Memories & Milestones
Jason and Kristina Zwickl, and big brother Carter Zwickl, of Rifle, are pleased to announce the birth of Taylor Bruce Zwickl, at 1:05 a.m. April 5, 2008. He weighed 7 pounds, 3 ounces, and was 19 inches long. Proud grandparents are Bruce and JoAnn Bosworth of Colorado Springs, and Dennis and Michelle Zwickl of Glenwood Springs. Great-grandparents are Lee and Wilma Morgan of Rifle, Betty Zwickl of Mesa, Ariz., and Jack Roe of Syracuse, N.Y.
Stuart Glenn Stapleton, of New Castle, has been named to the 2008 spring Deans List at Elon University in North Carolina.He is the son of Howard and Margo Stapleton and a 2006 graduate of Rifle High School.
For the 2008-2009 academic year, Pinnacol Foundation has awarded $269,500 in scholarships to 94 students whose parents were killed or permanently disabled in work-related accidents in Colorado. Workplace accidents take a severe toll on families, especially the children. Family members struggle financially, physically and emotionally after an accident. The children often take on a lot more responsibility than other kids their age, and the Pinnacol Foundation scholarship seeks to provide these students with the financial support needed to focus on their future. To qualify for a Pinnacol Foundation scholarship, a student must be the natural child, adopted child, or stepchild of a worker killed or permanently disabled in a compensable work-related accident while employed by a Colorado-based business, regardless of insurance carrier. Scholarships are awarded based on the severity of the parents injury, financial need and other factors.Area students receiving scholarships are Daniel Deming of Rifle, Westwood College; Benjamin Fout of Glenwood Springs, Colorado Mountain College; and Westley Fout of Glenwood Springs, Colorado Mountain College.
Katie L. MacGregor has received an Air Force ROTC college scholarship offer to attend a selected host college or university.The cadet was selected to receive the scholarship certificate on the basis of comprehensive tests, high school scholastic achievement and extra-curricular activities. The majority of Air Force ROTC scholarships cover full college/university tuition, provide textbook allowance and pay most laboratory or incidental fees. In addition, at least a $300 tax-free monthly allowance is paid to recipients during the academic year. Upon graduation from college and completion of the ROTC program, the cadet will receive a bachelors degree and a commission of second lieutenant in the Air Force.She is the daughter of Randy D. and Nancy L. MacGregor of Rifle, and is a 2008 graduate of Rifle High School.
Jacy Webb Reynolds of Glenwood Springs has been named to the McNeese State University Presidents Honor List.
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