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Randy Wyrick & You

Dan The Sandwich Man, one of those wonderful folks at Avon Bakery and Deli, called to remind the universe that they’re running their lunch special through the end of May. It’s $5.95 for one of their dandy sandwiches, large drink and chips. They’re also doing 2-for-1 bread on the weekends.Marion and Gussie say ThanksWhen you get life right, it looks an awful lot like Marion and Gussie Baker, whose picture ran in this very space a couple weeks back when they were celebrating their 68th wedding anniversary.They’d like to say “thanks,” and we’re going to accommodate them.”This is just a tiny message,But it is written just for youWho found time in your busy lifeTo give us a moment or two.We hope that you can feelAs we, light hearted and gay,And share with us the magic of that wonderful day.”Thanks to everyone for the flowers, gifts, cards and best wishes on our 68th Wedding Day.We love you.Marion and Gussie Baker.Adoption classes SaturdayMountain Adoption Placement Services is hosting an adoption education class this Saturday at Lord of the Mountains Lutheran Church in Dillon.The classes run 9 a.m. to noon, then 1 to 4 p.m.Adoption education classes are required by Colorado law as part of the homestudy process, and this class meets part of that requirement. It’s free.Call 970-262-2998 or e-mail the Weakest LinkTime is running short for you to lobby the Vaily Daily’s High Sheriffs to pick up the tab for the Titans of Town Talk to play in this weekend’s Weakest Link Golf Classic. The whole deal is a benefit for the Eagle County Charter Academy. It’s Friday, May 17, and we already cleared it with your boss for you to play hooky from work. It’s a 1 p.m. shotgun start at Beaver Creek, and it 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.Play GuitarTake John Mellencamp’s greatest advice, “knock off all that macho s—, and learn how to play guitar.” Elisa Bernardo can teach you. Sign up for lessons this summer beginning June 1. Call Elisa at Music 4 U, 476-5465, or e-mail her at Chances are you’ve heard her play at different places around the Vail Valley. She’s impressive, and you could be, too.

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