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Special to the Post IndependentSgt. Levy Burris, left, from the Glenwood Springs Police Department, receives a check for $767.50 for youth activities from Safeway manager Chris Barakat and assistant manager John Davis. Store employees raised the money, which will be used for activities such as the Bicycle Rodeo, Skate Night and National Night Out. The Glenwood Springs Police Department would like to thank all who have contributed to these activities.

Jennifer Eastman, daughter of Brian and Deanna Eastman, of Parachute, was honored by Union University of Jackson, Tenn., on May 4. Eastman is a 2001 graduate of Rifle High School. She earned a Zeta Tau Alpha Award for graduating summa cum laude with the highest rank on the Jackson campus.

Eastman also won an Academic Excellence medal, an award presented to the graduating senior with the highest grade-point average in each discipline. She is a public relations/advertising major.

Union University is a private, liberal arts university affiliated with the Tennessee Baptist Convention.

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