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The weekend of Sept. 23, the Roaring Fork Valley hosted the Fourth Annual Cystic Fibrosis Rocky Mountain Fly Fishing Classic to raise money for research for this debilitating disease. Anglers from across the country, as well as from this valley, participated in this event, which raised over $75,000. I would like to give a special thanks to the incredible guides who participated and without whom all of this would not be possible. Aaron Calcott, Mike Chmura, Kea Hause, Kyle Holt, Chris Kish, Taylor Logsdon, Gifford Maytham, Doug Moyer, Lincoln Neiley, Ry Neiley, Tim Robinson, Adam Sahnow, Frank Smethurst, Jeremy Stott, Matthew Thomas, and Mike Thomas. Thanks guys, you are the best. Thanks also to Alpine Angling and the Taylor Creek Fly Shop.Tim HengCarbondale

We would like to thank all of the volunteers who generously gave their time on a beautiful Saturday morning to help make our home cross country meet such a success. It takes the effort of many people to run a meet, and we couldn’t have done it without you.Thank you,Glenwood Springs High School Cross Country Coaches Mike Schneiter and Kim Worline, and Meet Director Joe Mollica


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