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Memories & Milestones

Blue Streakers compete in Grand Junction: The Blue Streakers participated in the State Track and Field Special Olympics competition at Stocker Field in Grand Junction on May 31 and June 1. Attending were, from left, first row: Joe Herrera, Shanyn Smith, Tracy Garrison Herrera, Jimmy Herrera, Jenny Elmore, Wendy Wagner, Toby Larson and Bo Jangles; second row: Michael Marincic, Mark McCluer, Arnie Carlson, Terri Hisel Anders, Jeremy Pfauth, David Sidanycz, Patrick Redd, Brian Wilson, Betsy Burtscher, Molly Murry and Mari Brennan-Combs (volunteer); and third row: Coach Amy Treese, AD Joel Bone, Gary Rousch, Tyler Hergert, Ceclie Lontine, Suzy Simmons, Chris Guay, Paul Nehring, Gary Anders, Cheryl Aldredge, John Adams and Coach Keith LaBarre.
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Annual Senior Award Ceremony honors senior volunteers

The 26th annual Senior Awards ceremony, which was held in conjunction with Older Americans Month, took place on May 21 at the Summit County Community and Senior Center in Frisco. Each year this event recognizes the outstanding leadership and contributions in our region by seniors and friends of seniors. The seniors selected to receive these awards are those who volunteer their time and talent to make the communities in which they live a better place. They are nominated and selected by members of their community. The Garfield County Senior of the Year is Sharon Pennington, and the Friend of Seniors Award winners are Garfield County Commissioner John Martin and John and Micky Neal.

Nick Garay and Taylor Jackson welcome Ariel Lucille Garay

Nick Garay and Taylor Jackson of Glenwood Springs are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Ariel Lucille Garay, at 11:03 a.m. on May 19, 2014. She weighed 6 pounds, 15 ounces, and was 18.5 inches long at birth.

Grandparents are Hector and Alicia Garay of Silt, and Rhonda and Paul Ryan Ruiz of Houston. Aunts and uncles are Stephanie Garay of Silt, Riley Ruiz of Houston, Fernando Garay of Baja, Calif. and Skylar Jackson of Houston.

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