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P.E.O. Chapter AO recognized Lisa Richards recently as a 2006 winner of one of its book scholarships. Lisa, the daughter of Tim and Karla Richards, was chosen for her academic achievement as well as her extracurricular activities. Lisa will attend the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley this fall and plans to major in business management. Funds for the book scholarships are raised at Chapter AO’s annual Elegant Auction held each December at the Hotel Colorado.

Bert and Delores Frink celebrated their 50th anniversary Saturday, July 29, in Battlement Mesa.The couple married July 29, 1956, in Denver. Bert and Delores lived in Glenwood Springs for 40 years, where Bert taught at Glenwood Springs high School for 32 years and Delores worked as a secretary for Glenwood Springs Junior High. They have lived in Battlement Mesa for the past eight years.Their children, Ed Frink of Homer, Alaska, and Lori Carrick of New Castle, and four grandchildren, along with other relatives and friends, helped in the celebration.

Pastor Dan and Courtney Rose announce the arrival of Hunter Lewis Rose on Aug. 8, 2006, at 10:46 p.m. at Valley View Hospital in Glenwood Springs. Hunter weighed in at 7 pounds, 12.6 ounces and was 2114 inches long. Proud grandparents are Christine Rose and Sam and Charlene Miller.



Sten O. Helling and Patricia Ann Bolin, of Glenwood Springs, May 4, 2006Frank Alan Mills and Bonnie Mae Mills, of New Castle, April 29, 2006Jose Cano and Sheri Lynn Huggins, of New Castle, April 7, 2006Charles Wesley Brandon and Nancy Elizabeth Hunter, of Parachute, May 6, 2006Gregory Jay Colter and Elisabeth Anne Kinnaman, of Rifle, May 6, 2006


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