Briefs: Local News September 19, 2008
Broncos Football Club to visit Junction
• The Denver Broncos Football Club, as part of their Broncos Country Flag Campaign, will visit Grand Junction from 2 to 3:30 p.m. Wednesday at Stocker Stadium. The event is free.
Guests include Ring of Fame member Billy Thompson, Broncos cheerleaders and Miles the Mascot.
Th ere will be autographs, a raffle and Super Bowl trophies for viewing.
For information, call 244-1507.
Eagles sponsors regional conference
• The Fraternal Order of Eagles will sponsor the annual Four Corners Regional Conference Sept. 26-28 at the Grand Junction Eagle’s Aerie, 1674 U.S. Highway 50.
More than 150 officers from Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah will be in attendance.
The group will give $5,000 to the Children’s Hospital in Denver. For information, call 242-6004.
Seminar to address gas development
• Palisade Town Administrator Tim Sarmo will discuss the effects of gas development from 4 to 5:30 p.m. Monday at the Saccomanno Lecture Hall at Mesa State College as part of the “Natural Resources in the West” series.
Sarmo will emphasize protecting watersheds, local regulation of the natural gas industry and industry relations.
The seminar is free. For information, call 248-1689.
Food bank walk scheduled Oct. 5
• The CROP Walk will take place at 1 p.m. Oct. 5, beginning at Sacred Heart Church in Fruita.
The walk raises money for local food banks.
For information, call 243-0136.
Oregon State student makes honor roll
• Amy B. Bradham of Grand Junction was named to the Scholastic Honor Roll for the summer semester at Oregon State University. Bradham earned straight-A’s and is studying pre-nuclear engineering.