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Glenwood Springs most eagerly anticipated adult spelling bee is scheduled for Friday, March 6, at the Hotel Colorado. Spellebration 2009: Make a Flap about Literacy provides a full range of entertainment as three-person teams challenge each other for bragging rights as the best spellers in Garfield County. The years event theme celebrates the best of the Roaring 20s, and teams are encouraged to participate in costume. Spellebration is the major fundraising event benefiting Literacy Outreach and CMCs Learning Labs.Sponsors, spelling teams, silent auction donations and volunteers are still needed. Please call Literacy Outreach Director Martha Fredendall at 945-5282.

Energy Medicine Master Healer Catherine L. Morgan will teach techniques to quiet thought processes, intentionally release issues and regenerate with mother earth energy at the free Grounding Meditation With Mother Earth workshop from 4-6 p.m. Sunday, March 8, at The WIN Institute in Basalt.Musical guests include Barry Chapman, Conor Johnson and Steve Cook on the gong and drum.Catherine is also offering an Energy Medicine Level 1 course for beginners from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday, March 22, at the WIN Institute.Call Catherine at 274-1625 for more information.

WindWalkers equine assisted learning and therapy provides comprehensive prevention and intervention treatment through therapeutic riding activities, and serves children, youth, adults and families who are facing physical disabilities or emotional, behavioral and social development challenges.WindWalkers is hosting a fundraising effort from March 1-10 in which donations are matched 1.5 to 1 from Susan and Wilson Lyle and the Bruce R. Halle Family Foundation challenge grant.Call Molly Robison at 963-2909 or mail donations to WindWalkers, 3059 County Road 103, Unit #3, Carbondale, CO 81623.

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