Readers Say Thanks
Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
Sustainable Settings ninth annual Harvest Festival on Sept. 1 was a fantastic event.
Thank you to our event sponsors, including Ravenheart Gallery, True Nature Healing Arts, Patagonia, The Aspen Times, Alpine Bank, LightHearted Ranch, Jack Rabbit Hill Vineyards, Grassroots TV, Darnauer Group Communications, Slow Money, Whole Foods, Pink Monkey Solutions, edible Aspen, Martha and William Drake, Brady Foundation, Kay Brunnier, Sue Thompson, Dave Weidner, Chelsea Green Publishing, Peak Spirits, Aspen Brewing Company, Big B’s Delicious Orchards, Crystal River Meats, Eagle Springs Organic, Backyard Hives, Solar Flair Thermal Systems, Cole West Corp. and Vectra Bank.
Sustainable Settings Harvest Fest was an evening about abundance and sustainable living. Local chefs gathered and prepared a magnificent feast based on Sustainable Settings’ beyond organic vegetables and meats. It was a joy to share in this farm-to-table experience of local food and community spirit.
Valery Kelly, director of philanthropy
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The Sopris Gymkhana Club would like to thank all the cowboys and cowgirls who came out to ride and compete in the horse games this summer. We are so proud of the riders for the improvements that they made and for the sportsmanship displayed throughout the season.
We would also like to thank the Carbondale community for its support of our club. A special thanks goes out to Kirk Carlson and Candace Blanc at the Roaring Fork Valley Co-op, Tai Jacober of Crystal Valley Meats, Steve Groom and town of Carbondale, and Tony Garcia of G and G Buckles for their support, and to all the parent volunteers who make this club possible.
We look forward to more fun and rewarding gymkhanas and hope to see you all out at the arena next summer.
Mike and Jayme Goscha
The Rochel and Everding families would like to thank everyone who attended Allison Rebekah Rochel Everding’s celebration of life gathering at Gianinetti Park on Saturday, Sept. 8. It was a beautiful day and many wonderful memories and stories were shared.
A very special heartfelt thank you goes out to the following people for being there when we needed them most: Jim and Linda English, Rebecca and Matt Wagner, Steve and Joelle Fotion, Matt and Jenny Langhorst, Gordon and Donna Dunlap, Snowmass Water and Sanitation, and Eric and Susan Cantlin.
Rich and Deanna Rochel
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