Michael Gallagher – not the former county commissioner, but the guy who writes a column for us – sent the following. Thanks to Jeannie and Tom at Eagle Valley Music in Crossroads for supporting local musicians for so many years with the right strings, picks and such. The prices have been too low for years and years and years now. You guys rock! Thanks, M. Gee and the rest.Gallagher also sends word that Eagle Valley Music recently received a small special order came in of some guitar picks called “Dunlop Stubby Triangles.” 2.0 millimeter. They’re supposed to be good for larger hands and acoustic guitars. Go get ’em while they’re in stock.Bargains, bargains, bargains
Calling all bargain hunters!The Vail Child Care Center garage sale is Saturday, May 21 from 8 a.m. until noon above Vail City Market.Proceeds benefit the kids of Vail Child Care Center. The sale list includes a grill, household items, kid items, and all kinds of odds and ends, some more odd than others. To donate an item for the garage sale, please stop by the Vail Child Care Center today.Big Sky Country newsThree local kids are doing quite well, thank you, at Montana State University in Bozeman.
Landing on the honor roll for the most recent term are Laura Grafel of Vail, and Lindsay Kunkel and Duncan Robinson of Eagle.Good work, folks!Another 39th birthdayThe call was a simple birthday wish:”Happy ’39th’ birthday to mamon extraordinaire Marie-Clair. Your friends and fans love you.”
Hangin’ with homebuildersThe Eagle Valley Homebuilders Association is hosting a group get-together on Thursday, June 9 at Stevens Home Care.The party runs from 6-8 p.m. at Stevens, which is next to Berry Creek Middle School in Edwards. Your hosts are Mike Stevens and Chris Cook of Castleton Masonry.Cost is $20 per member, and $25 for non-members. A ticket gets party-goers appetizers, a cash bar, and the kind of networking prospects available only at big shindigs like this one. For more information, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org or call 328-2205. Vail, Colorado
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