Grand Junction firefighters Chris McCoy, left ,and Derek Trombetta, along with McCoy’s three-year-old son KC McCoy, shop at the Rimrock Walmart Thursday morning for the annual Toys for Tots program. Grand Junction Professional Firefighters Local No. 2808 spent $8,000 for Toys for Tots. $3,000 came from the Turkey Trot, $2,000 was raised at the Grand Junction Firefighters Golf Tournament and $3,000 was donated by Walmart. Grand Junction firefighters have been shopping for Toys for Tots for more than 20 years.
Services are pending for Robert R. Denning, who fashioned a 40-year career and a lifetime avocation from well-crafted wood. Denning died Nov. 27 at his Grand Junction home. He was 82. Denning headed The Denning Lumber Co. for four decades and was a musician for most of his life, playing the violin in school and the viola for the Grand Junction Symphony Orchestra.
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