The lovely and talented Stephanie Morris is a United States Award Winner in Foreign Language and Academics from the United State Achievement Academy. The Academy recognizes fewer than 10 percent of all high school students, and Ms. Stephanie is one of them. She was nominated by Mr. Cuevas, a teacher and coach at Eagle Valley High School, which works out well because that’s where Stephanie is a sophomore. Stephanie’s lovely visage will appear in the United States Achievement Academy official yearbook. She’s the beloved offspring of Susan Summey of Albuquerque, New Mexico, and Steve Morris of Gypsum. Her grandparents are Dick and Jo Morris of Grand Junction and Don and Charlotte Joseph of Port Charlotte, Florida.
EVCA Garage Sale Saturday
The Eagle Valley Christian Academy’s annual Massive Garage Sale is Saturday, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., at the Singletree Community Center. You can drop off stuff all this week at Vail Bible Church in Eagle-Vail, between 8 a.m. and 4 p.m. If it’s something large that needs to be picked up, call Diane Bakken at 926-5417, or 926-5255 for pickup. You can also drop off stuff Friday night at the Singletree Community Center.
Teddy from the Main Street Grill is today’s birthday boy. If you see him gainfully employed, or wasting his valuable youth golfing, see that enjoyment comes his way.
Meet your VRD candidates
The Vail Rec District is hosting a candidate forum for at 7 p.m. today. It’s in the Vail town council chambers. Go there. Throw a match on the fireworks.
Baby and Me Yoga
Yoga for Athletes is hosting Baby and Me Yoga, in which mom gets about an hour of Yoga, then the baby gets some yoga, which is seriously cool and stretches their little horizons. It’s 12:30 p.m. Mondays and 10:30 a.m. Wednesdays. For more info call Maria at Yoga for Athletes, 376-3261.
LEO Flea Market
The Leo Club’s Second Annual LEO Club Flea Market/Bake Sale/Car Wash is Sunday, April 28, 2002, from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Eagle Valley High School parking lot. The proceeds go to scholarships for graduating seniors. To donate items, call 328-5841 or 328-2366 for items that need to be picked up, or bring items to the Eagle Valley High School anytime. You can reserve a space to sell your own items for $15. The EVHS girls soccer team is running
the car wash.
Children’s Chorale Spring Concert
The Eagle Valley Children’s Chorale will present its 2002 Spring Concert at 4 p.m., April 28, at the Vilar Center in Beaver Creek. The golden tones of these talented youngsters are yours to enjoy. Go there. Be impressed.
Be the Weakest Link
The Eagle County Charter Academy’s Weakest Link Golf Classic is May 17, which is as good a reason to skip work as there has ever been. It’s a 1 p.m. shotgun start at Bever Creek, and is costs $100 per person or $400 per foursome – we did the math. Different levels of sponsorship available, ranging from $100 to $500. Call Mark Lathrop at 390-0510 for event or sponsorship details.
Cinco de Mayo
The good folks putting together this year’s Cinco de Mayo celebration in Edwards are looking for a few volunteers. They need help with all kinds of stuff, including the world renowned chili cookoff. Call Tom McCalden at 926-9376.
Festival of Words
You, too can learn to be a wordsmith. The Festival of Words is 1-6 p.m., April 27 at the Vilar Center. It features a bunch of people who actually write books for a living, unlike The Titans of Town Talk who just open up the tops of their heads and whatever they can dip out gets flung onto the page. You’ll get to pick the brains of renowned authors and literary artist types, which is cool because they have great brains to pick. It’s $45, including refreshments. Call 476-0954.
Box Car Children
Some real talented people put together a musical adaptation of Gertrude Chandler Warner’s book series, “Box Car Children,” about four orphaned brothers and sisters during the Great Depression. It’s 1 p.m. April 30 at the Vilar Center, and it costs $6. Call 845-8497.
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