The noon Rotary Club of Glenwood Springs held their annual winter party at the Cavern’s Exclamation Point Restaurant on Jan. 15. The gala was hosted by Steve and Jeannie Beckley and arranged by Ken Robinson. The noon Rotary Club leads a number of community support programs including funding scholarships for high school seniors and hosting foreign exchange students.
Twenty-eight Glenwood Springs High School students participated in the District Future Business Leaders of America contest, held Monday, Feb. 7, at Two Rivers Convention Center in Grand Junction.
Of the 28 Glenwood participants, 24 placed in the top ten in their categories, and 12 qualified to compete at the state level.
Glenwood Springs High School students qualifying for the Colorado State FBLA Convention, to be held April 17-19 in Vail, are: Eric Whiting, Marcus Bosco, Scott Straus, Zac Parsons, Manon Jacob, Tiffany Richardson, Morgan Rossow, Tyler Mitchell, Seth Carmitchel, Ashley Mays, Lisa Saathoff, and Kayla Fisher.
Valentine Love Notes in the Glenwood Springs Post Independent are now available. Tell your friends and loved ones how much you care. Love notes will appear in the GSPI in print and online Monday, Feb. 14. They will stay online for two weeks.
Go to http://www.postindependent.com/section/classifieds to place your love note, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 945-9937. The deadline is 4 p.m. Friday.
On Jan. 22, William L. Scoggins and Judy McClellan were united in marriage at the Rocky Mountain Baptist Church in Rifle. After a trip to Hawaii, Kauai and Oahu, they returned to Rifle where they will reside.
Other recent marriages: Oracio Bernardo Sanchez and Jeanette Marie Asselin, of Parachute, Oct. 5, 2004
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