Readers Say Thanks
The Rifle Lions Club would like to thank the following for their support in our annual Easter Egg Hunt held Saturday, April 7.Boy Scout Troop 223 including leader Larry Cole, and scouts Izaac, Chris, Ian and Harvey, The Citizen Telegram, Pat Bolles and Cable Channel 10, Linda, Bobby and crew at the City of Rifle Parks and Recreation Department, and the Rifle Fire Department.The following businesses donated cash for the purchase of six bicycles and helmets, Easter baskets and candy: Rifle Truck and Trailer, Bank of Colorado, American Family Insurance, Rifle Works, Weiss & Associates, Stuver & LeMoine, B & B Plumbing, Bray & Co, Alpine Bank, State Farm, Gold Star Realty, Colorado River Engineering, The Hair Company, Thompson Computer Services, Bookcliff Survey, Piceance Fishing & Rental, Inc., Preceptor Beta Kappa, and the Grand River Hospital District Gift Shop for donating two Easter baskets.Our thanks to all the businesses who participated in the scavenger hunt:6 and 13 Shell Station, A & D Pawn, Action Shop, Alpine Bank, American National Bank, Bank of Colorado, Bookcliff 66, Brenden Theatre, Busy Bee, Carquest, City Market, Community Banks of Colorado, Corner Store, Country Attic, Daylight Donuts, Dr. Chad Burgess, East Avenue Furniture, Fiesta’s, Jeans Printing, KFC, Lady Bug, Mary’s Wondrous Things, Midland Arts Company, Miller’s Dry Goods, Mountain High Paint, Napa Auto Parts, Out West Real Estate, Pruett and Associates, Radio Shack, Red River Quick Mart, Rifle Boot and Saddlery, Rifle Chamber of Commerce, Rifle Library, Rifle Lock and Safe, Rocky Mountain Liquors, Timberline Sporting Goods, Town and Country Vet, Trendz and Valley Lumber.Susan Nichols-AlvisThe Rifle Lions ClubRifle
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