Memories & Milestones
Come support Kiss-n-Squeal Thursday night, July 29, and enjoy a delicious dinner while you’re at it. From 4 p.m. until close, Moe’s will donate 10 percent of its profits to The 3 Little Pigs of Glenwood Noon Rotary. Bring your friends, families and neighbors, and come pig out with us. The 3 Little Pigs will be all dressed up for the occasion. Kiss-n-Squeal benefits YouthZone, a nonprofit that helps community youth and their families.
Brian Mable Karate has two students on their way to achieving black belts.Kyle Davis, a freshman, and Rachel Maison, a junior, at Glenwood Springs High School, both started their training at a young age and have succeeded in the challenges to get to this point. Over the next many months they will sharpen their skills in preparation for their black belt test. President Brian Mable of the Western Tang Soo Do Federation and the board of directors will judge the black belt candidates in March 2011 at its Tri Annual Test.Congratulations, Kyle andRachel!
Earlier this summer, Alida Eide helped send 1,000 Girl Scout cookies to the U.S. troops overseas. As part of the number of cookies she sold, she earned more than $800 at 60 cents a box. She wanted a way to give back to Girl Scouts, so she used the money to purchase uniforms and books for three levels of Girl Scouts: Daisies, Brownies and juniors, to start new troops this fall. On July 22, she made the presentation to the Glenwood Springs Girl Scout Service Unit in Sayre Park. Alida has been a Girl Scout for 11 years, and she remains a strong model for what Girl Scouts stands for.This fall, Alida will be going to Denmark as a Rotary Exchange student.
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Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon will continue to be closed due to “extreme damage” from the latest round of heavy rain and flooding Saturday night, the Colorado Department of Transportation announced Sunday afternoon.