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Logan Draves, son of David and Roxanne Draves, of Carbondale, and a 2000 graduate of Roaring Fork High School, graduated June 1 from the United States Air Force Academy, with a bachelor of science degree in civil engineering and a commission as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force.

Following graduation he will enjoy a 60-day leave before reporting to Andrews Air Force Base near Washington, D.C. He will begin his pilot training at Vance AFB, Okla., in January 2006.

Barry and Anne Andersen, of New Castle, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Heather Anne Andersen, to Harley Dan Sutton, son of Dale Sutton, of Collbran, and Dianna Sutton, of Buna, Texas.

Heather is currently attending Colorado State University in Fort Collins. Harley is a private first class in the U.S. Marine Corps and is currently stationed at Camp Pendleton in southern California.

The couple is planning a wedding ceremony for the summer of 2006.

Robert Lawton, Tom Weir, Dale and Dorothy Snearly enjoyed a fun and informative State Lions Convention, hosted by the noon Canon City Lions Club, May 19-22 in Canon City. Special emphasis was given to the Lions Club mission as “Knights of the Blind.”

Military members received honors and pins on Armed Forces Day.

Scott Allen Siegel and Natalie Frances Gore, of New Castle, Jan. 7, 2005

Mark J. Boland and Kristyn L. Monroe, of New Castle, Jan. 7, 2005

Alberto Macario Pena Arvizo and Guadalupe Flores, of Northglenn and Edwards, Jan. 7, 2005

Craig Eugene Veatch and Alexis Marie Harder, of Rifle, Jan. 7, 2005

Mario Alberto Carmona and Norma Vanessa Vazquez, of Rifle, Jan. 10, 2005

Donald Christopher Worton and Alicia Berlinda Gonzalez, of New Castle and Rifle, Jan. 11, 2005

Juergen Alexander Michael Dahl and Susanne Christina Rill, of Parachute, Jan. 10, 2005

Andrew John Potter and Sally Latham Mcintyre, of New Castle, Jan. 8, 2005

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