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We would like to thank the following companies for making our home wheelchair accessible: D & G Drywall, 84 Lumber, Classic Plumbing, Mountain Off Road Enterprise, Kerr Cabinets, A-1 Heating, Elmer Glass, Bisco Construction, Action Shop, Ryan Tile, East Ave. Furniture, Jim’s Welding, King’s Crown M.H. Park, Colorado Maintenance Group, Inc., Alpine Gardens, Mountain View Tree and Farm Nursery and Belcastro Motors.A special thank you to Michael and Kenda Spaulding, and to all of our friends and family who worked on our home, and for all the cleaning, painting, shampoo of carpets and furniture and the welcome home signs and flowers.We thank Dr. Griffith, the emergency room, the I.C.U. unit and the third floor staff at St. Mary’s Hospital.We would like to thank everyone for their prayers, phone calls, cards and letters, the beautiful flowers, visits and care packages, and all the meals and deserts.A big thank you to all the employees of Holy Cross Energy and Alpine Bank for their generous donations. The funds will help for rehab, equipment and medical expenses. You’re great people to work with.Thank you to all who have donated to the Sally Ray Medical Fund at Alpine Bank.We are so glad to have such great friends and family. What a great place we live in. You will always be remembered in our prayers.When you are met with a challenge, always give your 100 percent plus and you will always succeed.God bless all of you,James, Sally, Mitch and Cody RayRifle
I want to thank Bill Efting, director of Glenwood Springs Parks and Recreation, and the Glenwood City Council for recent loving concern they have shown to the 3,000 acres the city owns in South Canyon. They have put up No Overnight Camping, No Shooting, and No Dumping Signs designating that South Canyon is a city park worthy of care because it is a beautiful canyon. They have blocked the wonderful sled area with rocks, so four-wheelers can’t ruin the sledding area. They have blocked all access to areas where people have camped and left their trash. I still see people shooting near the road, and leaving their messy targets of old TVs, and targets. The shooting range is open at certain hours, where people should be shooting. It’s against the law to shoot off the road. South Canyon is a historical area. Most towns in Colorado would be pleased to have that much recreational area. It would be easy to make a recreational lake next to the shooting range by damning up South Canyon Creek. There would be plenty of snow runoff to fill it in the spring. I also want to thank the Garfield County Commissioners for fixing up the South Canyon Road.Sincerely,Winifred RichardsonGlenwood Springs
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