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On Friday, Stone Creek Charter School students gathered at 4 Eagle Ranch for the seventh-annual Jog-A-Thon. This year's fundraiser featured more than 200 students from kindergarten through eighth grade from all three campuses, uniting them for the day. The kids wore a rainbow of colors based on their grade, some with coordinating colored hair, face paint or vibrant head bands. The students were excited to run to raise money for their school.

On Friday, Stone Creek Charter School students gathered at 4 Eagle Ranch for the seventh-annual Jog-A-Thon. This year's fundraiser featured more than 200 students from kindergarten through eighth grade from all three campuses, uniting them for the day. The kids wore a rainbow of colors based on their grade, some with coordinating colored hair, face paint or vibrant head bands. The students were excited to run to raise money for their school.

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There are two new yoga classes for seniors being offered at the Golden Eagle Senior Center in Eagle every other Wednesday. Today and Oct. 24, Chair Yoga will be offered from 1 to 2 p.m. and Ageless Yoga (gentle floor practice) will be offered from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Classes are $2 each and are taught by local yoga instructor Christina Danyluk. Please call 970-328-8896 for more information on these great new classes!

The Eagle County Community Emergency Response Team will be hosting free training Nov. 14-16 for anyone interested in preparing for and responding to disasters that overwhelm the local community. Course content includes light search and rescue, triage, disaster psychology and many other topics. Be a hero in your own home! Contact Eric Bonta for more information at 970-479-2200 or ebonta@vailgov.com.

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