Town Talk for Oct. 1, 2002
It’s not wise to come between the polo ball and the lovely and talented Lindsay Jo Hackman and her horse, her body armor and that massive stick she’s swinging for Colorado State University. Lindsay made the CSU women’s polo team, ranked No. 2 in the nation behind some snooty team that had better not get too attached to its top ranking. Miss Lindsay works out at the Berry Creek Equestrian Center in the summer, and says it’s her life-long dream come true to pla polo for CSU. Folks whose wonderfulness knows no bounds, like Lindsay, should always see their dreams come true.
It’s Tom Whitehead time
It’s that special time of year when you get to go golfing for good, and could do it almost every day of the week, which is a good thing. This time, it’s the Tom Whitehead Memorial Golf Classic. It’s Friday at the Cordillera Valley Club, and registration is 10:30 a.m. It’ll cost you 150 tax deductible dollars, and you’ll be playing a two-person scramble. You get an auction, barbecue, prizes and all the good karma you can stand. Call Chad Brasington at 328-1251.
The Princess P has been busy, and we’ve been slackers about getting it in. These are now belated, but here they are.
n Everyone from the Eagle Diner, especially Wade Wise’s girlfriends, want to send him hugs and kisses and many wishes that he had a great birthday. It was Sept. 28. We love you, Mom, Dad, Patrice, Barb, etc.
n Stan Koenig’s birthday Sunday was spent in the company of the good folks at Trinity Church in Edwards.
n Next time you’re in the Eagle Diner, with Barb “Spasner” Dabner a very happy birthday. It was Sunday, but she’s still smiling. Also welcome her back from her Florida vacation, and offer to compare tan lines.