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Submitted photoFast feetCongratulations to the Western Slope Stompers for receiving first place in the Burning Mountain Parade, and for being awarded with first place in the marching/drill units at the Garfield County Parade. The students have all worked extremely hard this year and have done an excellent job at all of their clogging performances. For more information about the Western Slope Stompers, call Shonna at 984-2265.

Pat and Jim Price of Glenwood Springs are celebrating their 50th anniversary Sept. 7, 2007, with a private celebration including all adult children and grandchildren at Zheng’s Asian Bistro. They will have a family reunion on Saturday with family and friends.They were married Sept. 7, 1957, in Rosemead, Calif.”Congratulations on your amazing journey together. Happy 50th anniversary. Love, your family and friends.” Ron and Leslie de Moraes of Glenwood Springs and Marblehead, Mass.; James and Ji Price of Highlands Ranch; Stephen and Shireen Price of Las Vegas; and David Price of Winter Park, Fla.

Torey and Jacqueline Lightcap of New Castle proudly announce the birth of their daughter, Julianna Grace Whitney Lightcap, born at 8:10 a.m. Tuesday, July 31, 2007. She was born at home with the support of midwife Julianne Guy. She weighed 7 lbs., 2 oz., and was 20 inches long at birth. Gabriel Lightcap is Julianna’s big brother. Maternal grandparents are Judy Seitz and Jerry Whitney of Topeka, Kan.; and paternal grandparents are Sue Reeves of Wichita, Kan., and Lynn Lightcap of Hydro, Okla.

Al Saliman, M.D., of Glenwood Medical Associates, has been appointed to the rank of assistant clinical professor in the University of Colorado School of Medicine. Dr. Saliman is an internist at GMA and his special area of interest is preventive health care for adolescents and adults. Congratulations, Dr. Saliman!

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