Town Talk for September 27
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Want to make a difference? Support a student from The Vail Academy on Friday for their annual Presidential Fitness Challenge. Kindergarten through eighth-grade students are raising money for much-needed sports equipment for their school. Students will run a mile and test their abilities with push ups, sit ups, sprints and more. In celebration of the Olympics, they will be divided into countries. Countries will be represented by one student from each grade level. Contact The Vail Academy at 970-766-4116 for more information or to make a donation. Thank you for your support!
The Eagle Valley chapter of the Parkinson Association will be holding its next support-group meeting today at Trinity Church in Edwards. This meeting is for Parkinson patients, as well as their family and friends, who are looking for support and resources in a fun and uplifting atmosphere. This will be a great meeting for caregivers or those in a support role to attend, as there will be a special informational session just for you. For more information, please call 970-328-8896.
The Children’s Garden of Learning would like to thank all of the participants in Sunday’s Vail-Summit Orthopedics Fun Run, as well as Highline Sports and Entertainment, Vail-Summit Orthopedics, 1st Bank, Vail Valley Animal Hospital, Old Forge Pizza, Master Sealers, 10th Mountain Builders, Mintown Studios, Green Zebra Adventures and the Ogden family for helping to make this year’s Vail-Summit Orthopedics Fun Run so successful!
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