Memories & Milestones
Downton Abbey Afternoon Tea Party
A fabulous afternoon tea hosted by Kearstin Cameron and Annie Stephens (aka Lady Kearstin and Lady Annie) was held at Riverside Abbey (aka Downton Abbey) on Aug. 7. All the guests arrived in period costume and were served various teas and an assortment of finger foods, quiches, scones and other English favorites. A jolly good time was had by all.
Jeff and Charlotte Cunningham of Glenwood Springs announce the engagement of their daughter, Elizabeth Sarah Cunningham, to Daniel Joseph Galka, son of Jeff and Pattie Galka of Chicago.
Sarah is a 2002 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School, with a Bachelors of Science in Human Development and Family Studies from CSU and a Masters of Social Work from DU Denver. She is currently a lieutenant in the United States Navy stationed at the Navy Air Station, in Lemoore, California.
Dan is a 2003 graduate of Auburn High School in Syracuse, New York. He earned his Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry from SUNY Geneseo in 2007 and graduated medical school in 2011 from SUNY Stoneybrook. He is a LCDR Select in the United States Navy finishing his residency in pediatric medicine at Naval Medical Center Balboa in San Diego.
An October wedding is planned and a honeymoon at a later date.
Kiwanis builds for WindWalkers
Bill Livingston stands at the door of the newly completed therapy room that the Glenwood Springs Kiwanis Club built for WindWalkers. Kiwanians spent more than 115 hours of labor in addition and donated much of the material, including solid red oak flooring and solid wood doors. At $15 per hour that’s the equivalent of more then $1,700 donated labor. In addition to Bill Livingston the following Kiwanians contributed their skills and labor: Bob Pattillo (design), Bob Littler (instigator), Larry Robinson, Joe O’Donnell, John Bone, Bill Coleman, Bill Slattery, Dan LeVAn, Gary Lantz, Coy Bretthorst and John Stephens.
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