Readers Say Thanks
30th St. Stephen’s Spaghetti Dinner Successful
Thank you Post Independent for helping us advertise our 30th Annual St. Stephen’s Spaghetti Dinner! St. Stephen’s Catholic School would also like to send a very special thanks to our generous donors and sponsors who made this fundraiser possible and such a great success:
Ed and Sheila Allen, Mark and Julie Burner, Coloradough,Glenwood Canyon Brewing Company, Ann Hart, Italian Underground, Juicy Lucy’s Steakhouse, Moe’s Southwest Grill, Mountain Beverage, 19th Street Diner, Osage Garden Greenhouses, Riviera Supper Club, Springs Restaurant, Treves Family, Uncle Pizza,Vic’s Route 6 Grillhouse, White House Pizza, Spruce Tree Guest Ranch, Aspen Self Health LLC (Dr Lisa Fitzwilliams), Extended Donovan Family, Specialist Auto Body Repair LLC (Ramirez Family)
St. Stephens Catholic School
Thank you for voting
To those who “Gave a Darn About Our Dams,” and voted yes on ballot issue 5A, we thank you. A special thanks to those who took the time and made the effort to spread the facts about 5A and/or hung a flyer in their business. Hy-Way Feed was a huge help as well as Jean’s Printing. Thanks also to the Post Independent and Citizen Telegram for publishing the letters and the articles. This was a community issue and we appreciate your support.
We are assessing the grants that are available, will begin the application process, and look forward to moving ahead on significant projects facing us. Your vote made this all possible; thanks again.
Silt Water Conservancy District Board of Directors — Kelly Lyon (president), Dominic Dodero, Scot Dodero, Scot Dodero, Sean Mello, Jack Pretti, Richard Rhoads, Calvin Roberts and Mike Walck
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