Memories & Milestones
Kiwanis and Key Club volunteer at WindWalkers
On Saturday, April 27, Glenwood Springs Kiwanis and High School Key Club members worked at WindWalkers on Missouri Heights to complete several projects. They finished the ceiling in the bathroom Kiwanis installed in 2012, repaired fencing in the large outdoor riding ring, reset posts in the corner of an outdoor pasture, sanded and sealed mounting ramps for clients using equine therapy, repainted lawn chairs, and built and installed a frame for the new WindWalkers sign out front on the road.
For more information on volunteering in the community contact Karl Oelke, President of Kiwanis (email@example.com).
Students at Riverside Middle School graduate from “Jr. Police Academy”
A group of 18 students from Riverside Middle School in New Castle participated in the Jr. Police Academy class offered by ACCESS Roaring Fork as part of the SecondShift after school program. Chief Sadler along with Officer Mayfield, of the New Castle Police Department volunteered their time and effort to expose the students to the varied aspects of law enforcement work. In addition, creating positive relationships with youth.
The students learned about different topics during the 10-week session, including history of the police department, forensic techniques, casting methods, physical training, and more.
At the conclusion of the class the students received a diploma of participation, a Jr. Police Academy T-shirt and a flashlight. Chief Sadler remarked how he enjoyed being a participant in the after school program, and the opportunity to share his knowledge with the students.
ACCESS Roaring Fork is a nonprofit that offers various after school programs in Garfield county middle and elementary schools. For more information please visit http://www.accessrf.org.
Enzers welcome Violet
Joe and April Enzer of Carbondale are proud to announce the birth of their daughter Violet Elaine Enzer on Feb. 11, 2013, at Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs
April’s brother is Memphis Enzer, and her grandparents are Steve and Dixie Richards of Hotchkiss, Norbert Enzer of Ann Arbor, Mich., and Constance Hope of Aurora.
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