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Here’s a way to share some sweetness on Valentine’s Day.

The Gypsum Creek Middle School PTO raising money by selling Krispy Kreme donuts. Delivery of the sticky, warm, sweet wheels is set for Monday, Feb. 14. It’s a great way to treat an office full of people on a Monday morning, but delivery is limited to Eagle and Gypsum.

Cost of the sweet treats is $7 per dozen, and all orders must be into the school office, paid in full, by Thursday, Feb. 10. Orders can be dropped off at the office, or mailed to: Gypsum Creek Middle School, P.O. Box 5129, Gypsum, Colo. 81637. Orders can also be sent in with students. For more information, call the school at 328-8980.



Let’s go to the hop

Those fun-loving seniors in Eagle are holding a 1950s-style sock hop on Friday, Feb. 11, starting at 5 p.m. at the Eagle County Fairgrounds.



The evening includes dinner and entertainment, including a troupe of seniors in poodle skirts and other ’50s paraphernalia

Tickets are $10 for adults, $6 for seniors and $5 for kids under 13. A family ticket is just $25, a screamin’ deal if there’s more than one kid in the family.

For more information, call 328-1005.



Vail’s firefighters are hosting a hot Valentine’s Day ball to help the tsunami relief effort in Southeast Asia.

The first-ever Firefighters Ball will be held at the Sanctuary in Vail Village, and the festivities begin at 7 p.m. Attire is “mountain formal,” which could be anything from a tux to who knows what. Mostly, we think it means whatever you wear should be clean, and not have any visible holes.

Party-goers get a couple of drink tickets, “elegant hors d’oeuvres” and dancing for their tickets, which are $75 for singles, $125 for couples. Money raised goes to UNICEF’s tsunami relief fund.

“We know there’s going to be a lot of single guys there,” said firefighter JR Rulapaugh. “So we hope a lot of single women come out.”

For more information, call Rulapaugh, 479-2250.

Farrow and Bridget Hitt have new jobs. The Hitts, who have managed the Park Meadows Lodge for 14 years, took their tag-team management act to the Simba Run Condominiums.

Farrow Hitt is roughly in the middle of a two-year term on the Vail Town Council. He is also a board member of Bravo! Colorado, and is the founder and vice president of the Donovan Park Neighborhood Association.

Bridget Hitt is the treasurer of the neighborhood association, is a member of the Minturn Middle School Accountability Board, and is a board member of Skate Club Vail.

Wrestling with luck

Good luck to our nine Eagle Valley High School wrestlers at state! You can help send them off Thursday at 9:20 a.m. from EVHS in Gypsum or 9:30 a.m. from Broadway in Eagle (from 5th Street). The Greater Eagle Fire Department will be escorting B.J. Jaramillo, Jimmy Benevides, Brian Saldana, Chris Best, Mason Ewing, Kylan Kottenstette, Brendan Best, Chris Harvey and Gabe Velasquez out of town on their way to the state tournament in Denver.

Happy birthday, Sarah and Kara. Twenty-four hours to go to 49 with a year’s experience.


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