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Dan and Debbie Smith from St. Louis were in Vail for a around the end of last month, and they lost their Sony Handycam. It’s a video camera, and they think they lost it on the bridge in Vail’s Donovan Park. Among other things, the tape inside chronicled their son’s 16 birthday. If you find it, call 314-267-3160, or the Vail Police Department and the Vail Cascade also have all the info.Another satisfied customerYoung Amanda’s bunny wandered away during the waning moments of the Eagle County Fair, and her distraught mom called Town Talk Towers. As it turns out, the bunny was hopping about the fairgrounds and a dutiful youngster picked it up and took it home to Avon, where affection ensued. They read about the wayward bunny in this very column and called Amanda. The bunny is back home. Like the true humanitarians the rescuers are, they refused the reward. Instead, they get good karma and stars in their crowns.

The Vail Ace AcesCongratulations to the following winners of Vail Valley Ace Hardware’s 11th Anniversary Celebration! They are:• 5 gallons of Ace Paint, Sonia Juarez;• 5 gallons of Ace Paint, Valerie Ryno;• Werner Ladder Caddy, Chris Thomas;

• Veranda Patio Bench, Norma Broten;• Market Umbrella, Alaine Lumpkin;• Carhartt Jacket, Joseph Visi;• Weber Go Anywhere Grill, Gail Bodnar.



River Clean UpThe 2004 Eagle River Clean Up is 1-4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 19, and a huge party will follow. The Team Leader Rally is 4:30 p.m. Tuesday, Sept. 14 at The Ore House Mustang Bar and Grill in Edwards. If you’re a team leader and can’t be there, make sure someone else make sure someone else gets your trash bags and orange vests. It’s kickball seasonThe third annual Evans Chaffee Kickball Classic and Pancake Breakfast is Saturday, Aug. 21 at the Eagle Vail Pavilion. You need to have a team in this. Teams are eight to 12 willing humans ready to help raise money for a worthy cause. There is room for 16 teams, and it’s $200 per team. You get T-shirts for up to 10 players. Proceeds go to First Descents, a free, seven-day kayak camp for young adults with cancer. You can also get breakfast and lunch for $6 each. To register, go to http://www.evanschaffee.com, or call Evans Chaffee Construction Group at 845-0466.


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