Grand Lake, Winter Park restaurateur Dougal ‘gave to everyone he met’ | SkyHiNews.com

Grand Lake, Winter Park restaurateur Dougal ‘gave to everyone he met’

David "Dougal" Mc Dougal passed away this spring leaving fond memories for those who were lucky enough to share in his life. Everyone knew him as "Dougal" and his smile and kindness were infectious. Dougal hailed from Texas where his parents were cotton farmers. Each of the five kids worked on the farm picking cotton, and growing "the best tomatoes in Texas." After a trip through Europe with his brother Dale, Dougal moved to Colorado and worked at the Homestead restaurant as a dishwasher and bus boy for Ralph Uglow. As the years passed Dougal landed in Grand County, and the rest is history. Dougal's first restaurant was in Grand lake, Voltaires, an upscale dining establishment at the east end of what used to be the round room on Grand Avenue. He along with Ralph Uglow managed the restaurant at the Grand Lake Lodge after it was refurbished from a fire in the 70s. Soon after, an opportunity presented it's self to purchase The Mountain Inn restaurant in Grand Lake where Dougal really planted his roots in the community. Dougal was involved in everything from the Rocky Mountain Repertory Theater Board, to organizing morning aerobic classes at the Lariat Saloon. After several years in Grand Lake, Dougal made the move to Winter Park's Sliverado II opening his restaurant in lower level of the condo complex. Moving to the east end of the valley opened him up to Winter Park's handicap program and the Sunshine Kids. His huge heart found a love and passion in these kids, and to those who so generously gave of their time to make dreams come true. He was instrumental in the birth of the "Shinning Stars Foundation" his dedication to the Shinning Stars lives on in Denver. Physically, heartfelt, and monetarily, Dougal gave to everyone he met. In the mid '90s, Dougal opened Dougal's Catering Service in Denver. Becoming well-known in the Denver Community for fantastic events… catering and donating food, Dougal became personally involved with several nonprofit organizations including Channel 6, Courage Classic, Rocky Mountain PBS, Denver Kids, Women's Bean Project, Angel Hearts, Urban Peaks, and Shining Stars Foundation. Dougal served on the Colorado Restaurant Board, was a past president of the International Caterers Association, and a Rotarian. During this time Dougal was lucky enough to meet his life partner Nick who cared for and loved Dougal through their many years together. Dougal is survived by his partner Nick, three sisters, and all of us who loved him. A service will take place at noon in Grand Lake on Sunday, June 22, at Point Park in Dougal's memory with a gathering of friends at the Daven Haven Lodge following the service.

Obituary: David “Dougal” Lynn McDougal, Oct. 22, 1946 – Feb. 28, 2014

David "Dougal" Lynn McDougal, 66, died Feb. 28, 2014. He was born Oct. 22, 1946. He was the son of Vernon and Margaret McDougal. He attended Texas Tech University where he was a member of Phi Gamma Delta fraternity. He retired the owner of Dougal's Catering Service in Denver, and had previously owned restaurants in Winter Park and Grand Lake, Colo. Dougal was active in the Colorado Restaurant Association and inducted into its Hall of Fame in 2007. He also served as national president of the International Caterer's Association and was a member of the Denver Rotary Club. Dougal was also the recipient of the "Good Neighbor" Samaritan Award from the National Restaurant Association. He was known for his generosity and the time he donated to worthwhile causes and was a one of the founders of the Shining Stars, an organization which provides recreational and social programs for children with cancer and other life-threatening illnesses. He was preceded in death by his parents and his brother Dale McDougal and survived by his sisters Darlene Duncan, Diane Sargent, Shannon Pettus and special loved ones Nick Flores, and the numerous friends who cared for him throughout his illness. A celebration of Dougal's life is planned for June 22, 2014, in Grand Lake, Colo. Please contact 303-903-4593 for details. Memorial gifts may be donated to the Shining Stars Foundation, 24 County Road 524, Box 730, Tabernash, Co. 80478, Dougal's charity of choice.

