Readers say thanks
Now that the holiday season is wrapped up and neatly put away for another year, the Frontier Historical Society and Museums staff and board of directors would like to thank everyone who helped to make the museum sparkle for the season. Thank you to Linda Spencer for encouraging us to hold a Holiday Open House and arranging with local businesses to provide decorations. Thanks to Diane Boat for help with decorating and hosting the party. Thank you to local businesses Farmhouse and The Flower Mart, as well as Cub Scout Pack 225 and The Quilters of the Rockies for providing beautifully-decorated trees. Lastly, thanks to everyone who attended our Holiday Open House on December 6th. We enjoyed meeting all of you and having you explore the museum.Cindy Hines, directorFrontier Historical Museum
Together, in our 37 Colorado communities, we raised over 5,000 pounds of food for the food bank members of the Colorado Food Bank Association. This amount of food will provide over 3,800 meals to our community members in need. Community Banks of Colorado combined your food gifts with a financial contribution to significantly impact all of our communities. Congratulations community givers once again, you made a difference you can be proud of.Michele DiamondCommunity Banks of Colorado
Your local Glenwood Springs Committee of the Colorado Association of Realtors Housing Opportunities Foundation (CARHOF) Committee would like to extend a great big thank-you to all supporters in our inaugural pledge drive. We wish to acknowledge the following individuals and companies for their pledge donations to CARHOF in 2008!Greg Baker, Steve Carter, Becky Ciani, Mike Cerise, Cheryl Chandler, Paula Derevensky, Danette Dickey, Vicky Daulton, Nancy Emerson, Linda Hansen, Steph Harlan, Wendy Harrison, Starla Haynes, Susan Horning, Lori Kass, Cat Kullberg-Martin, Wayne Klahn, Shannon Kyle, Don Markley, Mary Lee Mohrlang, Kari Meskin, Joyce Moulton, Theresa Nelson, Vicki OHalloran, Brad Plantz, Mason & Morse, The Property Shop, Stewart Title and Commonwealth Title. In addition, wed like to especially thank those companies who contribute, not only in 2008, but will in the years to come through their interest bearing escrow accounts: Bray & Company Rifle; Bray & Company Glenwood Springs (2008); Cheryl & CO LLC; Colorado Heritage Rifle; Fell Real Estate; Mason & Morse; RE/MAX Country New Castle; Rifle Realty and Vickie Lee Green Realtors. Please watch in the coming weeks for an announcement from your CARHOF Committee and the kick-off to our 2009 fund raising campaign. Stay tuned and again thank you, thank you, thank you for your support. Cat Martin, chair Starla Haynes, co-chair
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