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Rachel graduates from Northern ColoradoRachel Schettig, of Glenwood Springs, recently graduated from the University of Northern Colorado cum laude with a bachelor’s in interdisciplinary studies, elementary education with an emphasis in history. Rachel has come back to Glenwood Springs and is a substitute teacher in Re-1. She’s the daughter of Bill and Joan Schettig, also of Glenwood Springs.Kimo Keali’i CaninoLind and Candy Canino of Glenwood Springs welcomed Kimo Keali’i Canino, a new baby boy, to the family Oct. 18. Kimo weighed 5 pounds, 11 ounces and was 17 inches long. Kimo’s older sister is 18-month-old Allie Malia. Kimo should have plenty of love with grandparents Lind and Sharleen Canino of Virginia Beach, Va., and Mike and Sharon Joreski of Samson, Ala.; great-grandparents Katie Joreski of Port Clinton, Ohio, and Allie and Barbara Oakes of Norfolk, Va.; and great-great-grandmother Jane Wilcox of New Bedford, Mass. Barbara honored for music commitmentThe Congregational Church of the Valley honored its musical maestro, Barbara Eanes, recently. Barbara was a longtime music teacher when she started to share her talent with the church almost 20 years ago. Barbara hasn’t hung up her hat yet, the church just thought it was time to honor her. Church and community members still have many years of Barbara encouraging them to show off their hidden talents on stage. The Congregational Church of the Valley honored its musical maestro, Barbara Eanes, recently. Barbara was a longtime music teacher when she started to share her talent with the church almost 20 years ago. Barbara hasn’t hung up her hat yet, the church just thought it was time to honor her. Church and community members still have many years of Barbara encouraging them to show off their hidden talents on stage.


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