CMC vet techs take care of pets |

CMC vet techs take care of pets

Members of CMC’s Vet Tech Club visited Mountain Valley Developmental Services to provide vaccinations for three dogs and seven cats. The pets belong to clients of MVDS; the dog in the photo above is named Sparky.CMC’s Vet Tech Club students also bring young farm animals to preschool and elementary schools and conduct dog washes for community outreach projects.Glenwood Kiwanis clean up the InterstateThe Glenwood Springs Kiwanis group cleans itsr adopted portion of Interstate 70 two to three times per year, and it’s a big job to keep up with the amount of trash that accumulates. Recent marriagesMichael Job Perdue and Sarah Ann Hagerty, of Parachute, Sept. 4, 2004Ismael Villegas Marquez and Nancy Cordero Arroyos, of Carbondale, Sept. 8, 2004Mark S. Simon and Karen M. Kotlarchyk, of Glenwood Springs, Oct. 1, 2004Casey E. Hultquist and Danelle R. Kelley, of Rifle, Oct. 11, 2004

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