Town Talk for May 26 | VailDaily.com

Town Talk for May 26

Vail, CO Colorado

On April 29, early in the morning, champagne was served as 70 of the most well-dressed Vail Valley people enjoyed a delicious wedding breakfast at Route 6 Cafe. Little princesses and big princesses watched the most celebrated wedding of the century on flat-screen TVs. There was even one prince (Andre Willner) in his tailcoat. The decorations were by local interior designer Carol Moore, and the TVs were donated by Hayden Scott, of EEF Productions. The family of Diana Mathias had brought over many wedding souvenirs, and the souvenir shop was a roaring success. Many members of the community came to celebrate and enjoy the party together. Daphne Slevin; Michael Hazard; Marijke Brofos; Anne Hintz; Dan Nott; Helen Rieder; Deb Travers; Betsey and Lindsay Kiehl (Lindsay was a fair and beautiful princess); Laurie Mullin; the International Dining Club; Mia Mathias and Derek Lennon; Erika Duke; Hayden Scott and his two boys; Rece Chilton; Sarah Chilton and two of her school friends; and many others will remember the Will and Kate wedding as a special time at Route 6 Cafe. A huge "thank you" to Ollie — another Brit — for providing the wedding breakfast. All of the proceeds went to Mountains of Love, a local nonprofit supporting the Emilia d’Cuire special-needs school in La Ceiba, Honduras. It was tremendously successful as the event raised more than $2,000.

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Eagle County BMX would like to thank John and Kelli Ricca, of A-Phase Electric, for their generous material donation to help with the relocation of the new start. Thanks so much! Opening day was May 22, and it was a great success. The next race is June 9. Registration is from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m., with races immediately following. Come by and check it out. Go to http://www.eagle

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