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Memories & Milestones

Photo by Cindy MarksPastry presentation Students from YouthEntity's YouthChefs baking and pastry arts program present a 1,000 piece pastry and chocolate buffet for 100 guests as their graduation presentation to friends, family, volunteers and donors of YouthEntity. From left, are high school students Delaney Passmore (Glenwood Springs), Jonathan Aranda (Roaring Fork), Omar Gonzalez (Roaring Fork), chef instructor Christine Bergstrom, Flora Fischbacher (Glenwood Springs), Stephanie Fernandez (Basalt) and Jocelyn Cortez (Roaring Fork).

ACCESS Roaring Fork is pleased to announce it has recently received a grant in the amount of $500 from U.S. Bancorp Foundation to support general operating costs. ACCESS is grateful for this financial gift and deeply appreciates the show of support for our work with the youth of this community.ACCESS is a nonprofit organization that works to meet the needs of kids and families by offering a variety of fun, educational, extended day programs to students throughout Garfield County. For more information about ACCESS visit or call 963-4402.

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