Memories & Milestones
Please join the Dodson family to celebrate the 90th birthday of lifetime Garfield County resident Stanley Dodson. The party will be held from 4-7 p.m. Saturday, May 31, at the Glenwood Elks Lodge #2286 in West Glenwood Springs.No gifts, please.
The Glenwood Springs Art Guild congratulates the 2008 Grant-In-Aid Scholarship winners, graduating seniors from Basalt to Parachute who are planning to take art classes in higher education as a full-time or part-time student. The Nancy Piper Memorial Grant is awarded to a student who plans to major in art. Nancy Piper Memorial art education grant winner: Christopher Unger of Silt, Crossroads Academy. Jan Worden continuing education grant winners: $1,000 winner – Annie Tempest of Carbondale, Roaring Fork High School; $750 winner – Dillon Martin of Glenwood Springs, Glenwood Springs High School; Honorable Mention – Rebecca Roeber of Carbondale, Roaring Fork High School.
The ornery old fart made it to 90! His daughters invite you to celebrate with Willie at an open house from 1-4 p.m. Sunday, June 1, at the Rifle Senior Center, 50 Ute Ave. in Rifle. No gifts, please, but practical jokers encouraged.Glenda Antonelli, Silt
Mary Louise Grange of Basalt graduated cum laude from Mesa State College May 17, 2008, with a bachelor of arts degree in English with a concentration in literature. She was also distinguished as an ambassador and a member of the International English Honor Society – Sigma Tau Delta.Mary is the daughter of Jimmy (deceased) and Tina Grange of Basalt, and is a 2004 home-schooled graduate.Mary will continue her studies this fall at Indiana University in Bloomington to earn a master’s degree in library science.
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