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Family and friends of LaMar and Joan Podbevsek invite all their past and present acquaintances to join them in celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, July 9, at their home, located at 3243 D3/4 Road in Clifton.

LaMar and Joan were married in Glenwood Springs on July 12, 1955. They lived in Glenwood and owned and operated Troy Dry Cleaners from 1964 until they retired and moved to Clifton in 2003.

Natalie Lancaster, 2002 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and a senior at the University of Northern Colorado, was selected to be a member of Mortar Board, a national college senior honor society.

She was also chosen as a Departmental Scholar in the human services, gerontology department. In addition, she was awarded a scholarship by the Greeley Senior Weld Foundation.

Ted and Laura Cantrell are celebrating their 50th wedding anniversary today, July 3, 2005.

They would like to thank all their family and friends who joined them for a wonderful anniversary celebration on June 25. They would also like to thank Colorado Rocky Mountain School and everyone that helped make their day so great.

The Cantrells’ family says, “Mom and Dad, we love you and happy anniversary.”

The IBC Education Foundation and Colorado’s Independent Community Banks are pleased to announce that Kyle Sanderson won the 10th annual statewide scholarship competition. Kyle was sponsored by Alpine Bank and selected from more than 70 applicants. Kyle has been accepted to the Colorado School of Mines and plans to pursue a degree in civil engineering.

Air Force Cadet Steven M. Warrington is the recipient of the “Outstanding Former Regular Enlisted Cadet Graduating with Highest Class Honors” award, and a distinguished graduate with military distinction.

Warrington is pursing a degree in meteorology at the academy.

He is the son of Jim and Joann Warrington, of Glenwood Springs, and a 1999 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School.

Krystal Green, right, of Rifle’s Future Farmers of America chapter, helps out Dr. Carter with an animal. Green has been named the state winner for the Small Animal Production and Care at the FFA convention held June 7-9 in Fort Morgan. She will represent Colorado at the FFA’s national competition.

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