Mountain Mailbag

Special to the Post IndependentSummer reading buddies: William Carlson meets his new summer "reading buddy," William Rabbit.

Lindsey Anne Chadwick, daughter of Glenn and Kristen Chadwick, of Glenwood Springs, recently graduated from Whitman College with a double major in mathematics and comparative religious studies. She was a 2001 graduate of Colorado Rocky Mountain School. After working this summer for Outward Bound of Colorado, she will bework for Whitman College as a residence hall director for the next school year.

Paul and Charleen Bagley are celebrating 50 years of marriage. Friends and family are invited to join them from 1-4 p.m. Sunday at the Silt Fire Department to help celebrate their joy. No gifts, please.

Travis and Mandy Tiffany, of Silt, are pleased to announce the birth of their daughter, Tabor Reece Tiffany, at 3:43 a.m. on May 30, 2005, at Valley View Hospital. She weighed 8 pounds, 15 ounces and was 201⁄4 inches long at birth.

Proud big brother is 3-year-old Dillon, and grandparents are Sandy and Morris Mitchell, and Pat and Larry Tiffany, all of Silt.

The following local students from Glenwood Springs received degrees at the University of Northern Colorado’s commencement ceremonies May 6 and 7: Maria W. Hauskins, B.A., journalism; Nichole Ivie, B.A., dietetics; William C. Woertz, B.A., visual arts.

Dustin Burner, 16, of Rifle, will be traveling to Columbia, Mo., at the end of June to represent Colorado at the National Archery Competition.

Dustin joined the Future Sportsmen 4-H Shooting Club two years ago, and has excelled at archery and shotgun. His first year, he placed fourth in state competition in the junior division. His second year, he moved up to senior division and placed second in the state.

Dustin will be a junior at Rifle High School in the fall. He is the son of Mark and Julie Burner.

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