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Town Talk for March 11

Vail CO Colorado
Students from Mrs. Towle's second-grade class at Stone Creek Charter School enjoyed a very special presentation about Mt. Everest. World-renowned mountaineer, local hero and all around wonderful woman, Ellen Miller, spent some time with the kids showing pictures, telling stories about her experiences on Mt. Everest, talking about the different cultures, religions and people she has encountered and answering questions. Her presentation and message about following your dreams and never forgetting them was inspirational to everyone lucky enough to be in attendance. A big thank you to Ellen from the second-grade class and Stone Creek Charter School.
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Enjoy a fun Ladies Night Out while donating to a great cause today at Minturn’s Gourmet Cowboy. Battle Mountain High School Project Graduation 2011 will host the event from 5 to 9 p.m. For only $20, you’ll receive a drink and gourmet appetizers and shop for clothes, jewelry and other great items. The bar opens at 4:30 p.m., and the night’s proceeds will be donated to keep seniors safe on graduation night, May 28. Plan to attend!

CarniVail wraps up tonight with a free Buckwheat Zydeco concert, presented by Grand Marnier. This Creole dance party will get going in Vail Village in front of Solaris at 6 p.m. today. Come out and boogie to the Buckwheat beat!


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