Readers Say Thanks
Goscha family appreciates community
The family of Trent Goscha would like to thank our wonderful community of family and friends who wrapped their arms around us and held our heads above water after the recent loss of our beloved Trent. We can never express how much it means to us that so many of you sent cards, flowers, food, and prayers our way during this unbearable time. The visits, hugs, and stories about Trent have sustained us through the horrific pain, and we have no way to thank you enough.
A special thanks goes out to Shannon and the staff of Farnum-Holt, Stacey at Gran Farnum Printing, Doug Self and the staff at the Orchard, Jen Lamont & CMS Staff, MOMG (Mean Old Mr. Gray) and the CMS/RFHS Band, Brad and Niki Day, Cody Griebel, the Carbondale Police Department, and Sean and Laura Martin for making Trent’s Memorial service a fitting tribute to our cowboy. We are humbled and grateful to God for you all.
GSHS wrestlers have successful fundraiser
The Glenwood Springs High School wrestlers and coaches would like to thank the community of Glenwood Springs for supporting our fundraiser held at Johnson Park.
The community raised over $8,000 through hole sponsorships, items for the silent auction, monetary donations, and buying tamales made by wrestling moms.
The following donors get our gratitude: Hole sponsors were Casey Concrete, Olson Fine Carpentry, Glenwood Springs Subaru, Diemoz Construction, Murray Dental Group, Bank of Colorado, The Daily Bread, Enterprise Fleet Management, Glenwood Insurance, Shirley Fockler & Family, Glenwood Medical Associates, Roaring Fork Sotheby’s Realty, Glenwood Springs Police Department, Berthod Motors, Rosario and Dr. Hap Young, St. Stephen’s Catholic School Staff, Tom and Tammy Kenning, Climate Control Co., Glenda Oliver and Family, Paramount Professional Services, Alpine Bank, D.M. Neuman Construction Co., CrossFit Bonedale, The McCallum Family, Blue Sky Adventures/Canyon Bikes, Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park/Iron Mountain Hot Springs, Desktop Consulting, Glenwood Springs Ford, Fairbanks Appraisal Services, Dennis G. Fox, PC, Debonney Fox, State Farm – Carl Ciani, Kaufman & Kaufman LLC, S2M Construction Co. Inc., U.S. Bank, Flores Handyman Services, 20/20 Eyecare, Colorado Mountain College, Paper Wise, Mike Deer, David Rippy Construction, Barry and Darcy Croissant Family.
Other donors were Nick Croissant, Laurie and John Bosco, Hunter McCallum, Jane Carrington & Family, Jeremy Ritter, Mark and Julie Helms, Taylor Parsons, Lee and Mary Krauth, David and Melanie Davis, Marianne and John Ackerman.
The silent auction donors were The Lost Cajun, The Glenwood Brewpub, The Grind, GSHS Booster Club, Big Daddy’s, Glenwood Sewing Center, Tequila’s, Fiesta Guadalajara, Treads, Village Inn, Smoke, City Market, Roaring Fork Rentals, Aspen Skiing Co., Roaring Fork Furniture, Jan Kaufman, Glenwood Vaudeville Revue, Urnise Dentistry, A Sanctuary Spa & Salon, McDonald’s, Fazoli’s, Grease Monkey, Lowe’s.
My apologies if anyone was left out. Thanks to all of our friends and community who came out on Saturday, Oct. 8, and played golf and socialized and supported our wrestling team.
Wrestling is the vehicle we use to help teach the students life skills, community responsibility and work ethic. Your support has helped many students succeed in academics and earn their high school diplomas. Please, contact us if you need help with service projects for the community.
Congratulations to Myles Wilson signing on with University of Iowa: Go Hawkeyes!
With sincere thanks and gratitude,
head wrestling coach, GSHS
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