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Memories & Milestones

YOUTHENTITY AWARDS GSMS TEACHERS: YouthEntity presents a cash award to Glenwood Springs Middle School’s 2014/2015 eighth-grade teacher team for the highest post-test scores in its “I am financial knowledge” program. The teachers will use the funds to purchase new software to accelerate the development of math skills in youth. From left are teachers Kendra Schipper, Ann Deyarmond, Justin Stevenson, Karrie Braswell, Amanda Gipson and Stacey Maule, and YouthEntity Executive Director Kirsten Petre McDaniel.
Paul Hilts/ Youth Entity |

Carbondale Clay Center receives grant

The Carbondale Clay Center has received a grant of $6,500 from Colorado Creative Industries (CCI), a division of the Colorado Office of Economic Development and International Trade.

This grant was awarded through CCI’s Colorado Creative Districts Program and will support operational aspects, including overhead and studio costs, such as clay and ceramic material purchases, kiln maintenance and teacher wages.

These funds are necessary so that the Carbondale Clay Center can continue to keep class costs low in order to stay accessible to community members.

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