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Flowers placed in memory of Storm King 14

I would like to express my thanks to those who showed up Sunday, July 6, to place flowers at the Storm King Monument.

Bernadette Julich, Carl Smith and Frank Nadell (Carbondale firefighters), Eric Sondeen and members of the Wind and Fire Motorcycle Club from the Denver area aided in this endeavor.

This years flowers were purchased from City Market by the Sunrise Rotary Club of Glenwood. For the previous six years, the City Market of Glenwood was gracious enough to donate the flowers each year. Thanks to Kevin Flohr and his floral department staff for the beautiful floral arrangements.

A special thanks need to go to Ken Kriz and his sister Evelyn. Several years ago Ken purchased 14 American flags and poles and each year he and Evelyn raise the flags on July 6. Thank also to Luke Little who has helped most every year with the flowers.

Greg Little

Glenwood Springs

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