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Readers Say Thanks

Love and support appreciated

The family of Albert O’Toole would like to extend its heartfelt thank-you to all of our friends and the community for their outpouring of love and support during our time of loss.

Patricia Hampton

Thanks for 24 memorable years

With many mixed emotions Frank and Sally Norwood, the owners of Main Street Gallery and The Framer, have decided to close the Glenwood Springs gallery. Effective March 14 the gallery at 817 Grand Ave. will close after 24 years. They will continue to operate their original Gallery at 399 Main St. in Carbondale and are transferring all of their framing files and records there in order to serve their former customers without a break in services.

Frank and Sally Norwood started with a small frame shop on Eighth Street and expanded onto Grand Avenue 14 years ago. We have been blessed with great and skilled employees, and we will miss the interaction with the Glenwood arts community. The decision to close has not been an easy one, and our reasons for consolidating our gallery and framing operations back to Carbondale are complex. Suffice to say that we are confident that our excellent customer base — which has supported us throughout out time in Glenwood — will continue to visit us in Carbondale where we have just completed our 32nd year of service to the arts. Thanks, Glenwood Springs, for 24 memorable years.

Frank and Sally Norwood

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