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Mailbag 11/11

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GSHS FBLA to FLCAcronyms aside, eight members of Glenwood Springs High’s Future Business Leaders of America chapter attended the Fall Leadership Conference in Grand Junction Oct. 13. Members attended leadership workshops and even held FBLA Olympics! Wayne CarnahanWayne Carnahan has been ill recently. He and his wife, Dawn, are having a difficult time. Folks who would like to help Wayne and Dawn out, with a note or encouragement or a contribution, can sent them to: Darcy Croissant c/o Dawn Carnahan, 0134 Ptarmigan Drive, Glenwood Springs, CO 81601. Information: 945-1404.Grace’s graceGrace Sparhawk of Carbondale is Literacy Outreach’s “Tutor of the Month” for November. Grace moved to Colorado on a Monday and began her tutor training on Wednesday. That was four years ago and she hasn’t slowed down since! Every Monday evening she can be found at Colorado Mountain College Lappala Center in Carbondale helping someone with his or her reading and language skills. Grace is kind, patient, and has a great sense of humor. “Students don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care,” says Grace. Congratulations Grace! Grace Sparhawk of Carbondale is Literacy Outreach’s “Tutor of the Month” for November. Grace moved to Colorado on a Monday and began her tutor training on Wednesday. That was four years ago and she hasn’t slowed down since! Every Monday evening she can be found at Colorado Mountain College Lappala Center in Carbondale helping someone with his or her reading and language skills. Grace is kind, patient, and has a great sense of humor. “Students don’t care how much you know until they know how much you care,” says Grace. Congratulations Grace!


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