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I wish to express my sincere gratitude and appreciation to Kathryn Senor Elementary and Beyond The Bell – After School Program at Kathryn Senor Elementary, for the fantastic, caring, and quick response actions provided to my granddaughter for medical condition episodes during school and after-school care. I am so proud of these two entities’ “above and beyond” attitude and policies in regards to their jobs to take care of our children. Special thanks go to Dave Lindenberg, Kristin Greenstreet, Karen Feeley, Paul Stanley, Julie Gavito, and fourth-grade teachers at Kathryn Senor Elementary. Also special thanks go to Crystal Garrison, Stephanie Forrester, and Laura Glueck at Beyond The Bell – After School Program. It means a lot to me and my family to have two great entities in our valley. Way to go Kathryn Senor Elementary & Beyond The Bell – After School Program.Sheila BrownNew Castle
We at CARE wanted to take the time to thank all the volunteers, participants and sponsors that made our fifth annual Poochie Poker Run a huge success recently. First and foremost, we would like to thank Sunlight Mountain Resort for being such a gracious and accommodating host for our event. Particular recognition is also due to Jennie Spillane, the sales and marketing manager for Sunlight Mountain Resort.Many thanks are also due to our various sponsors and donors of prizes for the Poochie Poker Run. Aspen Skiing Co., Glenwood Hot Springs, The Pullman, Phat Thai, Sunlight Ski and Bike, Fatbelly Burgers, Double Dog Pub, Zheng Asian Bistro, The Booktrain, City Market, Treadz and Impression Designs. Although it was a bit chilly, the Poochie Poker Run was a successful, fun and rewarding event for all those involved this year. CARE would like to send a heartfelt thank you to all of the wonderful volunteers that braved the cold to support us.Once again, thank you to all the individuals who made our fundraiser a huge success. We look forward to seeing you again next year.Sincerely,Keira Clarkspecial events/volunteer managerColorado Animal Rescue
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Jamestown Revival released “Young Man” – its third pandemic-recorded album – in mid-January and is on a winter tour that that includes a four-date Colorado run with stops in Denver, Telluride and Fort Collins before culminating in a sold-out Belly Up Aspen show on Sunday, Jan. 30.