Hundred Club honors first responders

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Hundred Club honors first responders

In addition to helping first responders and their families through injury and death, the Hundred Club of Durango offers scholarships to Fort Lewis, San Juan and Southwest Colorado Community colleges. Scholarship students recognized at the club’s banquet in late November were, from left, Shandin Dodge, Amber Harwig, Caitlin Martin, Morgan Walts and Austin Shupe.
Brad Tyra, aspiring velodrome cyclist for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the guest speaker at The Liberty School’s Dyslexic Hall of Fame on Nov. 19 at the DoubleTree Hotel.

Hundred Club honors first responders

In addition to helping first responders and their families through injury and death, the Hundred Club of Durango offers scholarships to Fort Lewis, San Juan and Southwest Colorado Community colleges. Scholarship students recognized at the club’s banquet in late November were, from left, Shandin Dodge, Amber Harwig, Caitlin Martin, Morgan Walts and Austin Shupe.
Brad Tyra, aspiring velodrome cyclist for the 2016 Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, was the guest speaker at The Liberty School’s Dyslexic Hall of Fame on Nov. 19 at the DoubleTree Hotel.
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