Memories & Milestones |

Memories & Milestones

From left, starting at the bottom: Nicole Nardecchia, Maureen Nuckols, Gaby Bello, Tasha Thompson, Coach Nancy Reinisch, Katie Soden, Kristi Nicholls, Sharma Phillips, Amy Spradlin, Coach Judy Haynes, Deborah Gonzales, Tianna White, Cheryl Aispuro, Jessie Johnson, Amy Mathiowetz, Nancy Zeigel, Heidi Halladay, Katie Layman, Carol McCurry, Carla Westerman, Margot Fishman, Tari Williams, Johnnie Echer, Jacque McMillan, Mary DeWall, Janelle Forbes, Janet Earley, CJ Gredig, Cindy Palmer, Michelle Spidell, Andrea Coe, Kendra Rhodes, Jill Wilson, Gloria Farmer, Tammy Sommerfeld, Tamra Allen, Lucy Laffoon, Susan Cottle, Lori Boardman, Jeannette Chiappinelli, Annette Chiappe, Natasha Ellwood, Deborah Brown, Jill Cantway, Chandra Allen, Kim Jenrich, Karin White, Liane Anderson, Brenda Golden-Cameron, Liz Shugart, Theresa Rumery and Kathy Small. Missing from photo are Mary Kalmes and Brenda Kroh.
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Scholl-Vavra wedding

Robbie and Cindy Scholl announce the marriage of their daughter, Keevyn Roxanna, to Alexander Vavra. They were married on July 4, 2015, in St. Louis at Saint Francis Xavier College Church. They will be moving to Kansas City where Keevyn will begin her career at Aerotek and Alexander will be attending graduate school at Kansas City University of Medicines and Biosciences.

Sunnyside maintenance man wins state award

At a recent USDA conference, Sunnyside Retirement Center’s maintenance man, Dean Crabb, was awarded Maintenance Manager of the Year. There are more than 130 facilities within the state that compete each year for these special awards. Sunnyside is an independent senior retirement complex consisting of 47 apartments.

Roaring Fork Women’s Tri Team rocks it in Denver

Participate in The Longevity Project

The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.

Fifty-four members of the 2015 Roaring Fork Women’s Triathlon Team competed at the Tri for the Cure Triathlon on Aug. 2. The 750m swim, 20K bike and 5K run were held in and around Cherry Creek State Park. The team represented the Western Slope well with 100 percent completion rate. Seven members finished in the top three of their age groups: Sharma Phillips, first, 35-39; Tamra Allen, third, 35-39; Jeannette Chiappinelli, second, 40-44; Carla Westerman, third, 50-54; Coach Nancy Reinisch, second, 60-64; Margo Fishman, third, 65-69; Maureen Nuckols 3rd 70-74; Karin White, first, 75-79. The women, aged 21-74, reside from Rifle to Basalt. The roster includes 11 cancer survivors. The team is supported by seven assistant coaches, community business sponsors, and family volunteers. This is the 16th year the RFWTT has traveled to Denver to race and to raise funds for Bright Pink Cancer Research for young cancer survivors.

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