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A dramatic success

Dear Editor,

I would like to thank many businesses and individuals for their help with the Glenwood Springs High School Drama spring production of “The Legend of Robin Hood … Sort of!”

The production was a success and would not have happened without donations from Billy Conn of Activated Air Audio Engineering, Inc, Near New Shop, LeClarann’s Ltd. Sew Shop; Julie’s Print Works, Colorado West Upholstery, True Value Hardware, Somethin Sweet Candy Plus!, Joan Chaffin of Mountain Peddler, and the Springs Theatre.

I would also like to express my utmost appreciation to the following individuals who graciously gave of their time and their expertise: Ken and Carrie Melby, Joanie Dykema, Revonne Behrend, Rob and Margie Trebesh, Kathy Woodyard, John Slothouber, Ryan Bolitho, Aston Schaub, Roberto Olivas, Dave and Denise Reynolds, and Tamie Meck of the Glenwood Post Independent.

Lastly, thank you from the bottom of my heart to the cast and the crew of the show; you are all wonderful!

Thank you,

Gayla Rowe-Gaddis

Drama teacher

Glenwood Springs

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