You Saw It, Nov. 3

The St. Mary’s Hospital mammography department sent in this photo to thank the community for allowing the department to care for them. The department has more than 200 years of combined mammography experience, according to Robyn Gorrino, who sent in this photo. Pictured from left in the back row are Lori Heberle, Lorie Brumback, Shawna Chaffee, June Rush and Tanja Wagler. Pictured from left in the middle row are Bernie Marquardt, Tammy Carei and Mariann Nesheim. And pictured from left in the front row are Robin, Deana Marone, Julie Hunter, Lori Chabot and Cathy Dalley.



Bob Noble, president of the Grand Junction Newcomers Club, presented a check for $300 to Jami Lewis, president of the Grand Junction Centennial Band. The funds will go toward sponsoring one of the band’s concerts during its performance season. Carolyn White, club newsletter editor, sent in this photo.



The Fruita High School class of 1966 celebrated its 50-year reunion with a picnic on Sept. 10 at Reed Park in Fruita. Jeanne Hejny submitted this photo.



Ernie Stech wore a “very obvious CMU sweatshirt that got a lot of second glances” during his Sept. 12 visit to Trail Ridge Road in Rocky Mountain National Park. Ernie’s wife, Yvonne Spaulding, took this photo.



Susan Justice took this photo the first day of autumn near Mesa Lakes Lodge on Grand Mesa.



Kurt Neuswanger (in red) and his dog Patches had this photo taken of themselves by a fellow hiker on Aug. 20 on the north rim of Uncompahgre Peak at 14,309 feet in elevation. The photo looks east along Big Blue Ridge.



Office Max and Office Depot employees surprised the students and staff at Lincoln Orchard Mesa Elementary on Sept. 23 with more than $17,000 worth of school supplies. “The companies will donate approximately $80,000 worth of school supplies this year to Lincoln OM, Orchard Mesa Middle School, Mt. Garfield Middle School, Appleton Elementary and Broadway Elementary,” wrote Emily Shockley with School District 51. “Office Max and Office Depot chose to partner with these five schools based on the number of low-income students in the building and suggestions from customers.”



Jack Acuff sent in this photo of Donald J. Trump Jr., Colorado Sen. Ray Scott and Carol Acuff during Trump Jr.‘s Sept. 22 event at the Mesa County Fairgrounds.



El Capitan in Yosemite National Park can be seen in this photo taken by Ralph N. Marshall. Ralph took the during an educational Roadscholar Trip with his wife, Lily Marshall, to the park Sept. 12–16. “This was my first trip to California and the sights were breathtaking,” Ralph wrote.




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