Memories & Milestones
The Glenwood Springs Senior Golf Tournament was held Sept. 13 and 15, on the “Hill.” Twelve golfers played 35 holes. Participants include, from left, seated: Bob Zanella and Dale Snearly; and back row: Sten Helling, George Morrison, Bob Faulkner, Elwyn Schrock, Chuck Donalan, Bob Dressel, Hugh Warder, Louie Guay and Claude St. Onge. Winners were first gross, Dale Snearly; second, Ray Owens; and third, Stuart White; and low net first, Louie Guay, and tied for second, George Morrison, Hugh Warder and Bob Zanella.
Ty and Krissy Schroerlucke are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Kinley Schroerlucke. Kinley was born on Sept. 3, 2010. She weighed 8 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 21.5 inches long. Proud grandparents are Denise Neilsen of Rifle, Michael and Judy Morrison of New Castle, and Carl and Darleen Schroerlucke of Rifle, and great-grandparents are Larry and Betty Lou Woolley of Meredith.
The Glenwood Springs City Market presented LIFT-UP with a check for $6,000 on Sept. 23. The funds represent a donation from The Kroger Foundation’s City Market Cares program, along with customer donations placed in coin boxes located by the cash registers in the checkout lanes. All City Market coin box funds are used to support hunger relief organizations in each store’s local community. During this period of continued high demand for services, LIFT-UP is grateful to City Market for their ongoing support, and to the thousands of customers who contributed to the coin boxes.
The Great Rifle Rotary Ball Drop fundraiser, held Aug. 15, raised $16,500. The beneficiary of this event was the Raising a Reader program in the Roaring Fork Valley, which will receive $5,500. Raising a Reader promotes reading among preschoolers and teaches parents how to give the gift of reading to their kids. Rifle Rotary works to better the Rifle Community by promoting education, literacy and financial responsibility to our students, contributing to many organizations including Meals on Wheels, YouthZone and programs and scholarships at our local schools. It also participates in international projects to help reduce child mortality and end polio worldwide. Proceeds from this event go a long way to accomplish these and many other related projects during the year. Thank you to all who sponsored the Ball Drop, contributed prizes and purchased tickets to make it a huge success.
Bash Volunteer Bill Lukes poses with his adoptable dog, Ginger, and donors Jim and Ellie Gould, during the 10th Anniversary Bash for Colorado Animal Rescue.
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