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What do a footrace through Glenwood Canyon, fall weather and Literacy Outreach have in common? Put them all together on Oct. 6 and you have the Glenwood Canyon Shuffle Race for Literacy.Registration is now open for all ages and levels of participation. The Shuffle is a run/walk 5K or a half marathon. Transportation is provided to both races’ one-way course starting lines. Meander through the canyon at your own pace on a mostly gentle downhill grade to the finish at No Name.This year, race organizers are offering $100 cash prizes to the winner of the half marathon (both male and female). They’re also shuffling the deck, and the best poker hand will win $100 cash.Register online at http://www.runningguru.com or visit http://www.literacyoutreach.org and download a registration form. For more information, contact email@example.com or call the Literacy Outreach office at 945-5282.
Hospice of the Valley, a division of HomeCare & Hospice of the Valley, will hold a fundraiser on Saturday, Aug. 25, at the Dallenbach Ranch just outside of Basalt.”We’re the only nonprofit provider of hospice in the valley,” said Executive Director Markey Butler, R.N., MHSA. “We serve anyone who needs care regardless of their ability to pay. This helps keep hospice services available to everyone in our community.”Alpine Bank and Wally and Peppy Dallenbach are the presenting sponsors for the second annual “Cowboy & Cowgirl Golf,” an event that invites golfers, non-golfers, and those of all ages and abilities to smack golf balls around a golf course set around the Dallenbach Ranch. Ken Everett, golf pro at the Snowmass Club, designed the course layout that will lead golfers around the stunning views and challenging terrain at the ranch.”This is not your typical golf outing. We have abandoned all golf etiquette rules,” said event chair Mary Gould. “So leave your clubs, golf shoes, and polo shirt at home, grab your cowboy garb, and come help us raise money for Hospice of the Valley.”All proceeds from the event, including silent auction items, go directly towards providing hospice services in the community.The event is also listed on http://www.causes.com, one of the largest applications on Facebook, which allows hospice supporters to create a birthday, anniversary or memorial wish in honor of hospice.Hospice of the Valley serves the terminally ill and their families in the Roaring Fork, Colorado, Crystal, and Eagle River valleys.For more information on the event, sponsorship opportunities, or to R.S.V.P., visit http://www.hchotv.org, call (970) 927-6650, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Tickets are $125 for golf and dinner or $100 for dinner only. Golf starts at 3 p.m. and cocktails begin at 5 p.m.
ResultsChampionship flightFirst gross: Doug JonesSecond gross: Tod SmithFirst net: Scott SullivanSecond net: Dennis LuceroFirst flightFirst gross: Jim HougSecond gross: Earl CherryThird gross: Mark SoursFirst net: Tim RoeSecond net: Pat HayesThird gross (tie): Dan Adams, Randy PetersonSecond flightFirst gross: Ashton DurrettSecond gross: Mike McCormickFirst net: Kirk BeattieSecond net: Mike WhittThird flightFirst gross: Fred FreiSecond gross: Dennis TruebloodFirst net: Jerry BauerSecond net: Glen SykesWomen’s flightFirst gross: Pam BuergerFirst net: Penny SykesSecond net: Tish Filiss
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