Memories & Milestones
Walter and Viola Huber invite friends to help celebrate their 50th Wedding Anniversary. The festivities will be Saturday, Oct. 23, from 1-4 p.m. at the Glenwood Community Center, Room Sopris A. Light refreshments will be served. No gifts please.
Joshua M. Lyon, 22 of Silt, graduated from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Prescott, Arizona on May 8. He received a Bachelor of Science degree in Aeronautical Science with a minor in business. He was also a 2006 Rifle High School graduate. Josh has recently been accepted into the highly competitive Warrant Officer Flight Training program, where he will train as a helicopter pilot in the U.S. Army. He will be leaving Jan. 18, 2011, for basic training in Ft. Leonardwood, Mo. Congratulations, Josh, on this great honor. Your family is very proud!
Proud grandma Chamaigne Lyons is pleased to announce that her daughter and son-in-law, Amber Rose and David Raymond Hammer, gave birth to a beautiful baby boy, Mattick Ray Hammer. He was born on Oct. 2 at 9:03 a.m. He weighed 6.6 ounces and was 19 inches long.
Fall means one thing to Glenwood Springs High School students: DECA Invitationals. Oct. 10-11 marked the 2010 version of the Glenwood DECA Invitational, which brought 27 schools to town. Many GSHS students helped bring their school to a 3rd place overall finish by placing in the top five in their event. These students included:Food Marketing: Kevin Hartmann – 3rdQuick Service Restaurant:Tess Libby – 4thSports and Entertainment: Joe Cibrowski – 1st, Taylor Nicola – 2ndPrinciples of Finance: Carter Colia – 2nd, Lily Ruiz – 5thPrinciples of Hospitality and Tourism: Nate Kaup – 4thBusiness Law and Ethics Team: Flohr, Kramer – 5thBuying and Merchandising Team: Harbottle, Burbidge – 3rdFinancial Service Team: Forristell, Fetterhoff – 4thHospitality Services Team: Dubois, Fangman – 1stMarketing Communications Team: Eggen, Stewart – 3rdSports and Entertainment Team: Armstrong, Barham – 4thTravel and Tourism Team: Kontour, Bergren-Aragon – 2nd
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