Ask from businesses, and you shall receive
Dear Editor,In our busy lives, we often forget to thank the local businesses that provide the services to make our community a home. Not only do these business owners open their doors every day to feed, clothe and entertain us, but they also show a generous heart when asked to participate in our functions.Last weekend, the members of Sopris MOPS (mothers of preschoolers) and their husbands saw how generous our local businesses really are. We asked and we received from more than 35 businesses when they generously donated gifts to make our Sports Night a success. Without their contributions, we couldn’t have pulled off what turned out to be a great event.We’d like to publicly thank the following for their support: Hotel Colorado, West Canyon Tree Farm, Bagel Bites in Downtown Glenwood, New Castle Family Fitness, Johnson Park Miniature Golf, Aspen Glen Club, Aspen Glen golf pro Grant Smith, The Candle Stick Maker, City Market in Carbondale, Funland, Creative Memories consultant Christine Patch, Mancinelli’s Pizza, Fiesta Guadalajara;Six 89, SuperBowl, Glenwood Amoco, Sunlight Mountain Ski & Bike Shop, Mary Kay consultant Vreneli Diemoz, Baskin-Robbins, Through the Looking Glass, Hot Springs Lodge & Pool, Yampah Hot Springs Vapor Caves, White House Pizza, 4 Eagle Ranch, Delice, Glenwood Gymnastics, Flower Mart, Glenwood Springs Community Center, River Valley Ranch, Hair Trix stylist Tianna White, Hair Trix stylist Tiffany Hill, Hair Trix esthetician Carol Trulove, Glenwood Springs Golf Club, Hill Top Caf, Jazzercise instructor Denise Gergen, Fairy Caves, Girl Scouts, the First United Methodist Church, and the pastor of the Church at Carbondale, Doug Self, and his wife, Rebecca.Thanks, again, for supporting Sopris MOPS. We look forward to supporting our local businesses.Sincerely,Members of Sopris MOPS
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