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The FUTURES program at Glenwood Springs High School would like to thank all those who contributed to the FUTURES Stuart Rippy Scholarship fund for this year. We were able to offer $500 scholarships to two seniors graduating from GSHS and attending a Colorado institution of higher learning. We extend our gratitude to Neil Garing Insurance Agency, Steve Beattie, Resource Engineering Inc., Glenwood Insurance Agency, Glenwood Ford Inc., Dr. James Setterberg, Springs Liquors, John and Becca Schenk, The Land Title Co. and Charles and Maureen Willman. Thank you for supporting the FUTURES scholarship program at GSHS. We are most appreciative.Pat HansenGlenwood Springs
Isnt it grand when people can have fun and help others at the same time? We at Mountain Regional Housing are grateful to all who supported The Great Match Wine and Micro-brew Tasting April 16. The extraordinary selections can all be found at Catherine Store Wine & Liquor, who hosted and sponsored this first annual fund-raiser. The Roaring Fork Club graciously co-hosted the event.Heartfelt thanks to all who participated, including event sponsors American National Bank, Rainy Day Designs, Alpine Bank, Land Title Company, Liberty Home Loans, US Bank, Vectra Bank, A4 Architects, Stewart Title and the Property Shop. Thanks also to auctioneer/musician Twirp Anderson, and the jazz duo of Marty Martinez and Billy Milo. Our official thank-you ad will list the many others who donated time, gourmet food, wine, microbrew and numerous auction items for a delightful, successful evening.The proceeds will benefit the nonprofit Mountain Regional Housing Corporation, whose programs include free homebuyer education workshops every month (bilingual), downpayment assistance ($400k revolving loan fund) and nonprofit community housing development from Aspen to Parachute.Special thanks to everyone who significantly helped the people we serve while having a great time at the Great Match. You are appreciated!Sincerely,Kay Philip, chairMountain Regional HousingCarbondale
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Another Glenwood Springs City Council election has passed, but we doubt about two-thirds of Glenwood residents even noticed — certainly not based on the pathetic 31% turnout in balloting that concluded April 6.