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Town Talk for Oct. 7, 2002

Those wonderful folks at the Eagle Valley and Vail Valley chambers of commerce are running a couple political forums. At 6 p.m. today in the Eagle County Building in Eagle, the three county commissioner candidates square off. Republican incumbent Tom Stone, along with challengers Democrat Gerry Sandberg and Independent Laurie Bower.

At 7 p.m. Tuesday in the Avon town council chambers, all 12 candidates for Avon Town Council will go at it.

Go there. Get enlightened.



Voter registration deadline Monday

You have until the close of business today to do your civic and moral duty, and register to vote. Voter registration application forms are available at the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder offices located in Avon, El Jebel and Eagle, as well as at all Town Clerk offices throughout Eagle County. Application forms are also available on Eagle County’s web site located at http://www.eagle-county.com. For more info call the Eagle County Clerk and Recorder’s Election Department by calling 328-8715.



EVHS Booster Club

golf tourney

Those folks at Eagle Valley High School could use a little rest and relaxation. Toward that noble goal, the EVHS Booster Club golf extravaganza is Sunday at Cotton Ranch in Gypsum. It’s $100, with an 11 a.m. shotgun start. Call 328-8960.



Republican Roundup

Saddle up and head out to the 4-Eagle Ranch for the Eagle County Republicans Fall Round-up on Friday, October 11. Chow down on some great western barbecue and hear your local candidates jaw about the issues. Plus wagon rides, marshmallow roast, horseshoes, and the insights of Marc Holtzman, Colorado Secretary of Technology, on how our valley businesses can benefit from the hi-tech age. Make your reservation now for a Grand Old Party with the G.O.P. Call 328-0701.

It’s a woman thing

The Vail Valley Business Women are getting together, 6 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 9 at Manor Vail. A panel of women in the medical profession will speak on diffrent women’s health issues, including a representative from Breast

Cancer Awareness, two medical doctors and a naturopathic health professional.


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