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Post IndependentGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

At 7 p.m. on March 11, U.S. Senate candidate Andrew Romanoff will be rallying supporters from across the state by holding a statewide conference call linking houses parties in big cities and small towns. Andrew will be discussing the upcoming statewide precinct caucuses, his plan to fix a broken system in Washington, and how supporters can help in the days leading up to the caucuses on March 16.In Glenwood Springs, the house party will be at the home of Mike Sawyer, 1224 Colorado Ave. A calendar listing is requested, and you are invited to cover the event itself. Press and public are asked to contact Sawyer at or 970 274-0877.

Please join The Silver Bead in The King Mall in downtown Glenwood Springs on selected Friday afternoons for a free beginner bead class (starter kit not included, but is available for purchase for $5)A 20 percent discount on all beads and supplies will be given on the day of the class only.Advanced bead classes in knot tying, wire working, seed bead stitches and so much more are also offered Go to for class schedules, times and prices, call us at 945-5663 or even better, come in and see us in person at 720 Grand Avenue, inside The King Mall.

To help Jeanette with her 10 year fight against Breast Cancer “Jumpin Jive for Jeanette” will be held at Beau Jo’s at Buffalo Valley Sports Bar Sunday, March 28 from 2 to 8 p.m. $20 donation at the door.Appetizers donated by: The Bayou, The Diner, Rivers Restaurant, Fin’s Grille and MORE. Drink specials courtesy of Beau Jo’s. Door prize: one-year pass to the Hot Springs Pool; Live Music by: Altitude Control, The Whittingtons, 3 Legged Dog, Jimmy Ibbotson, The Rock Dogs, Jimmy Dykann, John Zajicek, Steve Skinner’s Stimulus Package, Billy Jensen and Chris Harrison, Bobby Mason & Friends with Haden Gregg, The Dags, Harleywood, and Big Daddy Lee & the Kingbees.Silent Auction and a live auction hosted by Twirp Anderson.Donations may also be made to any Alpine Bank under the benefit name “Jumpin Jive for Jeanette”.

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