Grand County: Four mountain golf course offer fun, challenge

In addition to its excellent wintertime skiing and great mountain biking in the summer, Grand County has become a Mecca for golfers with some of the best mountain courses to be found in the Rockies.Grand County has a total of four courses for golfers to enjoy. The oldest is the Grand Lake Golf Course, which opened in 1968, followed in 1985 by the Pole Creek Golf Course located outside of Tabernash in the Fraser Valley.The countys opportunities for golf were further enhanced in recent years by the opening of two courses in the Granby area. In 2001, the Headwaters Golf Course at Granby Ranch opened its fairways to golfers, followed in 2002 by the Grand Elk Golf Course.Grand LakeCourse name: Grand Lake Golf CourseWebsite: http://www.grandlakegolf.coAddress: 1415 County Road 48, Grand LakePhone number: (970) 627-8872 or (970) 627-8008Type: Public, 18 hole regulationGreen fees: 18 holes, $64; 9 holes, $49Tee times: Call 970-627-8008 for reservations. Weekdays: call seven days in advance.Weekends & Holidays: Can call at 7:00 a.m.Dress code: Shirt and shoes required.Designer: Dick PhelpsTee boxes: Women Red 5,678; Front 9, 35.1/128; Back 9, 35.9/131; 18-hole, 71.0/129Women White 6,310 yards; Front 9, 36.9/135; Back 9, 37.4/141; 18-hole, 74.3/139Men White 6,316 yards; Front 9, 34.6/118; Back 9, 34.9/115; 18-hole, 69.5/117Men Blue 6,542 yards; Front 9, 35.1/121; Back 9, 35.4/117; 18-hole, 70.5/119Practice: A driving range and putting green are available.Amenities: restaurant/lounge, pro shop, beverage cart.Misc. info: Known as the Crown Jewel of Mountain Courses, the Grand Lake Golf Course is an 18-hole championship golf course, carved out of the woods at an elevation of 8,420 feet bordering Rocky Mountain National Park. Its narrowly rolling fairways surround well-tended, subtle greens. The majestic Rocky Mountains, some still capped by the winter snows, tower high above golfers offering exclusive and unique panoramic views. Directions: From Denver or Steamboat, take US Hwy 34 East at the intersection of US Hwy 40 and Highway 34 and go 16 miles to County Road 48 and turn left at the sign marked Golf Course Road. From Estes Park, take the road over Trail Ridge Pass, after leaving the park exit gate, go to County Road 48 and at the Golf Course sign, turn right at the sign marked Golf Course Road.Pole CreekCourse name: Pole Creek Golf Club – Meadow/RanchWebsite: http://www.polecreekgolf.comAddress: 5827 County Road 51, Tabernash, CO 80478Phone number: 800-511-5076Type: Public, 27-hole regulationGreen fees: $69-$99Tee times: Call 970-887-9195 for reservations. Registration can be done 30 days online. Call for reservation if further out than 30 days.Dress code: Collared shirt, spikeless shoes, no cut-offs.Designer: Denis GriffithsTee boxes: Women Red 4,928 yards; Front 9, 34.4/124; Back 9, 34.6/130; 18-hole, 69.0/127Women Gold 5,497 yards; Front 9, 35.4/138; Back 9, 36.1/138; 18-hole, 71.5/138Women White 6,398 yards; Front 9, 38.0/151; Back 9, 38.6/155; 18-hole, 76.6/153Men Gold 5,571 yards; Front 9, 33.0/117; Back 9, 33.5/128; 18-hole, 66.5/122Men White 6,413 yards; Front 9, 34.9/137; Back 9, 36.1/131; 18-hole, 71.0/135Men Blue 7,107 yards; Front 9, 36.6/142; Back 9, 37.1/148; 18-hole, 73.7/145Practice: Grass driving range, putting green and separate chipping green with sand bunker.Amenities: Pro shop are available. On-site catering with clubhouse, restaurant and beverage cart service.Misc. info: Golfers can treat themselves to 27 holes of classic mountain golf on Pole Creeks three distinct courses: The Ranch, The Meadow