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Madeline Moos, an RSVP volunteer and Spellbinder, entertained a crowd at the "Are you Listening?" fireside event put on by the Vail Public Library in conjunction with Art in Public Places and the RSVP volunteer program of Eagle County. RSVP is a national volunteer effort that links the skills of Americans older than 55, who are willing to help, to needs within the community. For more information on becoming a Spellbinder or on volunteering in Eagle County, call Kathy at 970-328-8818 or e-mail

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Thanks for all the photo submissions. We really appreciate them, and we want you to have your photos back! Please pick up your photos at the front office of the Daily within 30 days. Photos not picked up by then will be filed in the infamous File 13, never to be seen again.

Lost: Silver Sony Cybershot camera. Last seen Feb. 19 in Vail Village. The camera screen is broken, but if you really want to keep the camera, I don’t care. I just want the memory card back, as it contains photos of my first NBA game and my first time backcountry skiing. Call Krista at 563-370-3912, or drop off the camera, memory card or both at the Vail Daily building in Eagle-Vail. Thanks.

Whoever picked up my small, green backpack with Stabilicers in it at the warming hut bus stop at the Bear Lot in Beaver Creek around 11 a.m. on Friday, please, please return it. You can take it to the Beaver Creek lost and found or call me at 970-926-2370. No questions asked. Do the right thing.

Berry Creek Middle School would like to thank the businesses that participated in our recent Taste of Berry Creek silent auction on Feb. 18. Approximately $8,000 was raised, which goes directly to our PTA. We had a great time eating delicious authentic Mexican cuisine, listening to Clicka Musical and the Berry Creek Band and watching folkloric Mexican dancers perform. A great time was had by all!

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