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Imondi makes Dean’s List

Victor Imondi of Rifle was named to the Dean’s List at Colorado School of Mines for the 2004 spring semester. Victor earned a grade point average of 3.5 or better to make the list. Victor’s parents, Bob and Val Imondi, brothers Robert and Ryan and grandparents Victor and Lois Gabossi are very proud. Way to go Victor!

Van Meter flies



Cody Van Meter’s lifelong dream came true on June 6 when he received his private pilot license from Embry Riddle Aeronautical University in Daytona Beach, Fla. Cody will go on for his commercial pilot license and a bachelor’s degree in aeronautical science. Cody, a 2003 Bridges High School graduate, is the son of Jim and Bobbie Van Meter.

GWS Art Guild members win



The Glenwood Springs Art Guild is proud to announce the winners for two great art shows. At the 32nd annual Edge of Cedars Art Exhibit in May Arlene Law won third in the professional category for mixed media, Celine Krueger took second in the professional category for watercolor, Nancy Martin took an honorable mention in the professional category for a watermedia, Portia Griefenberg took second place in the professional category for oil, and Cynthia Thomas took an honorable mention in the professional category for her watercolor.

The Glenwood Springs Art Guild also had winners at the Montrose Visual Arts Guild art show in May. Betty Solowitz took an honorable mention in the advanced category for her mixed media; Jane Seglem took third place and an honorable mention in the professional category for her water media; Portia Griefenberg took Best of Show in the professional category for her oil; Mary Lou Felton took an honorable mention in the professional category for her oil; Ann Lieber took second place in the advanced category for her water media; Nancy Martin took first place in the professional category for her water media, and Cynthia Thomas took a third place in the professional category for her water media. Congratulations to all Glenwood’s winners!

Cemetery Clean-up thanks!

The young men of Boy Scout troop 225 and their parent volunteers did a fantastic job during Frontier Historical Society’s Linwood Cemetery cleanup day May 22. The troop helped create a new entrance into the cemetery, leveled a gigantic headstone, hauled dirt and helped to erect a new flagpole. The old flag was retired in a very moving ceremony the scouts performed.

The Frontier Historical Society wants to thank the troop and all of the others who volunteered a Saturday to ready the cemetery for Memorial Day.

Morford-Meeney wedding

Kristy Morford and Justin Meeney are proud to announce their upcoming wedding.

They will be married at 1 p.m. July 4 at the Debeque Community Center. They invite friends and family to attend the event.

er media, and Cynthia Thomas took a third place in the professional category for her water media. Congratulations to all Glenwood’s winners!

Morford-Meeney wedding

(Photo: Morford-Meeney)

Kristy Morford and Justin Meeney are proud to announce thier wedding. The will be married at 1 p.m. July 4, at the Debeque Community Center. They invite friends and family to attend the event.

Cemetery Clean-up Thanks!

(Photos: Scouts salute the new flag, leveling the walsh headstone)

The young men of Boy Scout troop 225 and their parent volunteers did a fantastic job during Frontier Historical Society’s Linwood Cemetery clean-up day May 22. The troop helped create a new entrance into the cemetery, levelled a gigantic headstone, hauled dirt and helped to erect a new flagpole. The old flag was retired in a very moving ceremony the scouts performed. The Frontier Historical Society wants to thank the troop and all of the others who volunteered a Saturday to ready the cemetery for Memorial Day.


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