Hallie Bradley and Jason Rand
Bradley and Rand to wed
Hallie Bradley, daughter of Mary Ann Morning of Glenwood Springs and Tom Bradley of Colorado Springs, will wed Jason Rand, son of Keddie Burrows of Bend, Ore., and the late Clarke Rand of Glenwood Springs, on Jan. 4, 2003.
Jason Rand, formerly known as Jason Hill, recently changed his name to his birth name. Both Hallie and Jason were raised in Glenwood Springs and graduated from Glenwood Springs High School. Jason and Hallie reside in Denver and work for Denver Public Schools. Jason is a computer application specialist and Hallie is a counselor for an alternative high school.
The couple will wed in Vieques, Puerto Rico, with 40 guests attending and will honeymoon in the Dominican Republic.
Hot tip for Christmas
Here’s a hot tip for Christmas. The Frontier Historical Society and Museum’s 2003 calendar, “The Hunks and Honeys of History,” features discreet cheesecake from the annals of Glenwood Springs’ past. It’s now available at the museum store and Through the Looking Glass and the Booktrain bookstores in Glenwood Springs. It has photographs from the museum’s extensive collection of people from the past along with a short biography. They’d make great Christmas gifts. For information, call the museum, 945-4448.
Two local folks scored in the Colorado Lottery recently.
They are Theresa Olshove of Rifle, $770, and Freda Potter of Silt, $1,000.
Frickey makes Dean’s List
Brandon Frickey has been named to the Dean’s List Honor Roll at Johnson and Wales University in Denver.
To qualify, students must achieve a 3.4 grade point average and maintain 12 quarter credit hours.
His GPA was 3.95 for the fall term. He is studying international business.
Frickey is the son of Kelli and Ron Fortier and a 2002 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School.
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