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Town Talk for Jan. 17

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Ladies! Please join us for the inaugural event of the Christian Women’s Network of the Vail Valley on Tuesday from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Trinity Church, 90 Lariat Loop in Edwards. These quarterly events offer an opportunity for Christian women of Eagle County to gather for fellowship, food and spiritual growth, promoting unity in the faith. For more information, contact Olga Griffin at 970-331-6276.

The annual Guild Moonlight Snowshoe Event to support Bravo! Children’s Music Education Programs is taking place Wednesday at the Cordillera Valley Club. Entry fee includes chili, brownies, hot cocoa and the chance to win some great Nordic prizes. Please call Liz Campbell at 970-827-4302 to register. We look forward to seeing you there!



Amelia Ortiz, a Vail Mountain School senior, has been accepted into the No. 1 liberal arts college in the country, Williams College, in western Massachusetts. She also has been recognized as a 2010-11 Discus Award winner for her achievements in the areas of academics, community service and athletics. The Discus Awards is a national program that provides recognition and scholarship opportunities to all-around high school students who excel in three of 10 key attributes. Her parents are Michael and Anita Ortiz, of Eagle.


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