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Adopt a Classroom seeks more businesses to participateThe Adopt a Classroom program has gathered wish lists from teachers in grades K-5 at Glenwood Springs Elementary School, and assigned each business a teacher. The business will than go out and fill that teacher’s wish list, spending a minimum of $50, then hand-deliver the goods they purchased. The program is still looking for more businesses to help out more classrooms by Aug. 27. Information: Shannon Moller, 947-9644.Upscale Garage Sale benefits emergency loan programDonor Direct’s “Tide Me Over” Emergency Lending Fund will sponsor an Upscale Garage Sale from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 28, to benefit zero-interest crisis loans in the Roaring Fork Valley. Information: 948-2104 or http://www.DonorDirectSupport.org.Volunteers gather for weekend campout, trails work in Holy Cross Wilderness AreaThe Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers, the U.S. Forest Service, Sopris Ranger District, the Colorado State Trails Program and the Aspen Skiing Co. Environment Foundation are sponsoring workdays Aug. 28-29 in the “backside” of the Holy Cross Wilderness Area. Volunteers will help reconstruct portions of the Eagle Lake Trail and improve existing camping sites near Eagle Lake in the wilderness area. RFOV and project partners will provide meals and materials. Volunteers can drop off their camping gear with organizers at the Eagle Lake trailhead up the Fryingpan Valley beyond 5-7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 27. The weekend project will wrap up at 4 p.m. Sunday. RSVP: Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers, 927-8241, (877) 662-5220, rfov@sopris.net or http://www.rfov.org.The Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers, the U.S. Forest Service, Sopris Ranger District, the Colorado State Trails Program and the Aspen Skiing Co. Environment Foundation are sponsoring workdays Aug. 28-29 in the “backside” of the Holy Cross Wilderness Area. Volunteers will help reconstruct portions of the Eagle Lake Trail and improve existing camping sites near Eagle Lake in the wilderness area. RFOV and project partners will provide meals and materials. Volunteers can drop off their camping gear with organizers at the Eagle Lake trailhead up the Fryingpan Valley beyond 5-7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 27. The weekend project will wrap up at 4 p.m. Sunday. RSVP: Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers, 927-8241, (877) 662-5220, rfov@sopris.net or http://www.rfov.org.


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