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Dancin’ darlinsOn Sunday, God does not intend for you to cook. The Lord, who loves you and wants what’s best for you, wants you to dine at Eagle’s Grand Avenue Grill, 5-9 p.m. The Eagle Valley High School dance team will be serving you. That’s the same Eagle Valley High School dance team that qualified for the national championships. All the tips they earn will help fund a trip to the those national championships. The tips need to be cash or check. Make a reservation by calling 328-4043.OK ChoraleSomeone who doesn’t even have a kid in the Eagle Valley Children’s Chorale called this in. “Thanks to the children of the Eagle Valley Children’s Chorale, who gave an excellent performance Sunday night. Those little faces and their wonderful music lifted our spirits. Liane and Marka outdid themselves with this show. We’d like thank Jeff at Wal-mart for the children’s wonderful flashing Christmas pins. Also those Village Market hunks John Buxman and his manager Bob for the yummy candy canes. They have another concert in the extremely near future. NELL SNOW, you rock!
First Time Homebuyers Class WednesdayThe next First Time Home Buyers Class is Wednesday, and you need to be there. This class offers a free credit report and a wide variety of information helpful to you in buying your own home. Walk-ins welcome or register today by calling 390-6502. It’s presented by Land Title, Slifer Smith & Frampton Real Estate and CTX Mortgage Company.Perform and be happyThe Vail Performing Arts Academy is presenting its Community Holiday Concert, Dec. 11-12, at the Vilar Center. It’s kids kids ages 8-18, and they’re real talented. Call Annah at 970-926 2370.
Red Cross super saleThat fund-raiser Red Cross sale is now a quarter sale. Everything marked down to 25 cents. It’s at the Gypsum Dollar store, 925 Greenway Court (next to Buka’s) in Gypsum. This Saturday, 10 a.m.-3 p.m., everything is 25 cents. Proceeds benefit the American Red Cross. Call 390-3053 or 970-524-9581.Dems doing holiday potluckYour Eagle County Democrats are doing a potluck, 4:30-7:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 12, at the Brush Creek Pavilion in Eagle. It’s for all their, and anyone else who’s interested. There’s a bluegrass band and they’ll collect food or gift items for the holiday basket project. RSVP at 328-3888, or email@example.com. If your last name begins with: A-D bring appetizers, E-K bring main dish, L-P bring a salad, Q-S bring a dessert, T-Z Non-alcoholic beverages. BYOB.Vail Colorado
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It’s fitting that Eagle County is proceeding through its reopening phases of COVID-19 in an analogy to ski run difficulties — green to blue to black. Monday marks the transition from the green beginner phase to the blue intermediate phase.