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Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Brad Brock is proud to announce that his daughter, Hannah Rose Brock, will be graduating from Jacobs School of Engineering at University of California-San Diego, with a Bachelor of Science in computer science engineering. Hannah is a 2006 graduate of Rifle High School. Yay!

On Tuesday, May 4, Glenwood Springs Kiwanis presented OWL awards to 85 GSHS sophomores, juniors and seniors who represent the top 15 percent of their graduating classes. Kiwanians, students, and parents heard an address by GSHS teacher Bob Brooks and introductory comments from Principal Paul Freeman. Sarah Treese, last year’s winner of the Marble Owl award for scholarship and service, presented the 2010 award to Carolyn Barber, who had designated WindWalkers to receive a Kiwanis donation. Treese, in turn, received a cash graduation gift from the club. Following the presentation in the GSHS Auditorium, Kiwanis club members served refreshments.

Secia Rose Klocke of Glenwood Springs graduated with honors on May 12, 2010, from New York University’s Gallatin School of Individualized Study with concentrations in vocal performance, music business and visual culture. The graduation for Gallatin School was held at Lincoln center in New York City with 495 undergraduate candidates, followed by another ceremony for the entire graduating class of 2010 (15,000 students) held at Yankee Stadium in The Bronx, N.Y. The commencement speaker was actor Alec Baldwin, who is an alumnus of NYU. Ms. Klocke plans to stay in New York City through the summer and continue on to graduate school or law school. Ms. Klocke’s parents are Dr. Harold “Hap” and Rosario Young of Glenwood Springs and Merle and Kelly Klocke of Silverthorne.

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