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Town Talk for Tuesday, Oct. 22, 2002

If you haven’t heard of Stephanie Samuelson, just genuflect in the general direction of Eagle to pay her the tribute she deserves. About half the Eagle populace showed up Saturday night for the Friends of the Pool Pasta Fund-raiser and Funfest, put together by Princess Stephanie and cast of several. They raised a bunch of money, which will be used to increase the size of the new Eagle pool. They also did a fun run Sunday morning, to help all those who committed the sin of gluttony pay for their sins of the flesh.They need to raise a bunch more money, so send Stephanie checks early and often.aDoug’s family needs your helpDoug Reedie lived in Minturn and died a couple weeks ago of Lou Gehrig’s disease. His mom moved here to take care of him and she lost everything in the process: money, her apartment, everything. So now that Doug is gone and she’s in debt, some great local folks are raising money for her to take home to try and rebuild her life. (She is a very private woman, so she does not really like the idea, but they’re doing it anyway.) We’ve raised a couple of thousand in neighborhood donations, and she is selling Doug’s beautiful 65 Thunderbird.She wandered through Town Talk Towers last week, and she’s fantastic.They’re throwing a memorial/benefit at 455 Main st (the old Tavern/455/Mariachi’s) on Wednesday from 6-10 p.m. It will be a $15 donation, and that will get you: JB’s BBQ and Gourmet Cowboy food, refreshments and music by Dirk Diggler. They’re accepting silent auction donations also. Contact Wendy at 390-2574, or Mike at 390-6702.The band plays onEagle Valley High School Music Department is proud to present its annual fall concert at the Vilar Center For The Arts In Beaver Creek, 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 22. The concert will be filled with a variety of music for all ages. The Symphonic Band, Jazz Band, Concert Choir, and Select Choir will all be performing many different styles of music including swing, rock, country, and contemporary pop music. Tickets are $5 each and can be purchased in advance from Eagle Valley High School band and choir members. Tickets may also be purchased in advance or the night of the concert at the Vilar Center box office (845-TIXS). For more information, call EVHS music director Pat Sheehy, 328-8960.Political punch-out is ThursdayDemocrat Mark Udall and Republican Sandy Hume will knock heads in a political no-holds-barred cage match to the death. It’s 6 p.m. Thursday at the Vilar Center, which is a pretty high class place for a political debate, although there’ll be a cash bar afterward where you can meet the candidates in their natural habitat. It’s sponsored by the Vail Valley Chamber & Tourism Bureau and Robin Litt did most of the work for this; the Vail Daily and the Vilar Center. Go there. Get informed.Prohibit pet parenthoodThe Eagle County Humane Society’s bi-annual spay and neuter discount runs through October. Pet owners can save $20 off the cost of the procedure for their pets. Call 328-PETS for more information.BMHS College/Career NightBattle Mountain’s College/Career Night is 7-8:30 p.m., Thursday, Oct. 24. Just about every institution of higher learning in this spiral arm of the universe will be represented. And from some of these schools, you can also learn some practical skills for which people will actually pay you money. Call Battle Mountain’s Karen Sanders at 328-2935.


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