Valley View Hospital drew the winners to its annual auxiliary raffle earlier this month to the delight of three lucky winners. Mary Tencza won a quilt, Erick Martinez won $500 cash, and Liz Lidke won a $100 savings bond. The money raised goes back to the hospital and community in health science education. This year the auxiliary gave $30,000 to the Valley View Hospital Planetree HealthSource Library and $20,000 into scholarships to continuing education or pursuing an education in the health sciences field, in 2004.
Felix Martinez and Jennifer Katheleen Doyle, of Rifle, August 2, 2004
Christian L. Clark and Tina Kae Moore, of New Castle, August 2, 2004
Delfino Pinela and Delia Rocio Merax Saenz, of Carbondale, August 3, 2004
Paul Ray Harvey and Katherine Picola, of Glenwood Springs, July 31, 2004
Thomas John Simms and Elizabeth Katherine Raymond, of Glenwood Springs, August 4, 2004.
Daniel Lee Nicol and Silvia Barajas, of Glenwood Springs, August 5, 2004.
Norberto Monreal and Yolanda Talingo Aquire, of Rifle, June 6, 2004.
Abraham Sanchez Pineda and Mercedes Gonzales, of Carbondale, August 6, 2004.
Andrew Paul Reeves and Kamehl Marie Thompson, of Silt, July 17, 2004.
Jose Membreno Lopez and Claudia Raquel Garcia Portillo, of Basalt, August 6, 2004.
Richard John Hossli and Katherine J. Ferres, of Carbondale, August 4, 2004.
Joshua Brett Stover and Kelly Marie Drudge, of Glenwood Springs, July 10, 2004.
Mark Allen Hardy and Roberta R. Baumann, of Dinosaur, August 9, 2004.
Mark Davis Strickland and Linda Marie Geisler, of New Castle, July 31, 2004.
Scott R. Webb and Rosemary Elaine Ryan, of Rifle, August 7, 2004.
Nicolas Pinela and Claudia Nies Burgess, of Rifle, August 31, 2004.
Mark Batmale and Ann Elizabeth Hoghaug, of Glenwood Springs, August 21, 2004.
Henry Floyd Smith, Jr. and Victoria Antoinette Martinez, of Rifle, August 28, 2004.
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