Readers Say Thanks
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Steve Di Campo was diagnosed with lung cancer in July 2010. In December 2010, a benefit was held to help Steve with his battle. I talked several times with Steve after the benefit and he was so overwhelmed with the outpouring of support that he was struggling with putting his gratitude in words. The monetary help was great, but what really blew him away was the number of friends that showed up for him.
For the 59 auction items we would like to thank Sunlight Mountain Resort, Sunlight Ski and Bike, Jim Wentzel, Kea House, Uncles Pizza, Dan Bullock, Backbone Media, Grand Avenue Barber, Italian Underground, Glenwood Canyon Brewing Company, Glenn Melus, Chris Hutchinson, Anna Bernstein, Dustin Harcourt, Bill Hildebrand, Sunlight Ski and Bike, Richard Anderson, Gorsuch LTD, MT Imports and Valbruna, Gear Exchange, Mike Shook, Margo Dunn, Copi Vojta, Defiant Bean Coffee, Steve Legersky, Fred Haberlein, River Shuttles, Independence Run and Hike, Good Health Grocery, Gary Hollenbaugh, Summit Canyon Mountaineering, Caravan Inn, Brad and Teresa Jennings, Christi Hassan, Cyn Cyr, Treadz, Crystal River Fly Shop, Craig Stadleman, Marty Voller, Jeff Dysart, Tom Trowbridge, Roaring Fork Angler and Alpine Angler.
For the food and drink we would like to thank Roaring Fork Angler, Alpine Angler, Big Sids Bottles, Cisco Foods and Rivers Restaurant. Thanks to the Brian Long, Kendell Spiker and all the other musicians who participated in the music. Thanks to all the people who bid and donated, and most of all thanks to everyone who showed up in support for Steve.
Please join us at noon on Saturday, May 19, 2012 at the base lodge of Sunlight Mountain Resort for a barbecue and party to celebrate Steve’s life.
The New Castle Cub Scouts Pack 221 really appreciate all the hard work and helping hands from Tom Hays, his maintenance staff, and the Sunlight Mountain Resort ski patrol for making our annual Snowbox Derby another real success. Sunlight is always our favorite mountain, and it’s because of a host of great people who work there. Thanks to everyone.
John and Dustin Harcourt
New Castle Cub Scouts Pack 221
St. Stephens School would like to thank their middle school Kiwanis Builder’s Club for donating $1,000 to the Xavier Roach and Pathfinders fundraiser. The students are raising funds during April for Xavier Roach and Peyton Armstrong, two boys who have leukemia. All donations will go towards Xavier’s medical costs and to Pathfinders, an Aspen-based program providing psychological support to cancer victims and their families, in honor of Peyton Armstrong. Additional community donations can be sent to: Xavier Roach Fund or Pathfinders, 140 Castle Ct., New Castle, CO 81647
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