Readers Say Thanks
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
The Silt Heyday Committee would like to thank all the contributors that helped to make the 43rd Silt Heyday and Silt Heyday Car Show a huge success. This includes all those who donated financial support, door prizes and services. Because of them, we were able to provide a great hometown celebration.
We want to give special thanks to our “Over the Top” donors, Alpine Bank, Bill Barrett, Encana, the Silt Chamber, the town of Silt, all the newspapers, radio and TV stations that publicized the event, Harrelson Music for their sound equipment, Garfield County, which provided dumping and Down Valley septic for the sanitary facilities we used both days. Back again this year was our beer provider, Rifle Brewing Co. We hope people enjoyed their beer.
We wish to thank all the people who donated their time for Silt Heyday, including our Hobble 5K race participants, the parade entrants, our parade judges, Grand Marshal Alice Jones, the VFW and Silt’s own Cub Scout Pack 220 Flag Bearers.
We also thank our booth providers and our Car Show participants and workers, the Silt Police and security volunteers, Silt Historical Society friends in the kitchen and beer booth, the Silt Area Chamber, the town of Silt employees, and all of the others who helped as we celebrated “Railroad Daze.”
Thanks to our bands and dancers, Timbermill, Kenny Brent and the Texas Express, The Missing Link Band, Rockin’ Rob and DJ Kate, and the Western Slope Stompers.
If we forgot anyone it is not intentional, and we thank you, too, it was difficult to keep track of all the work going on.
Without all of this support, we could not have done it.
Dave Bartlett, Levy Burris, Chris Classen, Joan Nestor, Sylvia MacLaughlin, Sheila McIntyre, Kim Price, Kathy Strong, Rob Stovkis, Peggy Swank and Amanda Tarin
Silt Heyday Committee
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