Community News & Notes
The Motor Vehicle and Recording Office of the Garfield County Clerks Office in Glenwood Springs and Rifle will be closed except for elections today for the DA recall election.
CMCs Literacy Outreach presents A Loss of Words, a 45-minute literacy video, at 1 p.m. and 7 p.m. Wednesday at the Glenwood Springs Public Library. This program follows four adults as they struggle through eight months of reading instruction. After the presentation, Literacy Outreachs executive director, Martha Fredendall, will lead a discussion on the effects of illiteracy on these students and students in our own communities. Anyone interested in learning more about volunteer literacy tutoring is encouraged to attend one of these presentations. Refreshments will be served. For more information, contact CMCs Literacy Outreach at 945-5282.
Four of Thunder River Theatre Co.s building founders believe that it is important for TRTC to open their new theatre debt-free. To that end local philanthropist Jim Calaway, Alpine Bank CEO Bob Young, TRTC Board Member Dick Stephenson, and the Kruidenier Charitable Foundation teamed up and pledged an additional $50,000 each. The goal behind their additional pledges is a simple one establish a challenge grant for TRTC to take to the community, have it matched, and open debt free. TRTC needs to raise approximately $400,000 to pay for everything, including land and all the expenses associated with opening this facility. This generous $200,000 challenge needs to be matched by the community by April 1, 2006. Starting today, every dollar donated to TRTC is really worth $2. There are several ways to donate and have your name forever associated with this beautiful building. Visit http://www.thunderrivertheatre.com or call 970-309-5398 for even more information.
The Basalt sophomore class is conducting a fundraiser to help pay for the 2006 prom and graduation. Class members will pick up Christmas trees in Willits, Blue Lake and Elk Run on Jan. 7 and 14. Call Seann Goodman at 384-5918 for more details.
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