These representatives from grateful local nonprofits count their money from last year’s sale. Volunteer now to earn dollars for your favorite local nonprofit. Hours to sort stuff are: Mondays 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Saturdays and Sundays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Questions? Call 926-0577, 827-9426 or 476-5701.
Vail’s own teen Tarantino, Anthony Scully, aka Tony Castle, and Director of Photography Ben Garst shot their second indy movie, “Pickles and Onions,” last week, which will be submitted to film festivals all over the country. “Pickles and Onions” is a farce about two morons who rob the Mad Cow Burger Grill, starring Billy Doran, Mike D., Kelley Buster, and Tilden Eallen. Thanks to all who helped make it all possible, and stay tuned for more productions from Tiki Pictures Ink!
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