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Special to the Post IndependentThe Carbondale Middle School Wolverines Chess Team successfully defended its PEG league championship last week, coming from behind to win over scrappy Riverside. The Wolverines defeated Glenwood, Parachute, Eagle Valley, Basalt and Gypsum, and played Riverside to a 9-9 draw. They recorded 46 wins, nine draws, and eight losses, scoring 101 points.

Terick Albert, of Aspen, class of 1995, and Kimberly Padilla, of Glenwood Springs, class of 1996, will be married on May 20.

The wedding will be at the Heather Farm Park Rose Garden in Walnut Creek, Calif. The couple will reside in Walnut Creek.

Glenwood Springs Masonic Lodge 65 hosted a dinner to recognize outstanding students, educator, and one of their own for service to Masonry on May 5 at the Masonic Lodge.

Kalee Fisher received the Ralph R. Sample Masonic Memorial Scholarship. Cassidy Willey, of Glenwood Springs High School, was selected as Outstanding Junior, and Bill Zambelli, principal of Kathryn Senor Elementary, was recognized as Outstanding Educator in the Re-2 school district. Dr. Faye Law was presented his 50-year service award to Masonry by Richard W. Schmidt, Most Worshipful Grand Master of Colorado.

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