Brilliance among us
Battle Mountain High School is pleased to announce that junior, Taylor Roach, has been selected as this year’s recipient of the Colorado School of Mines Medal of Achievement in Mathematics and Science.
Taylor has demonstrated the highest skills in mathematics and science, as well as all other subject matter areas, and currently ranks first in his class.
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Taylor is the son of Kevin and Kathy Roach of Edwards.
Charlie Brown lives at VMS
The Vail Mountain School theater department is resurrecting the Broadway musical “You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown,” adapted from Charles Schultz famous comic strip “Peanuts.” The play has been in production since the
beginning of January and features two student casts under the direction
of VMS music teacher, Don Watson. The players are accompanied by Vail
piano legend at the piano, Mickey Poage.
It’s at VMS, 7 p.m. Friday and 6 p.m. Saturday with
a matinee performance at 1 p.m., Sunday. Tickets are $5 for adults, $2 for students and free for pre-schoolers.
Free foot exam
Schneider/Mauer Foot and Ankle Associates will be conducting a free foot exam during February. In Vail, call 949-0500; in Summit, call 668-4564.
Stinky Pierre’s Intercafe
The monthly so much better than the Gong Show is back for another swing at 7 p.m. Wednesday, in the Vail Interfaith Chapel. It’s a variety show put on by members of Eagle County’s interfaith community. All acts are welcome, even yours. Call Kim at 476-6610 to sign up or for more information.
Krispy Kreme Kings
You have until Thursday to order your Krispy Kreme doughnuts from the esteemed members of the Battle Mountain ski team. Call one of the BMHS alpinists or Nordicists at 328-2930.
You have until Monday to order your Krispy Kreme from the wonderful folks at Gypsum Creek Middle School, which gives you the opportunity to buy twice as many. They’re $7 a dozen. Call 328-8980.
Colorado Hot Springs
Author Deborah Frazier George will give a program on Colorado Hot Springs at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Eagle Library. She is the author of “Colorado Hot Springs,” a guide that offers a history and geological explanation of how the various hot springs tucked away in the mountains came to be. She also offers specific directions to various hot springs locations. Frazier George has worked as a reporter at the Rocky Mountain News for 20 years, covering public lands, water, agriculture, and occasional court cases outside of the metropolitan area.
The Mile High Down Syndrome Association wants you to ride in style, which is why they’re raffling off a Harley Davidson motorcycle. Tickets are $5 each, and there’s a bunch of other stuff you can win, but you really want the Harley. Call our buddy Rick Sackbauer, 376-0178, or send your enormous pile of American dollars and a self-addressed stamped envelope to; MHDSA, 1899 Gaylord St., Denver, CO 80206. The deadline is Wednesday.