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Special to the Post IndependentJeff S. turns 40 Saturday.
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Lordy, Lordy, Look who’s 40!Happy Birthday on Nov. 19Love, your family and friends

Alan and Julie Leslie, of Marble, gave birth to healthy twin girls two months early on Saturday, Nov. 12, after being airlifted to Denver from Glenwood.Zaida Laine Leslie was born at 5:22 p.m. and Nina Hunter Leslie was born at 5:28 p.m. Both girls will remain in the hospital in Denver for many weeks so they can continue to grow.Alan and Julie would like to thank family, friends, air/ambulance staff and the staff at both Valley View Hospital and Presbyterian/St. Lukes for all their support.

Krysta Grigsby, of Glenwood Springs, a 2001 Glenwood Springs High School graduate, just completed training with Continental Airlines as a flight attendant, and graduated on Nov. 10, 2005, in Houston. She is based in Newark, N.J.She is the daughter of Lesyle and Bill Hoover, of Glenwood Springs.



Andrew and Jacki Self welcomed Emma Riley Self into the world at 9:58 p.m. on Nov. 4, 2005. She weighed 8 pounds and was 20 inches long at birth. Her big sister Brooklynn couldn’t be more proud or curious. Congratulations also to Steve and Suki Self, of Silt, Hadley and Penny Dykes ,of Northglenn, and Fred and Kim Surganty, of Thornton. A special thank-you to all friends and family for all the support to our family over the last year.

Wyatt B. Hall and Chelsee Marie Dahlstrom, of Rifle, Aug. 13, 2005William Joseph Passarelli, Jr. and Leeann Teresa Terliamis, of Glenwood Springs, Aug. 20, 2005William Joseph Passarelli, Jr. and Leeann Teresa Terliamis, of Glenwood Springs, Aug. 20, 2005


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