It’s a girl – times two |

It’s a girl – times two

Proud parents Jory and Tera Childres, of Rifle, announce the birth of their twin daughters, Peyton Rae and Jayden Jaleen Childres. The girls were born on April 6, 2005, at Valley View Hospital. Peyton weighed 5 pounds, 3 ounces, and was 18 inches long. Jayden weighed 4 pounds, 10 ounces, and was 1712 inches long. Proud grandparents are Lee and Vola Mercer, of Silt, and Kristi Wight, of Rifle. Jory and Tera would like to thank the wonderful staff of the Family Birth Place at Valley View Hospital for the excellent care that they received while their daughters were brought into this world.Quincey needs assistanceQuincey Snyder, a Rifle Middle School seventh-grader, has been nominated to represent her school and community at the Junior National Young Leader Conference in Washington, D.C.”Attending this program will allow me to develop my leadership skills to help further serve my community,” Quincey said. “My participation in the Conference depends on whether I can raise $2,484 in sponsorships. My tuition is due no later than May 4. Please contact me or my mom at 625-1792.”Bouncing baby boyMike and Annie Metheny, of Glenwood Springs, announce the birth of their son, Ryan Michael Metheny, at 6:30 a.m. April 5, 2005, at Valley View Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds and was 20 inches long at birth.Ryan’s big brother is 1-year-old T.J. Metheny. His proud grandparents are Tom and Clydette Metheny, of Glenwood Springs, and John and Sissy Dent, of Fort Lupton.Keaton’s growing strongerJoshua and Kim Trevino, of New Castle, proudly announce the birth of their son, Keaton David Trevino, at 5:40 p.m. April 3, 2005. He weighed 6 pounds, 2 ounces, and was 1912 inches long at birth.Grandparents are Susan and Gerald Waters and Kim Trevino, all of New Castle.Keaton had a heart problem and was flown by Flight for Life to Children’s Hospital in Denver. He seems to be gaining strength every day.The family wishes to extend its thanks to everyone for their prayers.Glenwood Springs Middle School needs river rock For more than two years, the Glenwood Springs Middle School Program for Educationally Advanced Kids classes have been building and improving a schoolyard habitat. The habitat provides a home for wildlife as well as a relaxing place for students to learn. This spring, the program is in need of river rock. If you have any river rock that you’re willing to donate and deliver to the school, contact Megan Dean at 384-5530. Recent marriagesGregory Glen Smith and Heather Suzanne Potestio, of Rock Springs, Wyo., and Avondale, Colo., Nov. 18, 2004Thomas Paul Radtke and Maria Teresa Bailey Castillo, of Glenwood Springs, Nov. 21, 2004Robert Belknap Reynolds, Jr. and Carol Ann McCartney, of Glenwood Springs, Nov. 20, 2004Amir Adan Grajalez and Adreanna Marie Gutierrez, of Parachute and Greeley, Nov. 12, 2004Amir Adan Grajalez and Adreanna Marie Gutierrez, of Parachute and Greeley, Nov. 12, 2004

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