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Siobahn Kahanic of Limon and Joseph Schreiner of Glenwood Springs were married on Nov. 11, 2011, at St. Stephen’s Catholic Church in Glenwood Springs with Father Cliff McMillan presiding.Siobahn graduated from Mesa State University and works for Mary Kay Cosmetics. Her parents are Bob and Pam Kahanic of Limon and Cheryl Graham of Pueblo.Joseph also graduated from Mesa State University. He works for the Gunnison Police Department. His parents are Steve and Carol Schreiner of Glenwood Springs.The maid of honor was Stacie Kaufman, sister of the bride. Bridesmaids were Stephanie Kaufman, sister of the bride, and Ashley Schreiner, sister of the groom.Best man was Jacob Carr, with groomsmen Thais Kulwiec and Justin Montover, cousin of the groom.Hayden Kulwiec was flower girl, and Sylar Kaufman was ring bearer.The couple honeymooned in London, England, and live in Gunnison.

The 2011 Tri-Glenwood triathlon raised $4,000 for YouthZone. At the check presentation are, from left, Heidi McGuire, Tri-Glenwood volunteer co-coordinator; Cindy Lundin, Tri-Glenwood race director; Tina Olson, YouthZone case manager; and Lori Mueller, YouthZone program director.

On Friday, Sept. 16, 2011 family and friends proudly gathered at NSA Mid-South Millington, TN to celebrate with and congratulate Austin Usher when he was formally pinned a Chief Petty Officer in the US Navy. At 25 and with only 7 years of service in the USN Austin is one of the youngest to reach this highly respected rank. CPO Usher graduated from Rifle High School in 2004; he currently lives in Bartlett, TN with his wife Chelsey Usher (formerly Chelsey Cox of New Castle).


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