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Debbie Crawford comes to CMC with more than two decades of journalism and public relations experience, and a bachelor of arts in technical journalism and public relations from Colorado State University. For the past seven years she has been the director of communications for Colorado Rocky Mountain School in Carbondale.She was a member of the 2003 Colorado Voices panel for the Denver Post, writing columns for the paper’s editorial pages.In addition, she has been the public relations director for the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, a technical editor for the Solar Energy Research Institute (now the National Renewable Energy Laboratory) and written for publications throughout Colorado. The Colorado native will get to see even more of the state in her new job, as she travels to CMC’s seven campuses.”I look forward to visiting the different campuses, getting to know the people and unique attributes of each part of CMC and sharing their stories,” she said. “This college serves an incredibly important purpose in western Colorado, and I’m delighted to be given a role in letting the public know all we do to help them be lifelong learners.”CRHS Booster Club to meetThe Coal Ridge High School Booster Club will hold its first meeting at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 6, in the Riverside Middle School library. For more information, call Debbie Moeller at 876-2600 or Anne Guettler at 984-0620. Town seeks aid with ditches The town of Carbondale will turn on irrigation ditches on April 15. Crews are completing annual maintenance work. Keep access open, inspect ditches and remove any debris or plant growth that has accumulated since last year. Questions: public works at 963-1307.Carbondale Show and TellBring your Carbondale history mementos to share at noon Thursday, April 7, at the Gordon Cooper Library. The Carbondale Show and Tell Brown Bag Lunch is free. Information: 963-9371.- GSPI staff reports


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