Memories & Milestones
Carson Wilde and Anastasia Gore were united in marriage on Sept. 14, 2013, at the Governor’s Ballroom of the historic Florence Building in Missoula, Mont. The Rev. Jared Coe, youth pastor of Mountain View Church of Glenwood Springs, performed the ceremony.
The couple reside in Missoula. Anastasia is completing studies in music and Russian education at Montana University. Carson is the CEO of The Brothers Wilde Designs LLC featuring customized outdoor gear as well as a designer for Everest Designs.
Carson is a 2010 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and the son of Michael and Debbie Wilde of Glenwood Springs. Anastasia is the daughter of Bill and Liz Gore of Burlington, N.C., and Bill and Elena Sutley of Eureka, Mont.
Jack is back
The huge snowman that has both tourists and locals stopping for photos is back. Located at the base of Four Mile, on the way up to Sunlight Mountain Resort, stands a happy, Colorado-flag-waving, 11-foot snowman. He isn’t as big as he has been in the past, but this is due to the lack of “packable” snow and the mini terrain park built right behind him featuring a drop-in, jump, rail slide and quarter pipe. For game day and Super Bowl, he was decked out in blue and orange and held a big Go Broncos sign. That day we counted at least 50 people who stopped by to take a picture. There were even several handicapped people who were assisted across the street to pose with Jack. This inspired us to pack down the base around him to make it easier for people to access him safely. Jack is sad about the recent Super Bowl loss, but is super excited about the Olympics. Stop by and see what he will be wearing, and take a picture.
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Grab your racket, and lace your shoes: Tennis event this weekend at Glenwood Springs Community Center
A “tennis mixer” is slated to take place Friday and Saturday at the Glenwood Springs Community Center tennis courts.