Memories & Milestones
The combined Coal Ridge-Rifle high school girl’s golf team, which plays as the Rifle Bears, took second place as a team at the 4A Regional Girls Golf Tournament held in Craig on May 11 with a combined score of 288. Rifle has two players moving on to state: Taylor Walters and Allison Powell. Taylor, a Rifle freshman, scored 83 to tie for first with Moffat senior Heather Nicholson, who won in a playoff.
A big thank-you to James Lee Karate Schools, Axis Salon, TV 8, Copy Copy and The Advocate Safehouse for sponsoring Fight Like a Girl seminars during Sexual Violence Awareness Month. Approximately 400 women and girls attended these seminars at various locations. Ongoing classes are held at James Lee Karate Schools in Glenwood and Eagle. You can try them for free at jamesleekarate.com.If you would like your group to have a seminar please contact Jeff Kennedy at James Lee Karate or Kym Rock’s Fight Like a Girl at 405-1558.Please help Kym go to nationals by voting once a day every day at http://www.fightlikeagirl.pro. Together we can stop the violence.
The Glenwood Springs Art Guild is proud to announce the winners from the Palisade Art Lovers Show held in April of this year. The winners are as follows: Mimi Jordan took an honorable mention in professional oils; Arlene Law took a first place in professional collage; Jane Seglem took a first place in professional watercolor; Carol Murphy won a gift certificate from DeBeque Canyon Winery for her advanced pastel; and Laurel Astor took the Wine Basket Award. Keep up the creative work artists, you are making the world a more beautiful place.
The queen and her court. Bronte Gilman, front center, a member of the Glenwood Springs High School Key Club, and eight members of the GWS Kiwanis Club, pitched in for a day’s work at WindWalkers, a therapeutic riding center located at Cedar Ridge Ranch in Carbondale. The Kiwanians spent the day helping WindWalkers, which offers therapeutic riding sessions and equine assisted learning for riders with disabilities, prepare for their summer riding season. The Kiwanians laid a new culvert on a riding trail to help horses, riders, and guides cross a treacherous stream, built a hitching rail just outside the riding arena, cleaned up trash around the facility, and while the Kiwanians were doing their thing, Bronte single-handedly weeded the picnic area, spread ground cover over it, and cleaned up chairs and benches.
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Roaring Fork Schools volunteers who have already completed a comparable background check through an approved entity would be good to go.