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Special to the DailyHappy birthday, Kevin James, 2, and Kenny, 3. You have been a blessing in our lives. Dad (Horacio), Grandma (Carment), Pat, Steven and Sabrina. We love you both very much.
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On Thursday night around 8:30 p.m. Shaun lost her kayak after it fell off her car between the AvonI-70 ext and Alpine Kayak. If you have this boat or any information where the boat is, please contact Shaun at 390-4819.

The Eagle Valley Community Fund Auction and Rummage Sale is accepting donations of clean, useable items (this includes clothing, ski and snowboard equipment, books, linens, furniture, toys, etc.) until Aug. 1. Businesses are also encouraged to donate items that are gathering dust in storerooms and closets. Business donations will be accepted until Aug. 15. Tax slips will be available during regular volunteer and drop off hours ” Mondays through Fridays from 9 a.m-5 p.m. and Saturdays from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. at the Maloit Park location.

For more information call 926-0577 or 827-9426.



Bilingual vacation Bible school offered at Gracious Savior Lutheran Church in Edwards. School starts July 25 and goes until July 28, from 5-8 p.m. Parents enjoy a few hours alonw while we take your kids on a “heroes journey” in Spanish and English.

When you turn 100, you should have lots of parties. With that in mind, Eagle’s centennial celebration will continue with a “Potluck in the Park” on July 21. The party will take place in the Eagle Town Park from 6-7:30 p.m. during the ShowDownTown concert featuring the Gamble Brothers. The town of Eagle and the Eagle Centennial Committee will provide barbecued beef sandwiches, hot dogs, lemonade and punch, dinnerware and birthday cake. Everyone else is asked to bring a covered dish. Lutherans and Methodists know the drill. If your last name starts with A-G, bring a salad; if your name starts with H-N, bring a side or vegetable dish; and if your name starts with O-Z, bring a dessert. A crowd of 400-500 is expected, but don’t feel obligated to cook for that many.



Dawn and Dan Horner are in a bad way.

The Horners’ home in the Green Acres mobile home park near Eagle burned to crisp late last month. The couple lost everything, and they had no insurance.

A donation account for the Horners has been set up at Alpine Bank in Eagle, and some jars are sprouting up at downvalley businesses.



To learn more about the Horners’ donation account at Alpine, call 328-1666.


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