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More Town Talk for Oct. 11

The Salvation Army has extended its coat drive to Oct. 19 because many folks are going cold and there have not been many donations yet. Help warm your neighbors and donate a warm children’s coat, snowpants, hats, gloves and scarves! Drop off locations can be found at the Vail Police Department, Vail Fire Department, Minturn Municipal Building, Eagle County Sheriff's substation in Eagle-Vail, Avon Police Department, Avon Rec Center, Beaver Creek secuirty office, Eagle County Sheriff's susbstation on Miller Ranch in Edwards, fire station in Edwards, Eagle Town Hall, Eagle Health and Human Services office and the Gypsum Rec Center.

The Salvation Army has extended its coat drive to Oct. 19 because many folks are going cold and there have not been many donations yet. Help warm your neighbors and donate a warm children’s coat, snowpants, hats, gloves and scarves! Drop off locations can be found at the Vail Police Department, Vail Fire Department, Minturn Municipal Building, Eagle County Sheriff's substation in Eagle-Vail, Avon Police Department, Avon Rec Center, Beaver Creek secuirty office, Eagle County Sheriff's susbstation on Miller Ranch in Edwards, fire station in Edwards, Eagle Town Hall, Eagle Health and Human Services office and the Gypsum Rec Center.

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A 20-inch Kids GT Stomper was taken from our new home on Deer Boulevard in Eagle-Vail on Oct 1. It has a white frame, red letters, black graphics, red seat and a race plate on the front. Reward offered. Call 970-331-7597.

Army Pvt. Kayla M. Emens has graduated from basic combat training at Fort Jackson, Columbia, S.C.

During the nine weeks of training, the soldier studied the Army mission, history, tradition and core values and physical fitness and received instruction and practice in basic combat skills, military weapons, chemical warfare and bayonet training, drill and ceremony, marching, rifle marksmanship, armed and unarmed combat, map reading, field tactics, military courtesy, military justice system, basic first aid, foot marches and field training exercises.

Emens is the daughter of Lynn Ward, of Snow Owl Court, Eagle.

She is a 2011 graduate of Eagle Valley High School, Gypsum.

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