Memories & Milestones
On a busy Saturday, Sept. 10, several members of the Glenwood Springs High School Key Club staffed the Junglemobile at the Valley View Hospital Kids and Teens Safety Fair. Provided by Children’s Hospital Colorado (Denver), the Junglemobile provides several kid-friendly stations where kids can learn about safety with child car seats, dialing 911, fall prevention, fire, pedestrian, poisons, water, ATVs, and farm and ranch. The Key Club offers leadership training and opportunities for community service. Officers and the board plan and lead members of the club in five to six different activities each month during the school year. In addition, some members will attend a weekend leadership training experience called Key Leader at the Mountain Chalet in Aspen, from Oct. 7-9. Others will attend the Key Club International Convention in Orlando, Fla. from July 4-8, 2012.
On Saturday, Sept. 10, the Kiwanis Club of Glenwood Springs staffed the Bike Rodeo and the lunch line at theValley View Hospital Kids and Teens Safety Fair .At the Bike Rodeo, kids rode bikes through a course featuring several traffic signs and roundabouts, with Kiwanis members stationed at key points along the course to help kids understand how they should ride safely. About 100 kids came through the course.About 10 Kiwanis members provided and cooked food at the Safety Fair. The club served about 300 meals.
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Hundreds attended this weekends The Whole Shebang, which was put on by the city of Glenwood Springs and delivered the facts concerning Rocky Mountain Resources’ proposal for the nearby Transfer Trail Limestone Quarry.