and The Ridge. Pole Creeks design incorporates existing lodgepole pine, valley meadows, sagebrush and a variety of water hazards including five lakes to create a diverse course appealing to a wide range of golfers. The Ranch 9 and The Meadow 9 wander through lush fields, while The Ridge 9 showcases what golf pro JT Thompson calls the most spectacular view in Colorado.Directions: Take I-70 to Exit 232 (Hwy 40), and go north through Winter Park. At the 220 mile-marker, turn left and follow signs to the course.HeadwatersCourse name: Headwaters Golf Course at Granby RanchWebsite: http://www.granbyranch.comAddress: 2579 County Road 894, Granby, CO 80446Phone number: (970) 887-2709Type: Public, 18-hole regulationGreen fees: $60-$80Tee Times: Available online or call the pro shop.Dress code: Traditional golf attire.Designer: Mike AsmundsonTee boxes: Women Rose 5,310 yards; Front 9, 34.3/118; Back 9, 33.8/123; 18-hole, 68.1/121Women Green 6,024 yards; Front 9, 36.3/123; Back 9, 35.9/131; 18-hole, 72.2/127Men Green 6,024 yards; Front 9, 33.9/115; Back 9, 33.3/111; 18-hole, 67.2/113Men White 6,602 yards; Front 9, 35.1/122; Back 9, 34.9/120; 18-hole, 70.0/121Men Gold 7,210 yards; Front 9, 36.5/131; Back 9, 36.4/122; 18-hole, 72.9/127Practice: Grass driving range and putting green.Amenities: Driving range (double-ended), 3 practice greens, John Jacobs Golf School, snack bar & grill, indoor/outdoor seating, GPSMisc. info: The Headwaters Golf Course is set amid the beauty of the Fraser River Valley just outside the town of Granby. Headwaters provides a beautiful and challenging round of golf for players of all abilities. Elevated tees offer splendid views of mountains, wetlands and lush alpine meadows. Its groomed fairways wind around strategically placed bunkers, lakes and ponds.Directions: Take I-70 to U.S. Hwy 40. Go west about 42 miles to the Headwaters Golf Course/Sol Vista Ski Area entrance. Follow signs east 1.5 miles to course. Grand ElkCourse name: Grand Elk Ranch & ClubWebsite: http://www.golfgrandcounty.com/grandelkAddress: 1300 Ten Mile Drive, Granby, CO 80446Phone number: 887-389-9333Type: Semi-private, 18-hole regulationTee Times: Call 970-887-9122 for reservations. Seven days in advance. Members only until 10 a.m. on Saturdays and Sundays.Dress Code: Collared shirt, no jeans.Designer: Craig Stadler and Tripp Davis Tee boxes: Women Gold 5,092 yards; Front 9, 34.5/120; Back 9, 35.0/128; 18-hole, 69.5/124Women Green 5,611 yards; Front 9, 35.5/126; Back 9, 36.1/134; 18-hole, 71.6/130Women White 6,233 yards; Front 9, 37.5/132; Back 9, 37.4/145; 18-hole, 74.9/139Men Green 5,611 yards; Front 9, 32.9/116; Back 9, 33.9/114; 18-hole, 66.8/115Men White 6,233 yards; Front 9, 34.6/126; Back 9, 34.7/116; 18-hole, 69.3/120Men Blue 6,608 yards; Front 9, 35.4/126; Back 9, 35.8/128; 18-hole, 71.2/127Men Black 6,997 yards; Front 9, 36.1/127; Back 9, 36.4/132; 18-hole, 72.5/130Practice: Grass driving range and putting green.Amenities: Clubhouse and restaurant, on-site catering and GPS included with cart fee.Misc. info: The Grand Elk Golf Course is a par 71 masterwork playing 7,144 yards from the back tees. Echoing the attributes of traditional Heathland courses in the British Isles, the course features gently rolling fairways and strategically placed hazards. The variations in tee boxes will provide a test for the low handicapper or a fun round for the recreational golfer.Directions: Take I-70 west to Hwy 40. Take Hwy 40 north to Granby. The course is southwest of Granby off of Hwy 40. Turn left on Thompson Drive (at City Market), then right on Ten Mile Drive and follow to clubhouse.

