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Grady Harrison Devins was born on March 21 at 10:25 p.m. weighing 7 pounds, 10 ounces. He is the pride and joy of Mike and Shana Devins of Salt Creek. Grady and his folks are doing well and adjusting to the new routine. Thanks to Dr. Peck, Nurse Heidi and Nurse Emily at the Women and Children's Center of Vail Valley Medical Center.

We received the following message from a worried reader:”On Sunday, I left my purse outside in a shopping cart at City Market in Avon. Someone found it in the cart and did not turn it in. You can have the cash; all the credit cards and checks have been canceled, and I had receipts for the gift cards, so if you try to use the gift cards you will be arrested on the spot. There was also a baggie of money that belonged to my son who saved this money to buy something special. Shame on you for not turning it in. I would like my purse and keys back, so if you have a heart, please return them to City Market in Avon, or call me at 390-8626; no questions asked. Remember – what goes around comes around.”

Lost in a Bowl

And this one came in from someone else:”Lost: Green disposable Fuji camera on Vail Mountain Back Bowls on March 21. Please call 390-9230 if found! Much appreciated.”

Dinner time!Eagle County’s 4-H clubs and the fifth-grade girls from the Vail Academy are holding a dinner for the valley’s senior citizens on April 14.

The Italian-style dinner will be served at 5:30 p.m. in the exhibit hall at the Eagle County Fairgrounds. Please R.S.V.P. by April 7. To R.S.V.P. or to learn more, call 328-8630.Vail, Colorado

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