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We would like to extend a big thank-you to all attendees, volunteers and local businesses that made the 54th annual Kiwanis Pancake Breakfast a huge success on August 23rd.Thirteen hundred meals were served at this major fundraiser for the Glenwood Springs Kiwanis evening club. Funds raised will once again be used for youth scholarships and other worthwhile community projects.A special thank-you to the three major sponsors: Village Inn provided the pancake batter, McDonalds donated orange juice and coolers, and True Brew Coffee Service served coffee.Thanks also to our 36 table sponsors: All Kids Dental; Alpine Bank; ACE Roofing; American National Bank; Anderson’s Clothing; Bank of Colorado; Berthod Motors; Cash Back Daily; Bighorn Toyota; Canyon Bikes; C.F. Brenner Inc. Architecture; Climate Control; Dalby, Wendland & Co.; Downtown Drug; D.M. Neuman Construction; Elmer Glass; Flooring America of Glenwood Springs; Glenwood Insurance; Hepworth-Pawlak Geotech; Hot Springs Lodge & Pool; High Country Engineering; Jeff Leonard-State Farm; Kitchen Design Studio; Modern Kitchen Center; MPA Consulting Engineers; Neil-Garing Insurance; Pattillo Associates Engineers; Nelson’s Auto Body; Professional Auto Body; Roaring Fork Furniture; James Setterberg/Chris Beal Dentistry; Summit Canyon Mountaineering; U.S. Bank; Valley View Hospital; Global Impact; and Western Slope Aggregate. Thanks again to all of you for making this a special day and supporting the annual Kiwanis project, which allows us to better serve the youth in our community.Jeff Leonard and Dan Like, project co-chairs, and your entire Glenwood Springs Kiwanis Club

Mini college would like to thank everyone who helped to make their 30th reunion celebration a success. a very special thanks to: The Glenwood Springs Post Independent and Kay Vasilakis, KMTS, KDNK, CMC, CMC learning Lab, Gran Farnum Printing, McDonald’s, City Market, Main Street Gallery, U.S. Bank, C&S Cleaning Service, the mini college staff and the reunion committee.Judy Milne, mini college directorCarbondale


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