Memories & Milestones
For the second year in a row, Ken Robinson, owner of Roaring Fork Liquors chipped in to raise funds for LIFT-UP. Western Colorado’s food bank accepted donations of $4,018. Roaring Fork Liquors donated its gross profit of $2,600 from Black Friday sales. This year Robinson raised a challenge to others to join the store in this charitable endeavor.Joining Robinson was Subway, chipping in $538 from sales that day. James Fosnaught of Mountain Law Firm donated $130, Bill Sanderson from Alpine Bank $500 and Kathy Riggle of Competent Bookkeeping Services donated $250.LIFT-UP, which has been providing nutritious meals to area residents from Aspen to Parachute since 1982, has been serving more than 18,000 people this year. In order to keep up with demand they rely heavily on the generous support of the community.”We did this last year, and it was great to be able to help our neighbors during these hard economic times,” Robinson said. “This year I put out a challenge to others to join us. Please thank our charity partners who stepped up to the plate to help others in our community.”Roaring Fork Liquors is located in the Roaring Fork Marketplace next to Walmart in Glenwood Springs and may be reached at 945-9494.
Announcing the engagement of Mary Louise Grange, daughter of Tina Grange and the late Jimmy Grange of Basalt, to Adam Ryan Beach, son of Janet Searle of Denver and Elden Beach of Larkspur. Mary graduated cum laude from Mesa State College with a Bachelor of Arts in English, and from Indiana University with a Master’s Degree in library science. She is employed as a records manager in the Northern Virginia area. Adam graduated from the University of Colorado at Denver with a Bachelor of Science in electrical engineering. He is employed as an engineer in Sterling, Va. A June 2013 wedding is planned at St. Stephen Catholic Church in Glenwood Springs.
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