Town Talk for August 17 |

Town Talk for August 17

Vail, CO Colorado
Happy birthday, Nina. Thank you for all you do for us — you're the best. We love you! From your boys, Diego, Andres and Skittles.

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Call for volunteers! We need help spreading the word about the USA Pro Cycling Challenge Stage 4 Finish this weekend at the Gran Fondo in Vail. Volunteers will be needed to man a tent and hand out brochures Saturday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m., and Sunday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. Volunteers will be given swag as a thank you for helping! Email to sign up.

Unity of the Mountains Spiritual Community visioning meeting will be held Sunday at the Avon Library, from 5 to 7 p.m. A potluck dinner will follow. Each of us makes up the meaningful spiritual community of Unity of the Mountains, and we each bring spirit’s with unique contributions to it. The Rev. Wendy Burroughs will be leading us in the guided visioning process to catch God’s vision for what we are evolving into as our next expression as a community. As part of this discernment process, we wll be catching a greater vision for our future and identifying clear next steps to bring it to fruition. Everyone’s participation is critical because without you, the vision will not be as full. Please save this date and plan to join us for this vital process for Unity of the Mountains. Not only will this process bring forth good for Unity of the Mountains, but it is also a process that can be used in your daily life. Come and be a part of the evolution.

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