Memories & Milestones
Genesis Daniela Baca is National American Miss state finalist
Genesis Daniela Baca, age 10, has been selected as a state finalist in the Miss Junior Pre-teen category of the National American Miss pageant taking place on June 6 and 7 at the Marriott Hotel in Denver. Genesis’ activities include dancing (ballet, tap, jazz, hip hop). She also enjoys swimming and biking, loves to play tennis and has a strong passion for animals. She would love to volunteer at animal shelters or veterinary clinics. Genesis’ sponsors include In and Out auto Technician, Taqueria el Nopal, Restaurant Tequilas, Subaru, Village Inn in Glenwood Springs; Suarez Masonry LLC, Lily’s Kitchen, Nachos Mexican Dining, Tortilleria Salazar, Carniceria San Jose, Carniceria Los Nogales, Exclusive Athletic Club, Image Boutique, Nails and Hair salon, Mercado San Jose from Rifle; El Tapatio restaurant, Lupita’s Fashion and La Mexicana Market from Grand Junction; Hacienda El Patron, New Castle Stone and Tile from New Castle; and friends and family.
Cub Scouts shine at Rain Gutter Regatta
Pack 221 is proud of all of its Cub Scouts, as they all came out and did their best in the Rain Gutter Regatta Race. Trophies were awarded to each age level. For the first-graders, The Tiger Cubs first place went to Wyatt Brandt, second to Wyatt Sullivan, and third to Fabian Quintero, with best design to Fabian Quintero. The second-grade Wolves had Mason Acha in first, Logan Grivy second, and Ben Peterson in third, with best design going to Josiah Diaz. The third-grade Bears had the overall Pack Champion, Drake Harcourt in first place, along with Fernando Quintero with the best Pack Design. Fernando also placed second, followed closely by A.J. Montes. The fourth-grade Webelos had Haiden Atkinson in first, Jeremy Suehring in second, followed by William Roark, with their best design going to Brandon Smith. Congratulations to all the boys that participated.
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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.