Readers Say Thanks
Empty Bowls a fulfilling experience
To all the friends/supporters of Grand River Meals on Wheels: 530 bowls and 37 gallons of soup later, Empty Bowls helped Grand River Meals on Wheels provide 2,500 meals (over $10,000 profit) for the homebound seniors in western Garfield County last week.
Thank you to all that attended (meaning all 400 of you) and a huge thanks to Michelle McCurdy and the CMC Ceramics enclave who came through brilliantly to provide those hundreds of bowls and to Patrick Aulik (and Nikita Sullivant) and the CMC Culinary Arts students who whipped together the six different soups.
Thank you extends to those who showed up, bought bowls (and silent auction items), and shared in the community over a simple bowl of soup. This event continues to feed my soul. Until next year then.
director of GR Meals on Wheels
Rifle Elks Lodge appreciates Super Bowl fundraiser donations
Rifle Elks Lodge #2195 would like to say thank you to the following companies for their generous donations to our Super Bowl fundraiser: Hair Depot, Tequila’s, Subway, Wingchesters, Miner’s Claim, Brick House, Brendon Theatre, and Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park. We appreciate your support.
Awesome day at Snowbox derby
The New Castle Cub Scouts say thank you, Sunlight Mountain. Thanks for sharing your mountain again with our kids so that we could run our Snowbox Derby once again. It is always so special. Thanks to Tom Hays and all the ski patrol, we had an awesome day. If you have a boy or girl in first- to fifth grade and would like more information about scouting and all the fun things we do, contact John Harcourt at 970-984-0288.
Cutest Couple appreciates honor
Victor and I want to thank all who congratulated us as the Post Independent’s Cutest Couple. There were so many cute couples to choose from so what can we say as an older couple, but thank you very much. We would like to let all the others know they were the cutest. A special thank-you for the Post Independent with regards to our interview and content itself.
Lois and Victor Gabossi
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