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Post Independent
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

The President of the F. O. E. And long time member of the B.P.O.E. Terry Kramer passed away unexpectedly in April and a scholarship fund has been started in his name. If you wish to help with the scholarship, you may do so by giving to the Terry Kramer Fund at American National Bank Glenwood at 2624 S. Grand Ave. Or you can send your check to P.O. Box 986, Glenwood Springs, CO. 81602

The Kramer Scholarship is dedicated to those who wish to become fine wood craftsmen or women, as was Terry. Terry’s skill with wood was renowned and his love of all his neighbors was too. He dedicated tons of time on behalf of children and his neighbors. This scholarship is designed to be perpetual. We think its fitting that a wood crafts-person will spring from the memory of this wonderful man.

Thanks for your support. If you have questions, you may call Randy Smith at 970-948-5953



Randy Smith

I am most appreciative of the article written by Kay Vasilakis on my new book, Artful Dreaming, and the first book signing event. Due to the article, the night was a great success and we sold all the books. Many attendees said Kay’s article really made them want to buy the book. For those who came after we sold out, the next signing will be May 29 at 5 p.m. at the Book Train in Glenwood. I can’t thank you enough for supporting the arts locally.



Wewer Keohane

Carbondale


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