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Mountain Mailbag Tuesday, May 18, 2004

Magnuson turns 80

Ted Magnuson will turn 80 on Wednesday, May 19. He has been in the valley since 1967 with Donna, his wife, sons Stan and Scott, daughter Sonja and her husband John. He also has two grandchildren, Christopher and Angelica. His family is hoping that Ted gets a bunch of birthday cards this year, and that readers will take a minute to send him one:



Ted Magnuson

0441 County Road 130



Glenwood Springs, CO 81601

Happy birthday, Ted!

Bennett takes secondin state poster contest

Chelsea Bennett’s poster won first place in the Tar Wars No Smoking contest at Sopris Elementary School. Chelsea went on to compete at the state level and took second place in a field of 8,400 entries.

Kaylyn Rose Lyons turns 3

Today Kaylyn Rose Lyons turns 3. Kaylyn’s dad Bruce, mom Shauna Ross, and brother Colby Arbor all wish her the happiest of birthdays. Today Kaylyn Rose Lyons turns 3. Kaylyn’s dad Bruce, mom Shauna Ross, and brother Colby Arbor all wish her the happiest of birthdays.


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