Grand County Real Estate Transactions May 20 to May 26

Grand County TransactionsMay 20-26, 2012Cozens Meadow at Grand Park Lot 34 – Grand Park Homes LLC to John Riopelle, $559,000Hot Sulphur Springs Block 19, Lots 2,3 – Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to William Ladrig, $121,919.08Village at Mountain Sky Grand Elk Ranch & Club Lot D23 – Brent Peterson and James Cowgill to Brenda Peterson and Michelle Cowgill, $500Y-Lee Subdivision Block 1, Lot 32 – Wells Fargo Bank NA to Federal National Mortgage Association, $103,193.83Divide at Forest Meadows Bldg A, Unit 5 – Wells Fargo Bank NA to Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation, $93,000Lake Forest 1st Addn Subdivision Block 2, Lot 4 – Jeffrey and Jean Davis to Mark and Michele Lee, $285,000Lake Forest 1st Addn Subdivision Block 2, Lot 3 – Daniel and Eleanor Haney to Jeffrey and Jean Davis, $440,000Fraser – Eastom Block 3, Lots 8,9,10 Partial Legal – See Documents – Fannie Mae Federal National Mortgage Association to Morningside Funding LLC, $15,725Fraser – Eastom Block 3, Lots 8,9,10 – Fannie Mae Federal National Mortgage Association to Morningside Funding LLC, $34,175Lions Gate Pines Lodge Condo Unit 115, Week 2 – D Y Rosen to N Z Properties Inc, $1,000Parry Peak Lofts Condominium Unit 102, Garage No 102 – Douglas and Shelly Gruenbacher, Joss and Megan Briggs to Winter Park Lofts LLC, $179,000Parry Peak Lofts Condominium Unit 104, Garage No 104 – Douglas and Shelly Gruenbacher, Joss and Megan Briggs to Winter Park Lofts LLC, $177,600Vista at Timber Run Condo Unit 1 – Patricia Donahue and Kevin Skeate to Eric Sorrin and Elizabeth May, $144,000Base Camp One Condos Unit 203R – Dundee Base Camp LLC to Sharpe Rentals LLC, $296,400Stagecoach Meadows Sub Lot 50 – Gerald Nissen to unidentified buyer, $962,000Lakeview at Waterside West Condos As Built Unit 204, Garage Unit G – Kirk Olson and Brenda Drake to Pace Jaworski, $231,000

Grand County Real Estate Transactions, March 8-14, 2015

Grand County transactions, March 8-15 Beaver Village Flg #3, Bldg 18, Unit 203 – James and Susan Downs to Mark and Kimberly Angilletta, $170,000 Grand Lake Lot 14, Block 34 – Michael and Carolyn Nickerson to Douglas Scudamore and Jennifer Relch, $432,000 Silverado I Condo Unit 101, Bldg B – Zumdahl Trust to Michael and Tracy Scholl, $70,000 Tabernash, E.J. Vulgamotts 1st, Lot 1, Block 2 Partial Legal – See Document – Angela McCormick, Angela Bauerly to Ronald and Karissa Gagnon, $295,000 Iron Horse Building C, Condo Unit 2053 – Peter and Christina Longi to WPHH LLC, $113,500 Mountain Shadows Estates PH3 Lot M40 – Ann Petersen to Kevin Evetts and Sharon Fahmy, $179,900 Clubhouse Cabins & Village at Saddle Ridge Lot C7 – Robert and Eileen Hunnes to Park Plaza Investors LLC, $1,000 Winter Park Ranch 1st Filing, Lot 27 – 997 Mulligan LLC to Ashley Libby, $86,000 Winter Park Ranch 3rd Filing, Lot 22, Block 2 – Ann Kelly to Douglas and Andrea Gammell, $355,000 Blue Valley Acres Lot 9, Block 5 – Charles Collard to Todd Nelson, $75,000 Winter Park Ranch 5th Filing, U S 64 – Donald and Teresa Marks to Sprengboard Ventures, LLC, John and Janet Liniger, $465,000 Kremmling Block 5, Lots 13,15 – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Tai Long, $175,000 C Lazy U Preserves Lot 3 – Hudler Holdings LLC to Rick A Pederson LLC, $550,000 C Lazy U Preserves Lots 1,5 – Fairbanks Daily News-Miner Inc to Rick A Pederson LLC, $1,100,000 C Lazy U Preserves Lot 6 – C Lazy U Preserves Owners Association Inc to Rick A Pederson LLC, $500 C Lazy U Preserves Lot 2 – E Diamond H Ranches LLC to Rick A Pederson LLC, $500 East Mountain Filing 3, Lot 30 – Darya and John Prassl III to Prassl Family Trust, $500 Homestead Hills Subd Filing #3, Lot 18 – Thomas and Nancy Schneider to James and Christina Davis, $465,000 Lookout Village Condo Unit 6, Bldg A – Michael and Maria Martin to Zachariah Falconer-Stout and Gerald Gugerty, $225,000 Douglass Minor Sub Lot 11B – Lannis Miller to Laura and Edward Shade Jr, $123,000 Grand Lake Block 42, Lots 9,10 – Paul Rivera to Adeline and Frederick Kerstiens, $329,000

Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Sept. 27 to Oct. 3, 2015

Grand County transactions Oct. 4 to Oct. 10 TRT D/E SEC 1 TWP 1N R 77W Partial Legal – See Document – John B Murphy Revocable Living Trust, Carolyn Hudak Murphy Revocable Living Trust to ST Ranch LLC, $858,627 Hot Sulphur Springs 1st Addn Block 16, Lots 5,6,7,8,9,10 – Rick Myers to Matthew and Jeannine Swatzki, $170,000 Columbine Lake Lot 82, Block 8 – Gregory and Susan Glass to Stephen and Tessa Tarr, $217,500 Trailhead Lodges Lodge 3, Unit 332 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Kevin and Anne Dingle, $381,377 Eagle Addition to Kremmling Lot 4, Block 3 – Craig and Cindy Naill to Shane and Kimberly Bodemann, $35,000 Sun River Townhomes Lot 3 – John Bartley, Jerome and Joyce Turrin to Douglas Holt and Tuba Ustuner, $200,000 Trade Exchange Rockies Inc Minor Subdivision 1, Lot 11A, Block 3 – Gregory Browne to Andrea and Jess Buller, $172,000 Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 10, Unit 8 – Larry and Sandra Glasser to Christopher and Kathryn Purcell, $184,250 Lakeside at Pole Creek Townhomes Unit 25B – G3 LLC to Lyle and Sue Pfeifer, $394,900 Timbers Condominiums Unit 1, Bldg 8 – Michael Juhnke to Kenneth and Angela Mackey, $242,000 Nobel Outright Exemption Lot B – Daniel and Denise Verdoorn, Denise Overhardt to Jacquelyn K Beaver Trust, $1,074,000 Winter Park Meadows Condo Unit 1C – Wilbur and Nichole Sameshima to Kim Turnbo, $71,900 Frontier Investment Company Addition to Kremmling Block 27, Lots 7,8,9,10 – J D Ward to Steven Hatcher and Lannette Eastep, $120,000 Trailhead Lodges Lodge 3, Unit 322 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Andrew and Beth Inhelder, $359,900 Sawmill Station Townhomes Unit 1D – Peter Edwards to Esteban and Imelda Rocha, $340,000 Columbine Lake Lot 89, Block 8 – Richard Williams to Joseph and Stephanie Osborn, $242,000 Whistlestop Townhomes Exemption No 1, Unit E2 – Cabin Properties LLC to Dulce and Jose Munoz, Dulce Maricela Llamosas Demunoz, $615,000 Trailhead Lodges Lodge 3, Unit 311 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Frederick and Lisa Schuth, $234,125.64 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 97 Timeshare 097617 – Stone Living Trust to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Owners Association, $500 Telemark Condominiums Unit 578 – Stephanie Christensen and Ryan Hunter to Kevin and Jillaine Horn, $312,500 Soda Springs Ranch Filing 2, Unit 5, TRT C – Anthony and Lynette Belfiore to Thomas Lathers, $102,500 Lot 18 SEC 22 TWP 3N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – Michael and Janet Wickenheiser to Starnes Family, $85,000 Fairways at Pole Creek PH 1 & Open Space Unit 2 22 – Gary and Margaret Alcorn to Shane Harvey and Kathryn Reilly, $649,000 East Mountain Filing 3, Lot 28 – Kirk Olson and Brenda Drake to Patrick and Joanna Ball, $445,000 Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 3, Unit 6 – Mary Kennedy to Jason and Karen Bristow, $137,750 Columbine Lake Lot 2, Block 15, State Columbine Subdivision Lot 28 – Dorothy Fine to Sean Holamon, $222.000 First Valley Addn to Granby Lot 4, Block 1 – Robb and Molly Rankin to George and Alexandra McGuan, $260,000 Robbers Roost on Balsh Lot 2 – Robbers Roost LLC to David Griffus, $506,917 Lyons Homestead Subdivision Lot G, Block 3 – Wayne and Victor Grider to Gerald and Jean Lammers, $57,000 Slopeside Village Unit 2, Bldg H – Thomas J Vessels Revocable Trust, Tina H Vessels Revocable Trust to Rodney Valdez, $570,000 Grand Lake Lot 14, Block 22 – LJH LLC to Sandy Waters, $365,000 Trailhead Lodges Lodge 3, Unit 312 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Taft Valley LLC, $367,480 Trailhead Lodges Lodge 3, Unit 333 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Dean and Maxine Funk, $503,178 East Mountain Filing 5, Lots 104,115,116,123; East Mountain Filing 7, Lots 88,89,90,91,92,93,109,110,111 – Rendezvous Colorado LLC to Rendezvous Homes LLC, $750,000 Shadow Mountain Yacht Club Unit 5, Bldg Wescott, Garage No 5 – Peter Muncaster and Carol Lehr Muncaster to John and Louise Dillon, $315,000 SEC 23 TWP 3N R 76W Partial Legal – See Document – Alan and Evelyn Wentworth, Carol Hanna to Michael and Beth Minnick, $70,000 Granby Ranch Filing 1B, Lot 58 – William Lyon Homes Inc, Village Homes, NVH INV LLC to Ginger and William Oliver III, $563,467 Summit at SilverCreek Bldg 4, Unit 4301 – Peter and Annette Frith to Polly Gaskill, $95,000 Trailhead Lodges Lodge 3, Unit 314 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Michael and Stacey Messer, $358,781 Pole Creek Valley Addition Lot 63 – Darren and Leslie Dines to Robb and Molly Rankin, $435,000 Trailhead Lodges Lodge 3, Unit 313 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Paul and Leslie Hartmann, $474,900 SEC 25 TWP 1S R 75W Partial Legal – See Document – Robert and Ann Hinds to Shawna Yaussi, $30,000 Trailhead Lodges Lodge 3, Unit 324 – Summit Legend Trailhead Inc to Michael and Lisa Early, $367,748.94

