Memories & Milestones
Eric and Carolyn Strautman are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Chelsea Strautman to Daniel Lassen.Chelsea graduated in 2003 from Glenwood Springs High School and in 2007 from the University of San Diego. She currently attends CU Boulder Law School, works for Boulder County Legal Services and lives in Westminster. Her parents live in Glenwood Springs.Daniel is a graduate of the University of Utah and works for Wells Fargo Advisors in Broomfield. He is the son of Erick (Jennie) Lassen, and Patricia (Merle) Graffam, of Bigwater, Utah.
Mike and Debbie Wilde of Glenwood Springs are pleased to announce the engagement of their son Taylor to Molly Larkin, daughter of Tim and Heidi Larkin of Excelsior, Minn.Taylor is a 2005 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and a 2009 graduate of Taylor University in Upland, Ind., with a degree in exercise science. Molly is a 2010 graduate of Taylor University with degrees in political science, history and Spanish.The couple plan a Jan. 29, 2011 ,wedding in the Minneapolis-St. Paul area. A reception in Glenwood Springs will follow with the date to be announced.
Congratulations to the Western Slope Stompers. They won first place in the Silt Hey Day Parade. Wonderful job! For more information or to register for clogging or jazz classes call 984-2265.
The Glenwood Springs Community Center 2.5 Blue Team won the USTA District Championship in Denver recently. The USTA has invited the team to compete in Regionals in Salt Lake City later this month. Team members include, from left, Susan Parr, Anne-Marie Kelley, Joan Clausen Tanner, Sheldon Emery, Lynn Goluba, Tamara Radtke, Carolyn Strautman, Heidi Paul, Chris McSwain and Coach Sue Geist.
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Facing the loss of five crucial games down the stretch due to COVID-19 quarantine rules, the Glenwood Springs girls basketball team’s postseason fate looked uncertain and totally out of the team’s control.