Cub cake creationsThe Cub Scouts in Pack 225 each baked a cake to be auctioned off at Glenwood Springs, Colorado Elk’s Lodge 2286 last Saturday. The cakes raised $1700 Pack 225. Brian Brent’s chocolate cornucopia cake won first place and took home an astounding $280. Kyle Snyder won second for his house cake (complete with two-car garage), and Ben Birkenfeld won third for his green caterpillar cake.Rachel Viola HallBill and Mary Beth hall of Silt welcomed their new daughter Rachel Viola Hall on Nov. 16, at Valley View Hospital. Rachel weighed 7 pounds, 1 ounce, and was 20 inches long. Rachel is the granddaughter of Viola Hunt of Fairbanks, AK, and Jim Hall of Enterprise, Ore. and his late wife Nancy. Egan and Hansen win CSU scholarshipsJoel Egan, a 1998 Yampah Mountain High School graduate, has been awarded the Roger and Connie Hoffer Geospatial Science Scholarship in the amount of $1,000 from the college of natural resources at Colorado State University. Joel, a forestry major, is the son of Cheri Cross and Gary Egan from Fort Collins.Jesse Garner Hansen, a 2004 Glenwood Springs High School graduate, won the $1,000 Margery Monfort Wilson Scholarship from the college of applied human sciences at Colorado State University. Hansen, the son of Gary and Pat Hansen of Glenwood Springs, is a health and exercise science major.Recent marriagesEdmundo Munoz, Jr. and Tania Cristina Mendoza Olivas, of Carbondale, July 16, 2004Steven Richard Irish and Christy Kay Shoemaker, of La Jolla, Calif., July 17, 2004.Jason Herman Kreiling and Jessica Suzanne Wendel, of Glenwood Springs, June 26, 2004.Kevin Michael Lane and Britney Dawn Riegel, of New Castle, July 20, 2004.Bradlee Michael Sheftick and Kasandra Lyn Murphy, of Lawton, Okla., July 17, 2004.Wade Owen Springer and Merikae Porter, of Mesa, July 3, 2004.Forrest K. Sheets and Jennifer E. Maher, of Rifle, June 26, 2004Joshua Scoot Raskopf and Jenna Leah Rocco, of Carbondale, June 26, 2004Darren Michael Menu and Jessica Nicole Fusilier, of Rifle, June 5, 2004
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