Memories & Milestones
Werkings celebrate 50th
Stormie (Lake) and Scott Werking will celebrate their 50th wedding anniversary on June 16, 2013.
They were married in Glenwood Springs during Strawberry Days, and made their home in Glenwood.
After six years of marriage they adopted their daughter Loey (Werking) Wells from Korea. Shortly after, they adopted their son, Miles Werking, and then had their biological son, Lake Werking. Loey, husband Andy and daughter Dylan live in Portland, Ore. Miles, wife Jolie and son Finnegan live in San Diego. Lake and wife Claudia live in Glenwood Springs.
With the exception of 10 years spent in Columbia Falls, Mont., Scott and Stormie have lived in Glenwood their entire married life.
They enjoy exploring, whether it’s in the mountains around Glenwood, visiting their grandkids or far-flung places such as Vietnam, Europe and New Zealand.
Congratulations to Roaring Rapids
From Nicole Centeno:
We would like to congratulate the New Castle U10 boys soccer team, Roaring Rapids, for their recent achievements. After an unforgettable season, this team went to compete in the GMIT Border Battle Tournament, which brought teams from Colorado and bordering states. After amazing teamwork and persistence, the Roaring Rapids won first place in their division.
The following weekend, this same team competed in the Glenwood Invitational Tournament. Throughout a series of knock-out games, the Roaring Rapids once again took first place in their division. They have proven to be the No. 1 ranked team on the Western Slope.
We are excited to recognize: Dominic Centeno, Jack Price, Samuel Fulk, Josh Hernandez, Griffin Cunningham, Cody Connor, Colton Connor, Karsen DuBois, Shayne Sandblom, Donnavan Menu, Harrison Chabin, Libby Tharp, Moises Contrears and Coaches Nicole Centeno and Lee Price.
The team would also like to thank the following sponsors for their very generous donations that made the tournaments possible for them: New Castle Rec, Rosi’s Little Bavarian, Innermountain Distributing Co., Moonlight Concrete, Little Treasures Childcare, Lil’ Tikes Early Learning Center and Pepsi, along with all of the wonderful parents and grandparents for our team.
Go Roaring Rapids, our community supports you.
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