Community News & Notes
The American Legion Post 100 in Carbondale will host a horseshoe tournament and barbecue on July 11. All of the money will be donated to Mariane Maynard who was in the hospital a few months ago with a head injury. The money will help her with her hospital bills. Dragonfly Studio will be at the American Legion from noon to 4 p.m. to do family portraits for a $35 donation as well.
Fiesta Fun & Two-Punch Tuesday at Moe’s Southwest Grill, 35 Market St., Glenwood Meadows Shopping Center: Tuesday, July 14, from 4-9 p.m. Join Team Zoo Babies and Moe’s for an evening of good food and crazy fun in support of the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life. Moe’s will donate 15 percent of the evening’s sales to the American Cancer Society and you and your friends can enjoy double-punches on the frequent diner card to earn free meals from Moe’s. For more information or to make a personal donation, please visit Zoo Babies Relay for Life online or call 319-6620.
The Missouri Heights Schoolhouse is available for rentals, including parties, family reunions, weddings, meetings, etc.For more information, call Gayle Wells at 963-2747, or Anita Witt at 963-2180.
The Community Concert Association is extending its membership campaign until July 10, announced president Sue Ludtke, giving locals a bit more time to sign up for the concert schedule. Membership for adults is $35, entitling the member to attend five concerts beginning in September; students may sign up for $15. The events will include a tribute to violinist Jascha Heifetz in March and the Harry James Orchestra next April. Members may attend concerts in Craig, Delta/Montrose, and Grand Junction under a reciprocity agreement. For information, call Sue Ludtke, 945-8722, Judy Huston, 945-5384 or visit http://www.gsconcertassn.org. Renewal or new membership checks can be mailed to GWS Community Concert Association, PO Box 214, Glenwood Springs 81602.
Bring your best ribs and compete against a KCBS competitor during the 36th annual Burning Mountain Festival in New Castle. The event is July 17 and it’s a “winner takes all” competition; $20 entry fee.Contact Steve Higgs by July 10, (970) 379-7076; email@example.com
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