Springing jailbirds for muscular dystrophy

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Springing jailbirds for muscular dystrophy

From left, Barbara McLachlan, the Democratic candidate for the 59th Colorado House seat, community volunteer Bliss Bruen and Durango City Councilor Sweetie Marbury aren’t jailbirds, they’re just wearing prison stripes as part of their fundraising for the Muscular Dystrophy Association last week, where friends helped raise money to free them from “Lock Up.”
Tekla Dennison Miller signs a copy of her book Mother Rabbit at the Durango Chapter of the American Association of University Women’s Book & Author Luncheon on Saturday at Fort Lewis College. The book chronicles Miller’s sister’s experience as a supervisor of Playboy Bunnies in the late 1960s.

Springing jailbirds for muscular dystrophy

From left, Barbara McLachlan, the Democratic candidate for the 59th Colorado House seat, community volunteer Bliss Bruen and Durango City Councilor Sweetie Marbury aren’t jailbirds, they’re just wearing prison stripes as part of their fundraising for the Muscular Dystrophy Association last week, where friends helped raise money to free them from “Lock Up.”
Tekla Dennison Miller signs a copy of her book Mother Rabbit at the Durango Chapter of the American Association of University Women’s Book & Author Luncheon on Saturday at Fort Lewis College. The book chronicles Miller’s sister’s experience as a supervisor of Playboy Bunnies in the late 1960s.
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