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Memories & Milestones

Post IndependentGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Silt Mayor Dave Moore and Alpine Bank officer Doug Peate are pictured with the bank’s donation to help Tina Sandoval and her mother, Della Espinosa, whose home was destroyed in a fire on Nov. 23. Moore, a board member of The Salvation Army, said the money collected in the traditional red buckets in Silt over the Christmas season, $2,000, will be added to the bank’s donation for a total of $3,000 to help the family recover from the disaster.

Wishing you a very Happy 1st Birthday!We love you very much. Hugs and Kisses, Daddy, Mommy, Tyler and Ryan

Teachers from Rifle’s Highland Elementary worked at the south Rifle McDonald’s on Jan. 21 as part of the McTeacher’s Night benefit. Pictured is Highland Elementary teacher Lancie Elder, who gets a quick lesson in using the cash register. Twenty percent of all sales from the night went to Highland Elementary.

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