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The Flat Tops Rodeo Bible Camp 2007 is a Christian sportscamp for cowgirls and cowboys, to be held June 4-7 in Rifle. It is an opportunity to learn a specific rodeo skill or improve skill levels with experienced rodeo cowgirls and cowboys, and a time to develop new friendships.The camp is hosted by The Flat Tops chapter of the Fellowship of Christian Cowboys.Deadline for registration is June 1; call Kendra at 319-9453.

The Glenwood Springs Tourism Board and the Glenwood springs Chamber Resort Association are kicking off the summer season at noon Thursday, May 31, at Rivers restaurant. The new Glenwood Springs brand will be unveiled, a new online reservations and call center will be launched, the Official Guide to Glenwood Springs magazine will be premiered, and a presentation from the Colorado Tourism Organization will be made.Reservations are required. Call 945-6589 or reserve online at and click on the luncheon reservation button.

Western Slope Stompers present Stars in Motion, a clogging recital, at 6 p.m. Saturday, June 2, at the Rifle High School auditorium. For more information, contact Shonna at 984-2265.

Volunteers across the country will be celebrating the 15th annual National Trails Day on Saturday, June 2, and 100 or more volunteers are needed to work on three local trails projects in New Castle, Basalt and Aspen.Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers (RFOV) will sponsor three work days to help improve local community trails, including the Mount Medearis Trail in New Castle, the new Ponderosa nature trail in Basalt and the Ute Trail in Aspen.Volunteers will be treated to training, good exercise and fellowship, breakfast snacks, dinner, T-shirts and the chance at prizes donated by local businesses. To sign up, contact RFOV at 927-8241, or

The Garfield County commissioners proclaimed June to be Garfield County Volunteer Appreciation Month, particularly recognizing all RSVP volunteers.

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