Memories & Milestones
Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Mark Gould announce the engagement of their children Victoria Jones and Evan Gould. An August 2012 wedding is planned at the Gould residence.
Navy Petty Officer 1st Class David A. Klenda, a 1998 graduate of Rifle High School, is currently deployed in Afghanistan. He is assigned to Naval Mobile Construction Battalion 11. They are manning defenses and constructing a compound in the Lashkar Gah District to support U.S. Marines, who will advise Afghan Uniformed Police and prepare them for a smooth transition upon the eventual draw-down of U.S. and allied forces.Klenda joined the Navy in June 1998.
Mr & Mrs. Dale Hawkins of Glenwood Springs announce the engagement of their daughter, Olivia Hawkins, to Matthew Jones, of Bentonville, Ark. Olivia and Matthew will both graduate from Harding University this summer. Olivia will receive her master’s degree in Marriage and Family Therapy, and Matthew will receive his Doctorate of Pharmacy. The couple is planning a summer wedding and will reside in Arkansas.
Bill and Debbie Sanderson of New Castle are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Kelli Marie to Drew Alexander Broughton, son of Gary and the late Margaret Broughton of Delta. Kelli is a 2007 graduate of Rifle High School and has since completed cosmetology and real estate school. She is currently employed at RE/MAX Country in New Castle. Drew graduated from Delta High School in 2001 and Colorado State University in 2005 with a degree in business administration with a concentration in marketing. Drew runs his family’s multigeneration fruit orchard outside of Grand Junction, where the couple will reside. A June 30 wedding will take place in New Castle.
Aspen VonKamp from Denver apparently enjoyed her April 27 visit to the Glenwood Railroad Museum.
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