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The Year in Review: Fourth Quarter is the Quarter of the Young
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Eightyone cars were displayed at the third annual Lion's Club Autumn Car Show held at Greenhorn Meadows Park.
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Once again, the 2017 Rye High School Homecoming Parade was a great success.
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The fourth quarter started out with the announcement that Craver Middle School joined Rye High School and Rye Elementary School as a Performance School named by the State of Colorado. This was the first time Craver Middle School had won the award based on student achievement and growth from a variety of assessments.

Over 100 people turned out for the 4th Annual Hoof-it for Harlie race. The race raises money for Harlie’s Greenhouse located at Rye Elementary School. It also honors the shortened life of Harlie Barickman who died in a tragic accident.

Eightyone cars were displayed at the third annual Lion’s Club Autumn Car Show held at Greenhorn Meadows Park. The top winner of the show was a 1953 Classic GMC Truck owned by Alonzo Mestas of Colorado Springs.

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