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Stinky Pierre rides again
After a brief hiatus in May, Stinky Pierre’s Inter-Cafe is back. It’s 7-9 p.m. today in the Vail Interfaith Chapel. It’s fun, it’s free and it’s a great place to share all those hidden talents. You can also come just to be entertained. For questions or to book your act, call Daphne at 477-2992.-
Valley wide women
Vail Women’s Golf Club (VWGA) is running its Valley Wide Golf Day today, designed to bring together women golfers in Eagle County. While each golf course in the Vail/Eagle Valley has a women’s golf organization, rarely do members get to meet other golfers in the county and play other golf courses. The format for the event will be low-gross, low-net and low putts. This is also the opportunity to qualify for Vail Cup which will be held later in the season. Call the Vail Golf Course, 479-2260. Single players will match you with other players. It’s $35 plus $17 for golf cart.
The Eagle Valley Library District and the Eagle River Watershed Council are hosting Waterwise Wednesdays, the second Wednesday of each month. They’ll help you understand the complicated water issues that affect the Eagle River Valley. The first one is 5:15 p.m., today, at the Eagle Library. Call 328-8800. Kerry Sundeen has studied the Eagle River for more than 15 years, and will talk about “Flows and Growth: How much water do we ned inthe Eagle River.” It’ll deal with how much water we actually need, and how much water it takes to keep the fish and the developers happy.
Special Olympics is looking for someone to coach their bowling team. The league begins mid August and lasts until the first weekend in November. Also, they need volunteers for skiing or soccer. Please call Donna at 949-6647.
The Colorado Ski Museum is looking for volunteers for the best of Beaver Creek home tour. The event is Sunday, June 22. Morning and afternoon shifts are available. For more information, please contact Katie Bartel at 476-1876.
Camryn Stickler makes Dean’s list
Camryn Stickler of Gypsum makes the Dean’s list at Tyler Junior College. In order to qualify for the Dean’s list you must complete a minimum of 12 hours of college-level courses with a minimum 3.3 grade-point average. Congrats, Camryn.
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