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Members of the Eagle Valley High School Dance Team lead Relay for LIfe participants for a late night dance lesson. Around 150 people participated in the 24-hour event, held at the EVHS football field and track last weekend.
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Eagle valley Community Fund Rummage Sale

It’s the 50th year for the annual Eagle Valley Community Fund Rummage Sale, and it promises to be the biggest and best ever.

Plan to attend the event the weekend of Aug. 16-17 or 23-24 at Maloit Park south of Minturn. Donations of clean, useable items including furniture, books, toys, clothing, house wares, small appliances (no televisions), sports equipment, ski and snowboard gear and clothing, paintings and new items from businesses, are being accepted through July at the Maloit Park location.

For large pickups call 970-476-5701. For more information call 970-376-1231 or visit http://www.eaglevalleyrummagesale.com.

Fall registration underway at CMC

Registration for fall semester at Colorado Mountain College is now under way. Many classes, including those taught via online learning, start the week of Aug. 25. Other classes start throughout the semester.

Eagle County residents should have received a class schedule in the mail. More information and registration is available online at coloradomtn.edu/register or at the college’s campus in Edwards, 150 Miller Ranch Road.

Students new to the college can apply online or at whichever of CMC’s 11 locations in north-central Colorado they’d like to attend. New degree-seeking students are encouraged to see a counselor before registering.

Returning students who have not taken classes within the past 12 months, and who wish to take credit classes, need to reapply. They can reapply for admission in person or online, and will then be able to register for classes. Registration forms can be faxed or mailed.

Current students who have taken classes within the past 12 months can register for classes online or in person, via fax, or via email at cmcVE@coloradomtn.edu.

Rob Cramer services

A memorial service for Rob Cramer will be held on Friday, Aug. 8 at 11 a.m. at the New Life Assembly of God Church, 480 Nottingham Road in Avon. Pastor Dan Matney will be officiating.

If you are sending flowers, they must be sent to the church no earlier then 10 a.m. that day.

In lieu of flowers, a memorial fund has been set up at Community Banks of Colorado in Eagle. Memorial donation checks should be made out to Stefanie Cramer. Please mail them to Amie Meek PO BOX 876, Gypsum, CO 81637. Funds will be used for funeral arrangements and supporting his family needs during this time.

SOLEIL HOMES unveiled

Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate recently unveiled Eagle’s newest housing development — Soleil Homes at Brush Creek.

The project features single family homes in a central location, featuring beautiful views and a first-of-its-kind private neighborhood designed with energy efficiency in mind.

Soleil Homes by Wynton Homes, located south of the Eagle Pool & Ice Rink, will begin development soon. Just steps from the tennis courts, golf course, the town’s recreation space and a short walk from downtown, Soleil Homes offer up convenience and affordability. Each home will receive its own independent certification from a nationally recognized energy rating program to bring down monthly payments on utility bills, offering something that the valley has never seen before.

“Soleil Homes will be a first-of-its kind subdivision built anywhere in the valley that offers each homeowner a guarantee of superior energy efficiency,” said John Purchase, developer of Soleil Homes. “Every home will be inspected and certified by an Independent Energy Auditor and homes will be anywhere from 30-70 percent more efficient than a typical resale home.”

Soleil Homes were designed with low maintenance living in mind with features such as HOA maintained yards, smaller floor plans and open great rooms leading to outdoor living spaces. There are a total of 32 homes in the development, starting .around $600,000, each with easy access to the biking and walking trails throughout Eagle.

“We are extremely excited to offer a new product in Eagle which is a great addition to the community,” said Kim Bradley, listing broker for Soleil Homes. “Inventory is low and there is nothing brand new available to single family home buyers in this price range.”

The first phase of sales offers seven homes and began on June 12, 2014. For more information about Soleil Homes please contact Kim Bradley at kbradley@slifer.net, (970)376-5814 or Jay Peterson at jpeterson@slifer.net, (970)333-3398.



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