Grand County Real Estate Transactions, August 7 to 13

Columbine Condos Unit 8 – Brian Smith to Gale Riggs and Linda Andersson, $119,000 Beacon Landing Condominiums Unit 4 – Sharon Fahmy and Kevin Evetts to Thomas Krause, $382,900 Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 4277 – Esther and Sangyoung Lee to Bryan Kriet, $219,000 Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 18A&B, Unit 5 – Roberta Thimmig, Rebecca and Charles Versteeg, Robert Mollendor, Johnna Mollendor Peters and Kathleen Mollendor Dodds to Thomas and Rachelle Schierman, $150,000 SEC 33 TWP 1S R 75W Partial Legal – See Document – Barbara Warnell to Inge and Merwyn Rewinkel, $715,000 Sawmill Station Townhomes Lot 13B – William Wissing, William Goeschel, Mark and Debra Mascis to Denise and Marc Mathias, $390,000 SECS 46,47,50,51 TWP 3N R 82W Partial Legal – See Documents – Deer Creek Ranch LLC to Efo-Deer Creek Ranch LLC, $2,230,000 Wintermoor Townhouses 1st, Unit 3, Square C – Cindy and John Bradshaw Jr to William and Kimberlee Myers, $265,000 Douglass Minor Sub Lot 10A – Bradley and Kelly Probst, Kelly Baum to Suzanne Briggs, $155,000 Anglers Condo Unit 11 – Arthur Carlson to Gregory and Kimberly Tarpinian, $185,000 Riveracres Addn to Mtn Meadows Lots 14,29 – Raymond Floyd Haas Trust and Jo Ann Haas Trust to Douglas and Sandra McLean, $75,000 Beaver Village Flg #1, Bldg 3, Unit 201 – Dennis J Frank Revocable Trust and Vicki Elaine Keefe Frank Revocable Trust to Neegee LLC, $183,000 Columbine Lake Lot 82, Block 8 – Stephen and Tessa Tarr to Gary Springer and Olympio Matos, $250,000 Hi Country Haus Bldg 11, Unit 7 – Art Jensen to Charles and Sherry Richardson, $129,100 Innsbruck-Val Moritz Sub Lot 28, Block 17 – Terry and Janet Meinen to Brandon and Tammy Kaier, Joel and Tia Paulson, $523,000 Sun River Townhomes Lot 3 – Douglas Holt and Tuba Ustuner to Elizabeth Coors, $236,000 Grand Lake Lot 12, Block 34 – Bennett Lesnick Family Trust to Dorothy S Nazzaro Revocable Trust, $447,000 Leland Creek Sub Lot 67 – Kevin Taylor Trust and Marcie Taylor Trust, Christopher and Kelly Stark to Tod and Stephanie Potter, $225,000 Winter Park Highlands Unit 3, Lot 3 – Karen, Michael, Patrick and Marianne Hogan to Rainer Grote and Julie Mahoney, $458,700 Winter Park Meadows Condo Unit 17B – Kevin Novacek to Brenda Stoffel and John Christlieb, $67,000 Casa Grande Estates Lots 7,9 – David and Cynthia Boyes to J Antonio Acevedo, $38,500 Fairways at Pole Creek Lot 4 17 – Western States Bank, Valley Bank to Kurt and Stephanie Petersen, $84,950 Summit at SilverCreek Bldg 3, Unit 3202 – Polly Gaskill to Timothy and Margo Winey, $115,000 Iron Horse Phase 1 Bldg H, Condo Unit 3108 – Fries Family Trust to Richard and Phyllis Barr, $302,000 Longview Addn/Hot Sulphur Springs Block 20, Lots 28,29,30 – Brenda Louise Morrow Revocable Trust to Yvonne Knox, $227,750 Shoreline Landing Subdivision Filing 2-A, Lot 14 – Christopher Tarr to Amy and Gerald McCarthy Jr, $650,000 Mountainside at SilverCreek C U 99 Timeshare 099612 – Michael and Barbara Troxell to Mountainside SilverCreek Timeshare Association, $500 Ptarmigan Subdivision Fraser Lot 43 – Townley Chalet LLC to Charles and Lynn Bayer, $100,000 Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 11, Unit 7 – David Garamella to Richard and Dianne Sievers, $135,000 Triple H Subdivision Lot 2 – Raven Family Trust to Thomas and Sallie Willhite, $111,650 Pole Creek Meadows Block 2, Lots 5,6 – Sarah Dew to Donald Dew, $715,000

