Readers say thanks
A huge success at Fall Festival
The community of Glenwood Springs never ceases to amaze us, and Friday, October 7th was no exception. Glenwood Springs Middle School hosted our first annual Fall Festival and we would like to take this opportunity to thank our community, parents, staff and students for making this event a huge success.
Thank you to City Market, Safeway and Wal-Mart for your donations and always supporting our students and their activities.
A special thanks to our parent volunteers, Dave Heyl, Jeff and Britton Nieslanik, Katie Winder, Errik Enewold, Lisa McPherson, Jeremy Joslin, Kristen Kellogg, Randy Hill, Marchelle Linscott, Jill Patrick, Dendy Heisel, Sandy Lowell, Chris McPherson, and many more that made donated cakes.
Thanks to everyone that came out for a night of family fun. We appreciate your support and hope to see you next year.
RIDE says thanks
RIDE wants to thank Elk Creek Mining Co, in New Castle, for letting us put on our annual fundraiser at their restaurant. The atmosphere was warm ,fun and welcoming as everyone ate and participated in the silent auction. RIDE is successful because of our community. We want to give a special thanks to the calendar sponsor,s Hi-Way Feed, A-1 Traffic Control, Flag Sand and Gravel, 4J Arena, Master Automotive, Alpine Bank, LaPriel Armijo, Microplastics, Grand River Health, Twin Guns, and A Finer Snitch Embroidery Shoppe . We our grateful for the support of Tracy Masias, Silt Excavating, Carrie and Kelly Couey,, Leyba Painting, Deardorff Foundation, Kay Williams family , and Dr. Morgan McCarty for helping us obtain our goals in serving this community with a high quality equine program. Our love and appreciation also goes to our volunteers they make every ride at RIDE a success!
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