Memories & Milestones
Breanna Richardson of Glenwood Springs has been named a quality leader at Central Wyoming College. Quality leaders serve as ambassadors for the Riverton community college. The students who are selected to receive the prestigious scholarship are required to provide community service in exchange.
Robert (Bob) and Dorothy Hutton are celebrating their 60th wedding anniversary. An open house will be held from 2-6 p.m. on Dec. 11, at 418 Columbine Drive, Rifle. Welcome old and new friends.
PCL Construction’s Mountain Division, based in Edwards, donated $10,000 to local food banks to purchase needed food and resources this holiday season. The $10,000 will be divided among the Vail Valley Salvation Army Food Pantry, Family Intercultural Resource Center in Summit County and LIFT-UP food pantry in Garfield County.The generosity of PCL Construction employees continues to break records in the Colorado. PCL hopes to inspire other individuals and companies to generously donate during this great time of need in our community, especially with the holidays fast approaching.
On Dec. 3, Micaela Folsom of United Way met with Mike Suek of Marathon Oil to discuss a surprise $15,000 donation. This is the largest single donation Marathon Oil has made to the local organization. United Way will use these funds along with others to support health and human service agencies in Garfield County. This year United Way is supporting 15 agencies including: LIFT-UP, Advocate Safehouse, YouthZone, The Salvation Army and Catholic Charities. Folsom says, “Support like this from generous companies like Marathon Oil will be combined with hundreds of other donations to create a lasting impact and sustainability in Garfield County. Every donation from large to small makes a difference.” For more information about United Way of Garfield County go to http://www.unitedwayofgarfieldcounty.org.
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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.