Grand Lake Bowling League Results

Las Vegas LeagueJan. 27For the women, Kathy Burke bowled the high scratch game (231) and high scratch series (576). Suzi Maki scored the high handicap game (279), and Brenda Freeman and Melissa Humble tied for the high handicap series at 667.For the men, David Freeman took both high scratch game (226) and high scratch series (598) honors. Kenneth Clark bowled the high handicap game (276), while Garey Sutherby turned in the high handicap series at 712.The latest standings were:TeamWLDiamonds in the Ruff43 25The Rollers4226Bear It All3731It Happens Shhh36.531.5Just Sizzlin3038Up Your Alley2939Grand Lake Lanes27.5 40.5Ace Pluming2642Louies Ladies LeagueFeb. 2Monday Night Louies Ladies Leagues Just Us stayed on top of the team rankings, while Autumn Fisher dominated the lanes with high scratch game (217), high handicap game (257) and high handicap series (668). Rhonda Busse took high scratch series honors with a 551.The post-Feb. 2 standings were:TeamWLJust Us5628Fallen Angels4638Frickin Five Pin4436Lane Hoppers41.542.5Spare Me4143The D Team4044The Gumballs36.547.5Plumb Bobs3153Feb. 9Krys Boy dominated Louies Ladies League knocking over the most pins in every category with high game scratch of 211, high game handicap of 248, high series scratch of 541 and high series handicap, 652 .The post-Feb. 9 standings were:TeamWLJust Us5929Fallen Angels5038Lane Hoppers45.542.5Spare Me4543Frickin Five Pin4439The D Team4048The Gumballs36.551.5Plumb Bobs3256Wednesday Mens leagueBobby Blea had the hot hand, bowling the high handicap game (280) and the high handicap series (732). Arnie Johnson bowled the high scratch game (237), and John McDowell turned in the high scratch series at 650.The latest standings were:TeamWLAlpine Taxidermy35.520.5Heckerts Cleaners31 wins25Power World30.525.5Grumpys Old Men2927BAll Nite Long2828Team Five2333Drink Pillage & Plunder2214 lossesGapers028Thursday Morning Lady BugsFeb. 5Terry Pratt bowled the high scratch (195) and handicap (229) games and high series scratch (500). Yvonne Prather kept her high series handicap title with a score of 622.The post-Feb. 5 standings were:Team WLTeam Rufra137Batman & Robin119Spare Mades1010Jill & Janet812Terry P. & Cindy812Debbie & Yvonne713Feb. 12Terry Pratt had the hot hand again bowling high game scratch (176), high series scratch (513), and high series handicap (615). High game handicap honors went to Sharon Iacovetto with a score of 223.The post-Feb. 12 standings were:TeamWLTeam Rufra1410Batman & Robin1410Terry P & Cindy1212Jill & Janet1113Spare Mades1113Debbie & Yvonne717

