Princess P is still on the job.
– Jean McLaughlin is the world’s greatest manager and yesterday was her birthday.
– Ken Smith is still celebrating. Wish him a happy belated.
– Mary Ann Pacheco’s birthday was in the extremely recent past. See that the fun carries on.
Adeline the Queen
As part of the rodeo tradition, Adeline Adree, 15, was chosen as this year’s Beaver Creek rodeo queen. Adree is a freshman at Eagle Valley High School and a student teacher for Eagle Valley Cotillion in the art of dance and social etiquette education. This year’s Beaver Creek Rodeo Princess is Clay Campbell. Campbell, 9, helps her family raise sheep in Eagle County.
Every hour someone is diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), a chronic disease of the central nervous system affecting the brain and spinal cord. Until recently, these sort of things seemed to only happen to other people. However, a few years ago Jen’s cousin Phil Smith was diagnosed with MS and it has crept closer to home.
Phil is a loving husband and father to three wonderful young children. Please help by sponsoring Jen in this year’s MS 150, a two-day, 150 mile bike tour from Boulder to Estes Park and back. With your generous support, we can end the devastating effects of MS, sooner rather than later. To sponsor Jen, go to http://www.nationalmssociety.org
Vail Dances again on Thursdays
Cha Cha lessons will be added to East Coast Swing and Night Club Two-Step when Vail Dances! opens its summer season Thursday. Classes will be held most Thursday nights from 7 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Sanctuary, the night club over The Tap Room on Bridge Street. The second week in July dance class will be on Tuesday, July 8. Cost for lessons is $10. each, or $16. per couple, although it is not necessary to bring a partner. Classes will include instruction and practice with individual attention. For information, call Susan Weaver at 949-6577, or e-mail Susan@VailDances.com.
Flight Days is landing this weekend
Brush your pets, spruce up your babies, and get yourselves in shape for Eagle Valley Flight Days, June 27-29.
This year’s theme is “Eagle Goes Hollywood”, which has plenty of potential for parade entries. As always, Flight Days will include the popular Pet Show, Baby Contest, booths and vendors, and musical performances in the Eagle Town Park.
In place of the usual Blooperball and volleyball competitions, the Flight Days Committee has created a new event: The Flight Days Survivor Challenge. This is a competition that will involve physical and mental challenges, and some just plain silly activities. It’s a team event, set up for eight-member, co-ed teams. Top prize is $500. Watch for details in upcoming issues.
Speaking of Flight Days, parade entry forms are included in the Eagle Valley Enterprise, or can be picked up at the Eagle Town Hall or Chamber of Commerce.
Himalayan Hum along
Unity of the Mountains is sponsoring-on Sunday, June 29, an evening of Himalayan/Mount Shasta transformation healing music. The concert will include New Age/World Beat music, classical Indian reggae, Nepali folk music and group sing-along. Expect to be impressed and transformed.
Anton Mizerak, a composer, performs on harmonica and synthesizers.- Anton lives in Mount Shasta and writes his music in nature, believing that our organic experience of sun, wind, water, snow and earth, transmitted through music, can be a valuable nurturing and healing experience.
Performing with Anton will be-Manose, a bansuri (bamboo flute) player from Katmandu, Nepal, who won the 1995 Radio Nepal Classical Instrumental Music Award.- Manose has become the top touring Nepali flautist in the world.-
Unity of the Mountains, a Practical Christianity church, meets Sundays at 5:30 PM at the Avon Public Library.-
Call Rev. Don Bissett at 390-7377 or Sally Peterson at 476-0713, for more information.