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Air Force Airman Katie E. Drudge has graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base in San Antonio.Drudge is the daughter of Mark Drudge of Newton, Iowa; and sister of Kelly Stover of Glenwood Springs.

Meredith Oakes, of Glenwood Springs, is in Galveston Island as part of a team of National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) members responding to Hurricane Ike relief efforts. Oakes and her team arrived in Galveston on Sept. 16, and have been working 12-hour shifts at the Emergency Operations Call Center for the city of Galveston. She is part of the Eastern Region NCCC contingent of more than 150 people working in Texas with the Red Cross, FEMA, and the Texas OneStar Foundation.Since January, Oakes has been helping communities around the country on various projects. This latest assignment is part of the NCCCs disaster response efforts.

Renick Stevenson invites community members to participate in one of the Center for the Arts most artistic community-based projects, Doorways to a Healthy Community. Habitat for Humanity has donated seven doors to be painted by members of the community. After these doors are painted, they will be a part of the centers silent auction. All proceeds from this auction will benefit Habitat for Humanity, Mountain Valley and other community-based projects.Community members will be provided with paint and doors, and may also use their own supplies if they wish to. Paintings must be kept appropriate and friendly, as they will be displayed at the center for this showing. Pick up a door as soon as possible. The fully painted finished doors must be submitted to the art center no later then Oct. 23.The silent auction will be held from Oct. 24-31.For more information, call 945-2414.Renick Stevenson invites community members to participate in one of the Center for the Arts most artistic community-based projects, Doorways to a Healthy Community. Habitat for Humanity has donated seven doors to be painted by members of the community. After these doors are painted, they will be a part of the centers silent auction. All proceeds from this auction will benefit Habitat for Humanity, Mountain Valley and other community-based projects.Community members will be provided with paint and doors, and may also use their own supplies if they wish to. Paintings must be kept appropriate and friendly, as they will be displayed at the center for this showing. Pick up a door as soon as possible. The fully painted finished doors must be submitted to the art center no later then Oct. 23.The silent auction will be held from Oct. 24-31.For more information, call 945-2414.


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