Memories & Milestones
Troy and Anna Golden, of Kennesaw, Ga., are pleased to announce the birth of their son, Trace Alan Golden, at 11:30 a.m. March 28, 2009. He weighed 9 pounds, 11 ounces, and was 22 inches long at birth.Trace has a big sister, Sara Marie Golden, who is 41⁄2 years old.Proud grandparents are Ben and Noel Golden, of Marietta, Ga., and Bobby and Sylvia Hays, of Silt. Proud great-grandparents are Geneva Golden, of Ringgold, Ga.; T.J and Wilma Hays, of Deming, N.M.; and Beulah Livsey, of Vancouver, Wash.
Glenwood Hot Springs has selected the 2010 recipients of the annual Glenwood Hot Springs Higher Education scholarships. This year two deserving seniors, both Glenwood Hot Springs employees, will receive funds to help them reach their educational goals. “Glenwood Hot Springs has always seen the potential in young people. This scholarship is a way for Glenwood Hot Springs to encourage excellence and reward outstanding college-bound seniors. Both Keiko and Shelby are deserving young women, and we wish them the best and much success in their studies in the years ahead,” said Kjell Mitchell, COO and general manager for Glenwood Hot Springs.Keiko Woodyard, the daughter of Kathy Woodyard and John Slothauber, is a Glenwood Springs High School senior who plans to study biology at Adams State College in Alamosa this fall. In her scholarship application Keiko says she is looking forward to the small class sizes and excellent science program at Adams State. Glenwood Hot Springs awarded Keiko $2,000 per year for four years of college education. Keiko has worked at the Glenwood Hot Springs Grill seasonally since 2008.The other recipient of the Glenwood Hot Springs Higher Education Scholarship is Shelby McNeal, a senior at Coal Ridge High School. The daughter of Peter and Dawn Hayes of Silt, Shelby has plans to attend the University of Northern Colorado. In her application, Shelby says she chose the school because “it is the only one close to home that has a forensics science program.” Shelby, who works as a front desk clerk at the Glenwood Hot Springs Lodge, will receive $500 per year for four years of study.The Glenwood Hot Springs Education Scholarship was established in 1995 for the higher education of students who meet particular criteria determined by the selection committee.
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