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Town Talk for Aug. 21, 2002

The good folks at the Avon Rec. Center are taking registrations for the year-round Avon Dolphins swim team. The fall Season begins Sept. 9, and practices will run Monday through Friday from 4-5 p.m. They have a bunch of scheduling and pass options to suit any level of interest. To register, or find out more about joining the Avon Dolphins swim team, call 748-4060.

Youth tackle football signup

Sign up now for our youth tackle football program for both boys and girls in grades 3-6. The program stresses fundamentals and rules of the sport, as well as, good sportsmanship and fun. Staff will teach offensive and defensive skills, strategies and rules. Practices are held weekday afternoons with games on Sundays. If you would like more information, or to register please call Ron Moreno at 748-4056.



Locations: Nottingham Park lower field, Battle Mountain High School, Eagle Valley High School. Fee: $100 per child.

“Gar’ needs help



Friends and family of Garfield “Gar” Brown hope you can help the popular, longtime local recover from a motorcycle accident that happened Friday. He’s in intensive care at Yampa Valley Hospital up in Steamboat Springs. Although he’s expected to fully recover, Gar’s looking at a lengthy period of recuperation due to multiple injuries. If anything, he’s sure to miss a bunch of work, too.

Anybody wanting to help Gar can make contributions to The Gar Brown Benefit Fund, WestStar Bank, PO Box 3219, Avon CO, 81620. You can drop off a contribution at any WestStar Bank.

Cards may be sent to Yampa Valley Hospital, 1624 Central Park Dr., Steamboat Springs, CO, 80487.



For more information, call Roger LeCroix at 949-5775.

Crissa Lea lives on

The Angels in Action are raising money for the Crissa Lea Swinford Scholarship Fund with the Angels in Action 5K Fun Run/Walk is Sunday, Aug. 25. Registration starts at 7:30 a.m. and the race goes off at 9 a.m. from the Avon Rec Center. Participants receive a T-shirt designed by Crissa’s sister, Beth Swinford. Instead of awards, everyone’s entered in a drawing for some amazing prizes. It’s limited to the first 300 entries. To make a donation to the scholarship fun, or get more info, call Kim Bradley at 845-2000.

Your joke du jour

A character actor confided to a pal, “I’m almost 65 years old, have saved

a million and have fallen madly in love with a dashing young blonde of 19.

Do you think I’d have a better chance of marrying her if I told her I’m only 50?”

“I think you’d have a better chance to land her,” said the pal frankly, “if you told her you’re 80!”


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