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submitted photoNathan Workman, a department manager at Wal-Mart in Glenwood Springs, presents a $500 check to Pastor Jeremy Heiser of Mountain View Church recently. Mountain View plans to present gifts to nursing homes.

Mary Vallee Noone of Glenwood Springs has been accepted to St. Lawrence University in Canton, N.Y., as member of the class of 2008.

The Aspen Parks & Recreation department received the Columbine Award from the Colorado Parks and Recreation Association. Aspens Community Campus caught the associations eye with its five playing fields, regulation track, ski trails, NHL ice sheet, climbing tower and sauna.

Colorado Rocky Mountain School held a college open house Sunday. Admissions representatives from 20 colleges and universities spoke with 300 high school students and their parents. Students came from as far as Telluride and Grand Junction to talk to representatives from Yale, Bard, Colby, Middlebury and Sarah Lawrence.

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