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All fifth-graders at Avon Elementary School were involved in a bake sale to raise funds for the Hurricane Katrina victims. Each student had a job - baking, selling, setting up, cleaning up, advertising, collecting donations, etc. - which led to a successful sale. The students raised $1,832 to send to the Red Cross. Thank you students and parents for your effort!

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….Honoring AdeleYou may have seen yesterday’s obituary for Adele Dombrowski, the 17-year-old daughter of former Vail residents Kris Stouffer and Daryl Dombrowski. The family informed us that the times and places of the services for Adele have changed, so please make a note of the following:– Public viewing: Thursday from 7-10 p.m. at the Yampa Valley Funeral Home, 2095 Curve Court, Steamboat Springs.

— Public viewing: Friday from 10 a.m.-noon at the Yampa Valley Funeral Home.– Funeral service: Friday at 2 p.m. at the Steamboat Grand Hotel.Bad newsA friend called recently to report that longtime Minturn resident Tony Aiello was involved in a serious car crash near Casper, Wyo. Aiello was badly injured, and is in a coma in a hospital in Casper. The friend, who didn’t leave his name, wanted Aiello’s friends to know about this, and asked for good wishes and prayers for his recovery. He also sent thanks from the family for the support they’ve received so far.Cut-a-thonAdagio Salon in Eagle hosted a Katrina Relief Cut-a-thon and silent auction on Sept. 17. One hundred percent of proceeds are being donated to the American Red Cross. Thanks to all who generously participated, and special thanks to: Alpine Ambience, Alpine Laser, Anam Cara Pilates, Bare Comfort, Cambria, Cuts Plus, Darcy O’Connor, Derma Clear Aesthetics, Dr. Eliza Klearman, Everyday Outfitters, G.H. Daniels, Gourmet China, In Ka Hoots, Jan Fedrizzi, Jennifer Bliss, Kidtopia, Lance Schober, Marcia Chase, Marissa McChesney, Mi Pueblo, Moe’s Barbecue, National Velvet, Oakson Dentistry, Performance Auto, RBJ Game Storage, Seasonal Thymes, Shannon Fedrizzi, The Flower Cart and Uptown Boutique.

Fore!It’s fall, and the golf courses are still green. That means it’s time for the Eagle Valley High School Booster Club’s 10th annual golf tournament on Sunday at Cotton Ranch in Gypsum. The event is dedicated to the memory of Skylar Hootman.The tourney format is a four-man scramble. There’s a shotgun start and less-than-confident players can buy mulligans in advance. The entry fee is $100 per person, plus $20 for a guest meal.The boosters are looking for sponsors to buy a round of golf for four, businesses to sponsor holes, gift donations, and donations for the 150-item goodie bags given to all golfers. Of course, cash donations are always welcome, and donations are tax deductible.Registration forms are available at the high school and from Booster Club members. Make checks out to the EVHS Booster Club, P.O. Box 4262, Gypsum, CO 81637. For more information, call Susan Shreeve at 328-4460 or Angie Van Dyke at 328-5066. …




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