Town Talk for June 30, 2003 |

Town Talk for June 30, 2003

BMHS class reunion time

The loyal alumni of Battle Mountain High School are getting together over the July 4th weekend in Vail. It’s for anyone who graduated before 1990. You get all kinds of activities including a fireworks party, picnics, a chance to see how much better you’re doing than everyone else and how your old boyfriends turned fat and bald. They’re doing a Blast from the Past 1980s Prom Night, and are looking for a place to have it. They’re entering a float in Vail’s July 4th parade. That means they need some BMHS memorabilia. Contact Robin (Kittay) Fritz, 970-376-0486,; Gretchen Graber at 970-524-5463,; or Cindy (Brown) Crawford at 970-328-2899,

America’s favorite music

It’s a dinner/dance and musoical variety show to benefit the Vail Interfaith Chapel. It’s Thursday, July 3 at The Lodge at Vail. Call 479-1154 for reservations. Tickets are $200 for adults and $50 fror kids. Dress like the patriot we know you are.

You want Krispy Kreme

The Family Learning Center is having another Krispy Kreme fundraiser, and will be selling donuts until July 7. The orders will be available for pick up at the FLC in Edwards on July 10 after 7:30 a.m. The cost is $7.50 per dozen. Orders can be mailed to 31626 U.S. HWY 6 Edwards, CO 81632 ATTN: Theresa Baker. That is also the same address where they can be picked up. Questions can be directed to Theresa at 926-7070.

Learn about Forest Health

The Eagle County Republicans are sponsoring a educational talk on Forest Health and the Threat of Wildfire, 6:30 p.m., Monday June 30, at Manor Vail. Jim Hubbard (State Forester of Colorado) will be the featured guest speaker. Jim has served as State Forester of Colorado since 1984. He served in several leadership positions at both the state and national level, including a term as chair of Gov. Bill Owens’s Wildland Urban Interface Working Group. Jim is the past president of the National Association of State Foresters. The event is free, and refreshments will be provided. Give Ron Howell a call at 949-5054, so he knows how many of those little meatball thingies to cook.

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