Readers Say Thanks
Holy Cross does great job during snowstorms
We would like to acknowledge the terrific job that the repair crews from Holy Cross Energy have done over the recent weekends of heavy snowfall to repair and restore the electric power to dozens of homes in the Roaring Fork valley.
It became a new pastime of ours to check the outages map on the Holy Cross website, and watch the outage dots disappear one at a time, knowing that there was a crew of workers out there working long hours, tromping through the deep snow, climbing poles, cutting downed trees, making the dots disappear and people’s lights reappear.
We are lucky to be in such a great rural electric territory that Holy Cross Energy covers.
Thanks — your work is greatly appreciated.
Participate in The Longevity Project
The Longevity Project is an annual campaign to help educate readers about what it takes to live a long, fulfilling life in our valley. This year Kevin shares his story of hope and celebration of life with his presentation Cracked, Not Broken as we explore the critical and relevant topic of mental health.
Steve and Molly Child
Marshalls awards $10K to Advocate Safehouse Project
Advocate Safehouse Project would like to publicly thank our new Marshalls store, its manager, Krista Russell, and all of its associates for awarding us with $10,000 at its Grand Opening on March 14. It was such a surprise when Krista Russell contacted me in February about the award. At Advocate Safehouse Project, we anticipate providing assistance to over 500 domestic and/or sexual violence survivors in 2019, so receiving surprises like this one is so appreciated.
Thanks again to everyone at the new Marshalls store for helping to make our community a better place for us all to live and thrive.
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