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Submitted PhotoColorado Farm Bureau Insurance agents Boyd Bierbaum, left, and Kay Force present Terry Shanahan, of YouthZone, a check to assist with YouthZone programming.

YouthZone recently received welcome funding from the Glenwood Springs Farm Bureau office. Each local office designated a nonprofit organization to receive funding it received from the Colorado Farm Bureau’s statewide “County Way of Life” calendar contest. Calendars are on sale at any YouthZone office, and all proceeds from sales will be used to assist young people through YouthZone programs.

Dear Editor,

It’s that time of the year again when I would like to send greetings to my son Kenneth, his wife, Jill, and granddaughters, Elle and Kailey. We hope you have a wonderful holiday, and that Santa was very good to you.

Lots of love and kisses,

Nana (Anne Murphy), Grandad, Kyra, Richard Johnny, Sally Ann Ruairi, Jenny and Rob

Blackrock, Dublin

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