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Earlier this month Colorado Mountain Express held a food drive for LIFT-UP at the City Market stores up and down the Roaring Fork Valley. With the help of Girl Scout troops 209, 261, 263, 264, 265, 266 and 273, two vans full of food were collected and delivered to LIFT-UP.

Frank McPheron, a 2004 Grand Valley High School graduate, graduated from basic military training at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas. McPheron earned two credits toward an associate degree through the Community College of the Air Force for completing the training. McPheron is the son of Vicky Rickstrew of Parachute.

Jeremy Bradshaw is pleased to announce the birth of his little sister, Emily Sarah Bradshaw. She was born July 30, 2004, at Presbyterian St. Luke’s Medical Center in Denver. She weighed 2 pounds, 9 ounces, and was 15 inches long. Emily was three months early, but is home now and doing great. Emily’s parents are Pete and Laura Bradshaw, of Rifle. Her grandparents are Larry and Lilas Robinson and Bob and Barbara Bradshaw, all of Glenwood Springs. Her great-grandparents are LaVeta Davis, of Glenwood Springs, and Ivan and Doris Bartels, of Mitchell, S.D.

Ken and Maxine Stein are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Joy, to Dave Fautsko. Dave is the son of Carol Kraig, of Steamboat Springs, and Timm Fautsko and Marianne O’Carroll, of Glenwood Springs. Laura works at WestStar Bank, and Dave owns Fautsko Stone and Tile. The couple is planning a January wedding in Glenwood Springs.

Gabriel Paul Lindstrom and Jaclyn Kae Pederson, of Tucson, Ariz., June 26, 2004

Ronald Joseph Steinbach and Maria DeJesus Nevarez-Prieto, of New Castle, June 25, 2004

Jonathan Elie Wachtel and Jennifer Germaine Jessup, of Glenwood Springs, June 28, 2004

David Parker Briscoe and Kimberly Anne Houghton, of Carbondale, June 19, 2004

Mark Everett Northcutt and Denneane Anne Conn, of Rifle, July 10, 2004

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