Town Talk for Friday, June 18, 2010
Prescott College is pleased to announce that Elizabeth Garrison, a resident of Avon, was awarded a master’s degree in environmental education on May 22. The college’s community-based master’s program allows students to continue to live and work in their home communities with the guidance of local advisers and mentors while completing their degree. Prescott College offers a resident bachelor’s program at its main campus in Prescott, Ariz., low-residency bachelor’s, master’s and doctorate degrees and recreational learning through its Lifelong Learning Center. All programs emphasize student-directed, experience-based learning by doing, environmental and cultural awareness and social justice. Prescott College celebrates more than 40 years as a leader in experienced-based education. More information is available at http://www.prescott.edu.
Erik celebrates 10 years of employment and service to Mount of the Holy Cross Lutheran Church this month! You may recognize this colorful character as he is the face of Plum TV as well! Help us celebrate by coming to a party! It’s Saturday at the Eagle-Vail Pool. We will swim at 4 p.m. and then enjoy a potluck supper at 5 p.m. Everyone is invited, and be prepared for a fun time! Questions? Call Kim at 970-476-6610.
Dear Thief,I’m at a loss as to why you would take MY bike out of MY garage and leave yours in its place. I do not want your old Giant mountain bike. I want my 1999 red-and-black Trek 8500 mountain bike with a front disk brake and a seat post shock. It may be old, but it is mine! And if stealing my bike wasn’t bad enough, you left your POS in the middle of my garage so I couldn’t park without getting out and moving it. When you realize the mistake you have made, you can return my property to Miller Ranch in Edwards. Your bike is currently housed with the good people of the Eagle County Sheriff’s Office. Regards, Bryan.