Saturday Spotlight Q&A
Occupation: Director of Customer Service for CQG in Glenwood SpringsAge: 44Place of Birth: Pueblo, Colo. When did you move to Garfield County and why? I moved to Garfield County about 21 years ago and I moved here to get married. First thing youd buy after winning the lottery? I would buy beautiful ranchland in Colorado so I could leave it as ranches so it didnt get subdivided and filled with big-box stores. Favorite fashion designer brand: Ann Taylor. Best vacation ever: Best vacation spot is probably Vancouver Island. What do you do in your spare time? My husband and I hike, ski, we love to garden, grow flowers, trees, pumpkins. Im fascinated by growing things. Greatest accomplishment: My greatest accomplishment is the fact that I have a very close relationship with my 16-year-old daughter, which I think is quite a lot to say because its hard for most mothers to have when their daughters are 16. Ever had a book, movie or news event change your life? One day reading about civilian and U.S. soldier casualties in Iraq I think did change my life because it made me absolutely sure (that) probably in my heart Im a pacifist. I dont believe killing people brings about peace. Best piece of advice youve ever received or a clich you live by: Never wear white shoes after Labor Day. As a child, what did you want to be when you grew up? I wanted to be the tri-county underwater bee-bee stacking champion. And I never accomplished that. If you had only three TV channels, what would you watch? I dont watch TV. Any tattoos? No. If you could invite any three people to dinner, who would they be, what would you serve and what would you talk about? I think I would invite my grandparents to dinner. None of them are alive. Whats the greatest invention of all time? The flush toilet. Favorites:Movie: As Good as it GetsBreakfast Cereal: Frosted Mini-WheatsSong: Bridge over Troubled Water by Simon and Garfunkel. Athlete: John ElwayFood: Dark chocolateWeb site: Amazon.comPlace in Garfield County: Grizzly Creek hiking trailSport to watch: High school cheer competition
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The Glenwood Springs City Council approved the annexation and rezoning of nearly 16 acres in West Glenwood for the proposed 480 Donegan project.