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Submitted PhotoFrom left, Lt. Gov. Sandi Anderson, Rocky Mountain District, Kiwanis International; bicycle winner Tori Easley, of Silt; and Wendy Turner, president, Roaring Fork Kiwanis Club of Glenwood Springs.
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The annual K-Putt Monster Hole was sponsored by Alpine Bank, Glenwood Shirt Co., Hepworth-Pawlak Geotechnical, Ron and Carol Gair, Pattillo Associates Engineers, Schuyler H. Van Gorden D.D.S. and Women’s Health Associates. The grand-prize bicycle was won by 6-year-old Tori Easley, of Silt.The annual K-Putt fundraiser, organized by the Roaring Fork Kiwanis Club of Glenwood Springs, was held at Johnson Park Miniature Golf on Saturday, Oct. 15. This year, proceeds went to assist children and their families affected by hurricanes Katrina and Rita.The Roaring Fork Kiwanis Club of Glenwood Springs wishes to thank all the kind and generous sponsors, as well as all who volunteered their time and encouragement. A special thanks to Pam Johnson, of Johnson Park Miniature Golf.

General George Wear retired from the US Army as a brigadier general after 30 years of distinguished service in three shooting war assignments. He spoke about his life and military service at the noon Rotary Meeting on Nov. 11. Wear lives in Glenwood, grew up in Western Colorado near Meeker, attended Mesa Junior College and graduated from the US Military Academy. He served in World War II, where he was wounded, in Korea and Vietnam. He also recounted his experiences with the nuclear issue during the Cold War. He is a past president of the rotary club, and he is, we are sure, one of the few veterans his age that can still get into his uniform.


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