Memories & Milestones
The city of Glenwood Springs recently honored Michael Marincic, who has been working as a volunteer at the Glenwood Springs Recycling Center for more than five years. Marincic was recognized for his strong work ethic and dedication to the center.
Dr. David and Valerie Hilliard of Abilene, Texas, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Breanne Nicole Hilliard, to Nicholas John Croissant, son of Barry and Darcy Croissant of Glenwood Springs.The future bride will graduate in May 2013 with a Master of Accountancy from Abilene Christian University and will be employed with Pricewaterhouse Coopers LLP. The future groom will graduate in May 2013 with a Bachelor of Arts degree in social work from Abilene Christian University and will pursue a Master of Arts degree in social work.A June 2013 wedding is planned, and the couple will reside in Dallas.
On Oct. 31, Girl Scout Troop 2143 celebrated the birthday of Juliette Low, founder of the Girl Scouts. Brownie Troop 2143 and Cadette Troop 269 members collected and wrapped baby gifts and delivered three gift baskets to the Valley View Hospital Labor and Delivery Department on Oct. 31. The first three moms who birthed a baby girl on Oct. 31 received baskets, which included clothes, diapers, formula, toys, dolls and the baby’s first Brownie sash. The Scouts hope when the babies are old enough to join Girl Scouts, they can use their sashes and share their special stories of how they received them. Girl Scout leader Sandi Spencer has continued this tradition in the valley for the last four years. She started it in 2006 in Midland, Texas, where she had a previous troop.
Daniel and Nicole Fairchild announce the birth of their baby boy, Josiah Malachi Fairchild, born at 9:51 p.m. on Nov. 3, 2012, at St. Mary’s Hospital in Grand Junction. The Fairchild family thanks the community for its time and effort in helping welcome their new blessing.
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