondale, received a magna cum laude Bachelor of Arts with a major in Art- Business Art Option.

Hannah Burleigh, of Carbondale, received a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Art – Art Option.

Emily Gentry, of Glenwood Springs, received a magna cum laude Bachelor of Arts with a major in Psychology.

Samuel Kaup, of Glenwood Springs, received a magna cum laude Bachelor of Science with a major in Biology – Environmental & Organismic Biology Option.

Lukas Lubchenco, of Glenwood Springs, received a magna cum laude Bachelor of Arts with a major in Sociology/Human Services – General Option.

Rebecca Roeber, of Carbondale, received a Bachelor of Arts with a major in Art – K-12 Teaching Option.


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