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Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

The first Roaring Fork Caf Sci will be Wednesday, April 7, at 6:30 p.m. at the Malibu Restaurant in El Jebel. The speaker will be John Katzenberger, co-founder and executive director of the Aspen Global Change Institute, who will lead a discuss titled “Tinkering with Earth: the Power and Peril of Geoengineering.”

Reservations for the Garfield County Humanitarian Services Award Dinner are due Wednesday, April 7. Please call The Family Visitor Programs at 945-1234, ext. 17, today. The price of the dinner is $20; no credit cards, please.The 2009 Humanitarian Dinner will be held at 6 p.m. Monday, April 12, at The Hotel Colorado. Each nominee will be individually honored.Nominees are Allie Rippy and McKenna Casey, Youth category; Jim Coombs, Lori Mueller, Sara Harter and Kaaren Peck, Staff category; Melissa English, Ann Lewis, Mari Brennan-Combs, Tim Riley and Jon Lindenberg, Volunteer category; Paul and Bobbie Light, and Walter and Marjorie Perrine, Senior Couple category; and Jan Kaufman, Alice Jones, Ric Tanberg and Barbara McGinnis, Senior category.Please call Kay at 618-6689 with any questions.

The Puppet Masters from Riverside Middle School and Legend Dairy from Coal Ridge High School have placed first in their challenges at the regional Destination Imagination tournament and have advanced to the state tournament in Denver. We are asking for community support to raise money to help both teams with expenses.Thursday, April 8, please stop by Moe’s Southwest Grille any time for food and drinks. Located at 35 Market St. in Glenwood. Teams will receive a percentage of Moe’s proceeds.On April 9, come to Walmart in Rifle. The teams will have a bake sale with Starbucks coffee.

The 2010 golf season for the Wednesday morning Rifle Creek Ladies will begin on April 7 with a breakfast meeting at 9 a.m. and golf to follow at 10. All ladies are invited to attend.

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