A drive, a putt, $22,000 raised

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A drive, a putt, $22,000 raised

Lynday Gillespie hits the ball at the 18th hole at Dalton Ranch for Thursday afternoon's Columbine Duet Golf Classic finale. The team, which won second place in its flight, is from Pagosa Springs and includes, from left, Barbra Sanburn, Kay Crumpton and Audrey Johnson.
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The first class in the new Manna Culinary Training Program will be held Aug. 18. Classes will run 8 to 11:30 a.m. and 12:30 to 2:30 p.m. Monday through Friday. The program will meet the accreditation standards of the American Culinary Federation.
Registration now is open at Southwest Colorado Community College, 701 Camino del Rio in the Commons Building. The tuition is about $2,700 for the four-month course, and some financial aid is available. Students must have a high school or GED diploma.
Information also is available by calling the college at 247-2929, ext. 7211, or Thomas Bentley, manager of the Manna Training and Resource Center, at 385-5095, ext. 6.
Class sizes are limited.

A drive, a putt, $22,000 raised

Lynday Gillespie hits the ball at the 18th hole at Dalton Ranch for Thursday afternoon's Columbine Duet Golf Classic finale. The team, which won second place in its flight, is from Pagosa Springs and includes, from left, Barbra Sanburn, Kay Crumpton and Audrey Johnson.
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