Grand Lake approves 2016 budget

With 2015 drawing to a close municipalities throughout the state spent the month of December performing a number of perfunctory actions from passing resolutions levying property taxes to ordinances setting fee schedules. The Grand Lake Board of Trustees had their own year-end house cleaning session during their last official meeting of the year. During that meeting the Board approved the town's 2016 budget. Board members and town officials have been developing the budget for some time now and have been conducting budget work sessions for several months. For 2016 Grand Lake's General Fund will begin the year with a leftover fund balance of $1,201,623. The leftover fund balance represents the amount of money remaining in the Town's General Fund at the end of 2015. Grand Lake Town Treasurer Erin Ackerman has budgeted $2,641,747 in revenues for 2016 with the town expected to take in approximately $1,702,900 in General revenue and $938,847 in Capital revenue, or revenue that can be attributed to specific capital expenses. For 2016 Grand Lake is projecting General Fund expenditures totaling $2,873,125. After taking in account both the projected revenues for 2016 and the 2015 General Fund ending fund balance Grand Lake expects to end 2016 with a General Fund balance of $970,244. Budgets for municipalities are developed a year in advance and many of the specific figures within the budget are projections or estimates that can and do change over the course of the year. The projections are based on a number of factors including the future economic outlook and ending tallies from previous years. Grand Lake collects taxes and has expenditures through the end of December every year. Similarly the town has a two-month time frame between the end of any given month and when official figures on revenues and expenditures for that month become available. The budget presented to the Board during the December Trustees' meeting includes projections for 2016 and 2015 year-end totals. The 2015 year-end totals use estimates on expenditures and revenues for November and December. Grand Lake further breaks down their General Fund expenditures by the various departments within town government. The department with the single largest budget is the Grand Lake Public Works Dept. with a total 2016 budget of $577,321. Of the total for the dept. $342,271 is applied to personnel costs while $235,050 is designated for operations. The town's Administrative department has the second highest departmental budget with a total of $553,818, of which $294,709 is for personnel costs while $259,109 is for operational costs. The Public Safety department. had the next highest budget for 2016, though the totals for that department, $193,840, are significantly lower than the totals for both Administration and Public Works. The Parks department. has a 2016 budget total of $119,102 broken down between $48,402 for personnel and $70,700 for operations. The Town has projected a total cost of $90,787 for the Board of Trustees with the entirety of that budget designated as operational costs. The Greenway Committee has a total projected budget of $41,197. The Town's remaining departments; Cemetery Committee, Post Committee and the Planning Commission/BOA, each had projected budgets less than $10,000 with the Post Committee having a projected budget of zero. Grand Lake has projected $130,007 in debt service payments in 2016. The town is projecting $113,961 in debt service payments on Administrative work and $16,046 in debt service for public works projects. The town also sets aside a Tabor Reserve Fund which is set at three percent of the overall General Fund, or $57,566. Grand Lake's 2016 budget is a part of the public record.

Grand County Real Estate Transactions, Dec. 12-18, 2011

Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 12, Unit 12 – Stefanie R Uhl Living Trust and Thomas K Schaefer Living Trust to Jesse and Jennifer Branham, $101,000 Hi Country Haus Bldg 26, Unit 2 – Daniel and Allison Ball to Susan and William Roushey III, $113,000 Winter Park Place Condo Unit 19 – Picture Perfect Properties LLC to Christopher and Lara Eddy, $260,000 Rabbit Ears Village Subdivision Lots 36,37 – Gerald Delue Jr., John Delue, Sheri White and Aubrey Knoll to RSP Investment Property LLC, $62,000 Sunnyside Addn to Grand Lake Lot 41, Block 3 – Grand Lake RE LLC to Berghaus LLC, $800,000 Winter Park Ranch 2nd Filing, Lot 9, Block 4 – Peter and Sharon Wolcott to Douglas and Cynthia Kittelsen, $290,000 Granby Ranch Filing 2B, Lot 61 – NVH WIP LLLP, Village Homes to James and Carol Brame, $446,854 Meadow Ridge Lodges Court 24, Unit 6 – Dan and Nancy Markmann to Randy and Laurie Dack, $122,000 Fraser Crossing-Founders Pointe Condominium Unit 3603 – James and Jody Moore to Bryan and Marla Kriet, $143,000 Winter Park Highlands Unit 2, Lot 1 – Donette Garrett, Donette Schmiedbauer to Mary Jane and John Munson III, $310,000 Colorado Anglers Club #1, Lot 3, Block 8 – Chet Savage, Georgette Baillesd’err Living Trust to Leonard and Susan Verhoven, $17,000 Winter Park Highlands Greenridge Lot 59 – Grand Mountain Bank FSB to Chet Collins, $65,000 Grand Country Village Lot 17 – Donald N Drake Revocable Trust and Betty L Drake Revocable Trust to Kristen Mills and Travis Ifland, $12,000 Grand County Village Lot 10 – Donald N Drake Revocable Trust and Betty L Drake Revocable Trust to Katherine S Gingery Revocable Trust, $12,000 Lake Forest Subdivision Lot 25, Block 2 – Federal Home Loan Mortgage Corporation to Donald and Laura Summers, $190,000