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Mulkey makes dean’s list

Kenny Mulkey, son of Toby and Dee Anna Mulkey of Glenwood Springs, made the dean’s list for 2002-2003 at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley.

RSVP honors volunteers

High Country RSVP held its 28th Annual Volunteer Recognition Dinner at Riverside Junior High in New Castle on April 26. Jody Lindauer and Hilda Sykes won the Paul Lappala Award, RSVP’s highest honor, for their generosity of time and spirit they give the community of Garfield County. Nominees Dick Smith, Joe Goldman, Frank Shove, Louise Mooney, Dana Barker and BJ Barker were also honored.

Potvia completes basic training

Marine Corps Pfc. Christian P. Potvia, son of Donna H. Phelps of Carbondale and Philip E. Potvia of Aspen, recently completed 12 weeks of basic training at Marine Corps Recruit Depot in San Diego. He is a 1992 graduate of Aspen High School and joined the Marine Corps in April 2002.

Local students graduate from Fort Lewis College

Jacob Gasau, a Roaring Fork High School graduate, received his bachelor of arts degree in music education at Fort Lewis College’s winter commencement on Dec. 21, 2002.

Angie Walters, also a Roaring Fork High School graduate, received her bachelor of arts degree in business administration-tourism and resort management at spring commencement on May 3.

Whitney Cole and Amber Henke, both of Basalt, also graduated May 3. Cole majored in sociology and human services and Amber Henke in music education.

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