Memories & Milestones
Glenwood Springs Boy Scout Troop 225 recently took an Amtrak train trip to Denver to do some sightseeing.The troop took a surprised VIP tour of the governors office in the state capitol by Scott Hutchings, director of operations and advance for Gov. Bill Ritter. Scott is an Eagle Scout and lived in Rifle, and was thrilled to give the troop a private tour.
The Glenwood Ice U14 girls soccer team capped off its undefeated regular season by winning the Grand Junction Invitational Tournament. The win concludes an incredible run in which the team won four gold medals and two silver medals in tournaments over a three-year period.
Ethan Diaz of Grand Junction turns 7 on June 12.Wishing him a happy birthday, Mom and Dad (Doug and Amanda Diaz) of Grand Junction and the rest of his family.
Cpl. Aaron Fry has served 19 months in Iraq and will be on leave for two weeks over the Independence Day holiday, visiting many friends, family and proud parents, Brian and Linda Fry, of New Castle.Aaron graduated from Glenwood Springs High School in 2003. He is looking forward to the Summer of Jazz, soaking at the Hot Springs Pool, the wild tour at Glenwood Caverns and, of course, the fireworks.He serves in the 5th Marine Headquarters Company, and will return to Iraq after July Fourth.
Denton and Brooke Crofts of Denver are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Stella Avery Crofts, at 4:05 p.m., March 30, 2008. She weighed 5 pounds, 11⁄2 ounces, and was 173⁄4 inches long at birth. Proud grandparents are Larry and Sharon Green of New Castle, Denton Crofts Sr. of Boise, Idaho, and Janet Carlson of Salt Lake City.
Lauren Maggiore, Glenwood Springs High School graduate of 2004, has been named to the College of Arts & Science deans list at CU-Boulder for spring semester 2008. She is the daughter of Linda Maggiore of Glenwood Springs.
Pasang Temba Sherpa, of Glenwood Springs, and Marui Jane Jenkins, of Carbondale, April 28, 2008Jorge Villagrana Frausto and Norma Perales De La Torres, of Rifle, April 29, 2008
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