Memories & Milestones |

Memories & Milestones

Edited by Kay VasilakisGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

MaiLe Lin Keller graduated from the University of Northern Colorado on May 10, with a bachelor of arts degree in visual arts with an emphasis in painting.She is the daughter of Larry Keller of Glenwood Springs and a 2004 Glenwood Springs High School graduate.MaiLe is moving to Phoenix to pursue her masters of fine arts degree in painting at Arizona State University in Tempe.

Hansen Nordsiek of Glenwood Springs, was named to the spring 2008 deans list at Michigan Technological University. He is a senior majoring in physics.

Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Hesselberg of Rifle and Jane Sims of Colorado Springs are pleased to announce the engagement of Blake R. Hesselberg and Christine M. Olson of Colorado Springs.Christine graduated from Onate High School in Las Cruces, N.M., then received training and graduated from Highland Hills Beauty Academy in Greeley. She works as a stylist at Montage Salon and Spa in Colorado Springs.Blake is a Rifle High School graduate and received a a bachelor of arts in geography and a masters in curriculum and instruction at the University of Colorado of Colorado Springs. He is now a fifth-grade teacher at Eagleside Elementary School in Fountain.They will be wed on June 28 at the Rifle Creek Golf Course.

Sopris Elementary School fifth-grader Morgan Patch was the winner of the schools Tar Wars poster competition, a tobacco-free education program designed to teach kids about negative effects of tobacco use.The education program is conducted at school, state and national levels, and is followed by a poster contest. Morgans poster was forwarded to Denver, where she won second place out of 35 state elementary schools and 12,000 participants statewide.

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