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Kiwanis cooks for Valley View Hospital Safety Fair

Glenwood Springs Kiwanis Club turned out several members to help the Valley View Hospital Kids and Teens Safety Fair on Saturday 14 September by cooking lunch for over 250 people. Offering generous portions of hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, and sodas, Kiwanis charged only $5.00, enough to cover their costs, as a service to VVH’s annual effort to increase safety and decrease injuries to kids in the Valley. Cooks and other support staff included Clayton Collier, Bill Coleman, Larry Robinson, Sandi Anderson, Ted and Sheryl Doll, George Morris, and Joe O’Donnell who coordinated the cooking effort. Sodas were donated by Swire Coca-Cola distributors. For more information on Kiwanis, call Deana Hermanson, President-elect (970-945-8511).

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