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Memories & Milestones

Post IndependentGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

On Sunday, June 20, 30 members of the Roaring Fork Women’s Triathlon Team participated in the Strawberry Shortcut Race. The race was a benchmark in the summer training program to prepare the women to complete the Tri for the Cure triathlon in August. The proud women range in age from 16 to 68 years old and live between Rifle and Basalt. Team members Tiffany Lindenberg and Sharie Prow won second place in their age groups in the 5K; Ann Lohman won third place in her age group in the 5K; and Coach Nancy Reinisch won her age group in the 10K. Congratulations to everyone for a great race!

Bryce and Jamie Olson of Glenwood Springs announce the birth of their son Keaton James Olson. Keaton was born at 12:37 p.m. on June 3, 2010, weighed 8 pounds, 6 ounces, and was 201⁄2 inches long at birth. Keaton’s big brother is Jace, 2, and his grandparents are Tom and Jodie Bowman of Caro, Mich., and Spence and Kathy Olson, of Kentwood,Mich.

July 1 will mark the beginning of a new fiscal year for the Glenwood Springs Lions Club. Officers and directors for the coming year were installed by Past District Gov. Lance Balding of Clifton at a steak fry held in the Lions shelter in Sayre Park. Lion Mike Barrena brought the steaks from his supplier in Aspen and grilled them to perfection.Lions officers installed were: Angie Wiederhold, president; Lindal Silvertooth, first vice president; Dog Darnold, second vice president; Rodney Naylor, secretary; and Tom Wier, treasurer. Directors are outgoing president Rob Trebesh, Fran Ralff and Margie Trebesh. Ed Odell will serve again as tail twister, and Darrell Stanley will be membership chair. Gary Broetzman is being installed as governor of District 6 West at the Lions International Convention being held this week in Sydney, Australia.Past District Gov. Balding presented several awards including an Ann Sullivan Award to Margie Trebesh for outstanding dedicated service and the Humanitarian Award to Rob Trebesh for dedicated service to mankind. Darrell Stanley was named Lion of the Year for his work as membership chairman, program chairman and major project chairman in charge of the Harlem Ambassadors basketball fundraiser.

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