Memories & Milestones
The Carbondale Wild West is pleased to announce the 2010 Rodeo Royalty. This year’s outstanding group of young cowgirls representing the Carbondale Wild West Royalty for 2010 include Queen Ashley Soucie, of Basalt; Queen Attendant Dani Brownell, of Carbondale; Princess Madilyn Kuhl, of Carbondale; Princess McKenzie Long, of Rifle; and Royalty Alternate Caitlin Kinney, of Carbondale. At the Grand Entry of the popular weekly rodeo series, the royalty will present the colors. They also serve as role models for youth in our town. In preparation for the series that kicks off on Thursday, June 3, they have been practicing their drill routine under the direction of Suzie Wilson. Suzie has been instrumental in the success of the rodeo over the past four years, and she continues to contribute to the success of our royalty. For more information please visit: http://www.carbondalerodeo.com. Join us on Facebook at Carbondale Wild West Rodeo or follow us on Twitter at CarbondaleRodeo.
Chance, age 7, and Austin Daniels, age 3, are proud to announce the arrival of their new baby sister, Brook Deesyl Daniels. Brook was born April 18, 2010, at 1:43 p.m. She weighed 8 pounds, 8.6 ounces, and was 211⁄4 inches long. Proud parents are Ed and Micah Daniels of Rifle. Grandparents are Ed and Denise Elder of Rifle, Janie Daniels of Glenwood Springs, and Ed Daniels of Hotchkiss.
Paul and Katherine Harvey of Silt would like to announce the birth of their daughter, Kensington Abbey Harvey.She was born on March 18, 2010, mom’s birthday, was 19 inches long and weighed 6 pounds, 8 ounces. Big sister, Emerson, and big brother, Christopher, love their baby sister. Proud grandparents include Chris and Becky Harvey of Rifle, Ed and Janice Fuller of Silt, and David and Linda Hokit of Meeker. We love our little angel and future Coal Ridge Titan very much.
Some employees from the Glenwood Springs Post Office show off the food they collected May 8 during the annual Letter Carriers’ Food Drive.
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