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The Greenhorn Valley News-March 22, 1990-12 pages-Black and White-35 cents per copy

The Greenhorn Valley Chamber of Commerce activities were highlighted on the front page as they presented an award to Greenhorn Bank president Morris Chambers for his efforts in bringing Columbia House to Colorado City. Rick Jandt gave an update on the efforts underway to acquire scenic and historic highway designation for Highway 165 with full support from the U. S. Forest Service and the Greenhorn Chamber of Commerce. Thanks were given to Dodie Biersdorfer, Judy Gray, Pam Smith and Judy Graves, the creators of the costume for the new chamber mascot, the Greenhorn It. The Greenhorn It made its debut at the St. Patrick’s Day Dance at Taco Rock where it was reported board member Ed Graves was mysteriously absent during the Greenhorn It’s appearance.

Diana Brown reported on the success of the all-school concert which featured the Rye Elementary fifth grade band, the Rye High School band, the Craver Middle School band, and the Craver Middle School Chorus. The chorus was directed by Linda Regier, with dancing by Heidi and Amy Golly and Aaron Shifflet. Special appearance of Wolfman Richard Miller featured dancers Brandi Baxter, Natalie Hamler, Summer Wade, Shauna Ealey and the Purple People Eaters- Holly Ragan and Amanda Ealey.

Donna Thomas, learning disabilities teacher for the valley’s three schools, and Judy Kersey, kindergarten teacher, were both being nominated for teacher of the year.

Dave and Shirley Harmon announced the sale of their business, Mountain Disposal to Willard Klipfel.

The Rye Chautauqua was seeking volunteers for the 1990 summer program after the retirement of one of the founding members, Marian Elwell.

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