Briefs, Oct. 3, 2012
GarCo Energy Board meeting set
Industry representatives will discuss water use, management, treatment and recycling practices related to oil and gas development at the monthly Garfield County Energy Advisory Board meeting Thursday.
Tyler Bittner, engineering team leader for WPX Energy, and Doug Dennison, environmental and governmental affairs representative for Bill Barrett Corp., will speak at the Rifle Branch Library, 207 East Ave. The meeting will be from 6 to 8 p.m., with a light meal and social time starting at 5:30 p.m.
RSVP by calling 970-625-5915.
Alliance to host former legislator
The Western Slope Conservative Alliance will host Mark Hillman, a former state Senate majority and minority leader and a former state treasurer, at its meeting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday at the city of Grand Junction auditorium, 250 N. Fifth St.
Hillman will discuss protecting property rights and other state and national issues that affect economic liberties.
Call Sandy Peeso at 201-9322 for information.
Festival pet, talent winners named
Here are the results of the Youth Pet and Talent Show that took place Sunday during the Fruita Fall Festival:
■ Pet show: grand prize, Marshal Joseph, best pet trick, golden retriever hug; first place, pet costumes, Chloe Cantrell, bassett/beagle; second place, pet costumes, Ryenn and McKenna Knowland, two guinea pigs; third place, pet costumes, Myah Dessarich, guinea pig, white; and most unusual, Grace Miller, kitten
■ Talent Show: overall winner, Tiernan Boyd, vocal solo; younger than 7, first place, Noah Harris, whipcracking; ages 7–12, first place, Lily Deserich, vocal solo, second place, Ben Bachman, vocal solo, third place, Liberty Martinez, vocal solo, and honorable mention, Haley Tenney, vocal solo; first place, Madison/Tori, group vocal; first place, Aidie/Ana, group dance; ages 13–17, Anthony Gonzales,vocal solo.