Readers Say Thanks
I would like to thank the following for all of their hard work, dedication and donation of time and materials toward the new day-care/preschool facility in Rifle, Colorado Kids.
Microplastics donated the huge sign that says who we are, and the labor and design of it; Pro-Style Tile and Stone for all their donations for the flooring ” without them we would not have a quality floor to sit on; Mountain View Tree Farm; Byrd Heating and Cooling; Mellin Carpet Installation, who put in a perfect floor and worked their butts off; M-Construction; Silvertip Printing; Valley Lumber; Citadel Security for labor hours for painting and fencing; Lyons Fencing for labor for our fence, etc.; Alpine Bank; and Fred’s Hardware. Thank you all, and the hard copy of the original letter should be out soon. You all have made this possible, and our community stepped up and really shined.
Thank you all again.
Rebecca Hale, Colorado Kids
We would like to express our sincere appreciation and acknowledge the following people for their help this past summer with paving our driveway and building a wheelchair ramp for our daughter Chloe: The Rotary Club of Carbondale/Aspen Glen; contractor and coordinator of subcontractors Chad Griller with Fenton Construction Inc.; subcontractor Keith McLaren with Dirt Devil Excavation Inc. and company; subcontractor Ruben Vargas with RMS Concrete and company; subcontractor Eric Fisher with Timberline Enterprises Inc. and company; and coordinator Jill Rathbun.
We very much appreciate the help provided by all of these generous people. Many individuals who are not specifically named (but are affiliated with the specific companies) came and donated time on this project. We are so grateful to everyone.
This has been a great benefit for Chloe and our family, and we are so touched and blessed by everyone’s kindness.
Ryan and Jessica Wayt
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