Walk, don’t ride
Here’s a transportation challenge from the Carbondale Trails Committee. “Greetings from your Trails Committee. It’s springtime and we would like to encourage all our residents to try and not drive on each Thursday for the entire summer. Please ride your bike or walk on Thursday, at least. Thank you.”
Heather Nelson, a Glenwood Middle School honor roll student, recently skated in the 2003 Denver Invitational at the South Suburban Ice Arena. She placed first in her preliminary ladies compulsory moves and second in the preliminary ladies spin competitions. She has been a member of the Skating Club of Vail for three years. Heather will be competing in July at the Vail Invitational and moving up to the pre-juvenile level.
Kudos to Cook, Sims
Dave Cook of Parachute won best of show at the Palisade Art Lover’s 23rd annual Peach Blossom show. P.J. Sims won third in the advanced category.
A total of 75 artists entered more than 250 paintings.
Gunter and Robinson engaged
Seth Martin Gunter, son of George and Mary Gunter of Silt, and Shelly Bea Robinson, daughter of J. R. Robinson and Kristi Gill, announce their coming marriage.
Shelly is a graduate of Rifle High School and has missioned in Argentina, Nepal, Mexico, Thailand, the Philippines and Ecuador after attending Texas Bible Institute and Domatta School of Missions.
Seth graduated from Yampah Mountain High School, enlisted in the U.S. Navy and served on board the minesweeper USS Devastator from Feb. 11, 1998, to Feb. 12, 2002. He is now employed by CTL-Thompson as a quality assurance field technician, assisting in the completion of the Highway 82 Snowmass Canyon Project.
The ceremony will be at 1 p.m. on Saturday, May 3, in the New Creation Church, officiated by Pastor Mark Bentliff.
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