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Dannette, from Juicy Acres in Palisade, will have plenty of peaches for sale at the New Castle Community Market from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday in Burning Mountain Park. This is the last of the peach sales.
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Kraemer-Cunningham engagement

Jeff and Charlotte Cunningham are proud to announce the engagement of their son, Hunter Cunningham, to Ligita Kraemer, daughter of Laima Skuja and Richard Kraemer.

Hunter is a Glenwood Springs native and a 2005 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School.

Ligita grew up in Fort Collins and graduated from Rocky Mountain High School in 2005. She graduated from University of Northern Colorado and afterwards earned her MBA degree from CU Denver. She is now a project consultant for University of Colorado Health in performance excellence.

Hunter graduated from Colorado State University and is now a territory sales representative for Grainger. They met through a mutual friend and reside in Fort Collins. A wedding is planned for June 2015.

Get your peaches at New Castle market

The New Castle Community Market will be held from 4:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, Aug. 28, in Burning Mountain Park. Get your peaches now, as this is the last week Juicy Acres will be selling them. All our terrific vendors will be on hand, so make sure to visit the variety of booths. Local musician Tomice Jones will be entertaining in the gazebo. He is well known for his variety and mastery of guitar, both acoustic and electric. The Rifle Animal Shelter will be back, so stop by and see which of their featured dogs and cats are up for adoption. They are accepting donations, and we all know what great work they do for our community. The weekly drawing is $1, and all proceeds go back into the market. If you have ever wanted to have a booth at the market, stop by and talk with Noreen about next year. She can be reached at 970-984-3420.


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