Readers Say Thanks
Thank you for your time
To all of you who volunteered at the Rifle Creek Museum this past season we want to say thank you. We appreciate the time and energy you have given and invite you to join us again next year for another great season.
Rifle Creek Museum
“Toy Run” successful
On behalf of The Doc Holliday HOG (Harley Owners Group) Chapter I would like to thank the following people for such a successful “Toy Run” benefiting the Angel Tree Project.
A huge thanks to CMNM for all the print advertising from Aspen to Glenwood and Eagle to Rifle.
KMTS for announcing the ride.
New Castle, Silt and Rifle Police Depts for giving all 50 bikes & riders, a smooth pass through their towns.
Laura from The Angel Tree Project for heading the toy collection and disbursement for our valley kids
DJ and the crew at Doc Holliday Harley Davidson for supplying the beer and food from Moe’s South West for the after ride party.
The biggest thanks to all the bikers and members, who showed up with a ton of toys! What a sight, riding in formation on a beautiful day. You all have huge hearts, bigger than your twin V’s… and will make many kids happy on the biggest day of giving. Ride on!!
Ladies of HOG chair
Doc Holliday H-D
First ever Run for Her event a
success in Carbondale
Almost 70 people came out on Nov. 9 to learn about the symptoms of ovarian cancer and to participate in a 3.7-mile walk around the River Valley Ranch Loop.
Host of the Sleepwalking event in Colorado Diane Darling said she was thrilled with the community turn out which included friends, local residents and survivors of ovarian (and other) cancers as well as people just completing treatment. “I was deeply touched to meet these people who have fought the battle and come out the other side. I congratulate them and admire them for participating in events like these.”
In addition Darling said that even though she didn’t formally fundraise this year (the focus being more on awareness and prevention) her team Dorene’s Darlings (http://bit.do/runforherRVR) raised over $1400.00. Stay tuned to see what next year brings!
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