Readers say thanks
The family of E. Merle Bina would like to extend our sincere thanks to the staff and nurses at the Walbridge Wing Nursing Facility for their compassionate and thoughtful care given to him during his 32 years of residency at The Wing.
A special thank you to Mr. Bill Ertmer for the times spent reading to Merle and Jean Gianinetti for her sense of humor, teasing Merle every chance she got.
The family of E. Merle Bina, including LaVina (Larry) Reese of Parachute and Ted R. (Kelly) Bina of Rifle
On behalf of the Glenwood Springs Library, I would like to thank everyone who made the recent Friends of the Library book sale a success. Our gratitude goes to the patrons who donated books, and our volunteers who organized and ran the sale. We would also express our thanks to the media in the community, including the Glenwood Springs Post Independent, for helping us get the word out.
And most importantly, we are grateful to everyone who came and purchased items at the sale.
The Friends use book sale proceeds to purchase books and other materials for the library, and they also help fund library programming. We appreciate the community’s support of its library.
Pat Conway, manager
Glenwood Springs Branch Library
The Garfield County Republican Party would like to thank the scores of volunteers for their tireless efforts on behalf of our candidates. Special thanks to the Red Elephant events committee, the sign committees, precinct captains and chairpersons, poll watchers, election judges and precinct walkers. A very special thank you to our wonderful headquarters and phone bank volunteers who worked diligently for many weeks to get out the vote.
We are also very appreciative to the supporters who generously donated money to the Garfield County Republican Party and to our candidates. The efforts of all the volunteers and contributors made the difference this election year for our local and state candidates, and we are very grateful.
Milt Blakey, chairman; Marilyn Oden, secretary; Steve Kesler, treasurer; Carole Brown, vice chair; Becky Rippy, vice chair; and Joe Kline, vice chair
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The Glenwood Springs City Council voted to extend the existing face covering mandate for indoor public-facing spaces within city limits during Thursday night’s meeting.