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Edited by Kay VasilakisGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Jeanie Kelly and Fred Welsh of Denver, Timm Fautsko and Marianne O’Carroll of Westbank, and Carol Kraig of Park West in Glenwood Springs are pleased to announce the engagement of their children, Jenni Noah and Matt Fautsko.Jenni went to high school in Denver and attended the University of Denver, Metro State and CMC. Matt went to Glenwood Springs High School and college at CSU.Matt is a custom home builder with Wallriders Construction. Jenni is a professional photographer with Luminance Photography. They are planning a June wedding at the Four Mile Creek Bed & Breakfast in Glenwood Springs.

Mike and Rusty Wooten of New Castle and Brent and Dawn Brown of Rifle are proud to announce the engagement of their children, Amanda Brown and Luke Wooten. Both are 2006 graduates of Rifle High School.The couple resides in Fort Collins while they attend CSU. Luke plans to graduate with a degree in construction management, and is the head wrestling coach at Leshar Middle School. Amanda is majoring in fashion merchandising and has been chosen as a CSU Ambassador. She currently plans fashion shows in Denver for Fashion Group International.The couple plans a June 2008 wedding.

Since graduating from Glenwood Springs High School in 2000 and 2002, Shanti and Sheena Gruber, daughters of Larry and Michele Gruber of Glenwood Springs, have been working hard to accomplish their goals.Shanti graduated from UNC with a bachelor of music education degree in December 2006. She is currently the music director for the Broadway Bound Musical Theater School in Greeley.Sheena is a licensed cosmetologist in Denver, having graduated from Antoine DuShez Cosmetology School and completing the apprenticeship program at the Allure Hair Studio.Both sisters continue to sing together and with various band projects in the Denver area.


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