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Mountain Mailbag

Edited by Kay Vasilakis
Submitted PhotoMegan McGrath and Chip, the CU mascot

Megan McGrath, a 2002 GSHS graduate, made the deans list at the Leeds School of Business at the University of Colorado, Boulder, for the spring 2005 semester. She was also selected to be a CU Buffs cheerleader for the 2005-06 sports season.

Family and friends of Ruth Lawson are invited to honor her on her 80th birthday at an open house from 1-4 p.m. Saturday at the Rifle Senior Center.

Paul Denning, president and CEO of Western Rockies Federal Credit Union, is retiring on June 30, after serving credit union members for more than 20 years.Western Rockies Federal Credit Union is a not-for-profit 501(c)3 financial cooperative owned by, and operated for, members in Mesa, Garfield, Pitkin and Eagle counties.

The law firm of Kaufman & Kaufman LLC, and Club Rotario de Roaring Fork, are proud to award the Crow Canyon Archeological Scholarship to Isis Marquez, age 12, from Glenwood Springs. Isis was outfitted with excavation equipment, wardrobe and climactic controls for desert environment, in addition to having her tuition paid to the archeological expedition to Crow Canyon in southwest Colorado.

Brad and Ruth Mollman, of New Castle, and Pete and Sharon Mertes, of Rifle, are pleased to announce the engagement of Jonathan Mollman and Sandra Mertes. They will be married at Sunlight Mountain Lodge on Sept. 10, 2005, and will live in Silt. Jonathan graduated from the Academy of Home Education in 2003 and is now a third-year electrical apprentice with the IBEW. Sandra graduated in the Rifle High School Class of 2005, and plans to attend Mesa State College next spring.

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