Neurofeedback TechnologyDrs. Len Ochs and Stephen Larsen, top presenters in the field of neurofeedback, will discuss this cutting-edge technology at 7 p.m., Tuesday, April 6, at the Carbondale Council for the Arts and Humanities Annex in La Fontana Plaza in Carbondale. Its Bingo TimeBingo will be held at 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 7, at the Eagles Club, 312 7th Street in Glenwood Springs. Everyone welcome. Information: 945-5596.St. Stephens open HouseSt. Stephens Catholic School, for children in preschool through eighth grade, will host an informal open house Wednesday, April 7. Families are invited to tour the school and observe classes in session. Appointments are not required. Information: Dr. Tom Alby, principal: 945-7746.After Prom ExtravaganzaThe Glenwood Springs High School After Prom Extravaganza (APE) will be held from midnight to 3 a.m. Sunday morning, April 18, at GSHS. Students will enjoy games, food and drink, karaoke, air-brush tattoos and lots of great prizes. All GSHS juniors, seniors and their dates are invited. Information: 945-1537.ASPEN Bridge REPAIRS ThursdayThe Colorado Department of Transportation plans to replace the temporary bearings at the west abutment (downvalley end) of Aspens Maroon Creek Bridge between 9 a.m. and noon Thursday, April 8. Motorists can expect single-lane, alternating traffic across the bridge and some delays.Health Science ScholarshipsThis year the Valley View Hospital Auxiliary will award $25,000 in scholarships to high school graduates and students continuing their education in health sciences. Applications are available in high school counselors offices or through the Community Relations Department at Valley View Hospital. Applications are due April 30. Information: Dee Warwick, 947-5574.Apply for JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENTBusiness Week IN DENVERJunior Achievement is now accepting applications from high school students interested in Business Week, a summer program June 13-18 at Johnson & Wales University in Denver. The weeklong program gives Colorado teens a close-up look at business and leadership. Applications are available at http://www.jacolorado.org and due May 14. Information: 303-260-6280.Project GraduationRoaring Fork High Schools Project Graduation will take place from 8 p.m. to 3:30 a.m., Sunday, May 23, at Carbondale Town Hall. This drug- and alcohol-free graduation celebration is for RFHS seniors and a safe alternative to the traditional senior party. Activities will include human bingo, Las Vegas games, raffles for prizes and an early-morning breakfast at the Red Rock Diner. Donations from the community are welcome. Information: 384-5704, 963-2207, 704-0773.
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We are so angry about what has been going on with developments the last few years. Small-town character is basically gone. For what is left, we need to stop developments and like a business, take…