Readers Say Thanks
The family of Gene Dunn would like to take this means to thank family and friends for the food, flowers and cards. A special thanks to Pastor Dene Johnson and the ladies at the Rifle Funeral Home and Hospice.
Beth, Karen and Gary, Jenny and Ronnie, Tyler, Audrina, and Alyssa
American Legion says thanks
The American Legion Post 100 Auxiliary would like to thank everyone for their support and contributions to our 15th annual Scholarship Golf Tournament that was held on Saturday, Sept. 19, at the Ranch at Roaring Fork. With the help of the community we will be able to give out education scholarships again this year.
We would like to recognize the following business and individuals:
Western Adventures, Hughes Excavating, Western Slope Materials, IRMW of Colorado Inc.;
Aspen Survey Eng. Inc., Etcetera Office Services Inc., Pour House, Peppino’s Pizza, Holy Cross, TJ Concrete, Alpine Bank, American National Bank, D&C Auto and Upholstery, Carbondale Animal Hospital, Richie’s Lift and Haul, Feldman Trucking, Crystal View Carpets, Barsness Law Firm, Steven & Amy Burdick, Big Stone Publishing, Joe & Gerry Zamora, Whitehouse Pizza, City Market, Colorful Crow Photography, Marble Distillery, Redstone Inn, Black Nugget, Applebee’s, The Goat, Ace Hardware, El Pollo Rico, Orrison Distributing, Ironbridge, Aspen Municipal Golf Course, Rifle Creek Golf Course, Glenwood Springs Golf Club, Lakota Canyon Golf Club, Aspen Skiing Co., Gross Locker Plant, Sopris Liquor & Wine, Ambiance Inn, Roadside Gallery, Heidi’s Deli, Downhill Board shop, Bonfire Coffee, Domino’s, Salon Sublime, The Barber Shop, The American Legion Post 100. A big thank-you to Mary Boucher and Travis Hughes for making the golf tournament happen! Apologies to anyone we may have forgotten to acknowledge.
It was a fun day with exceptional Colorado weather! Thanks again and we hope to see you next year.
Amy Burdick, president
American Legion Post 100 Auxiliary
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