Town Talk for April 5 |

Town Talk for April 5

Vail, CO Colorado
Vail Youth Ballet Company dancers, parents and teachers visited New York City over winter break. The exciting and educational trip takes place every other year and is sponsored by Friends of the Dance. Each dancer raises money for this trip through fundraisers. The dancers and teachers took master ballet classes, hip-hop and musical-theater classes and attended the Broadway shows "Billy Elliot," "Memphis" and "Spider-Man." One of the highlights of the trip was to get a backstage tour of the Koch Theatre at the Lincoln Center Plaza before seeing the New York City Ballet present "Swan Lake." Back row: Megan Green, Susan Gruber, Linda Lampert, Kari Sea, Hannah Green, Haley Hervert, and Michelle and Senenne Philippon. Front row: Anneleise Niederhauser, Ann Powell, Robin Deighan, Kai Martinez, Gaby Leeds, Katherine Sayre, Lindsay and Kate Rauch, and Audrey Deighan. Kneeling: Allie Gruber.

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NRC Broadcasting is excited to announce the fourth-annual American Furniture Warehouse Western Slope Home Show. The show will take place in the 55,000-square-foot Eagle River Center in Eagle on Friday from 4 to 8 p.m. and Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. This is a renowned event that gives homeowners and builders an opportunity to see thousands of home ideas under one roof, a convenient alternative to that long drive to Denver in search of home needs.

For more information on this event or to become a sponsor or a vendor, contact Monica at 970-949-0140.

Franco H. D’Agostino of Vail, a member of the Class of 2013, has been named to the honor roll at Phillips Academy for the winter term. To be named to the honor roll, students must maintain at least a five-point grade average on a six-point scale.

Phillips Academy, also known as Andover, is a coeducational, nonprofit, independent high school of 1,100 students, known for its extensive and rigorous academic program. Founded in 1778, the academy comprises a diverse community of teachers and students. For more information, visit the Andover website at

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