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Memories & Milestones

The American Legion Auxiliary Post #100 of Carbondale delivered more than 2,000 cookies on March 28 to the National Disabled Veterans Winter Sports Clinic in Snowmass. The ladies baked and packaged the cookies for the vets for the second year in a row. A special thanks goes out to Tracey Gates and Midge Wampler of Carbondale who baked 70 dozen.

Susan Keese Alexander and John Throop Mount of Glenwood Springs, were married March 28, 2009, at Old Dominion Plantation, Edisto Island, S.C. The Rev. Dr. Darrell Eugene Mount, father of the groom, performed the 3 oclock ceremony. Susan is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sanders Bouknight of Lexington, S.C., and Dr. and Mrs. Milton Donald Alexander Jr. of Columbia, S.C. She received her undergraduate degree in psychology from Carroll College in Helena, Mont., and her graduate degree in mental health counseling and expressive therapy from Lesley University in Boston. She is a school counselor at Riverside Middle School in New Castle.The groom is the son of The Rev. Dr. and Mrs. Darrell Eugene Mount of Denver. He received his undergraduate degree in sports medicine and his graduate degree in linguistics from Colorado State University. He is an ELL teacher and soccer coach at Glenwood Springs High School in Glenwood Springs.After a wedding trip to the Pacific Northwest, the couple will reside in Glenwood Springs.

Rachel Koning and Robert Rapp of Avon recently announced their engagement in Laguna Niguel, Calif. A June 2010 wedding is planned.Rachels mom is Caren Koning of Chicago, and Roberts parents are Suzanne Rosenbarker and Bob Rapp of Old Orchard Beach, Maine, and Baldwinsville, N.Y.Rachel is a graduate of Mesa State College and is a teacher. Robert is a graduate of Paul Smiths College and works in guest services.

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