Readers say thanks
I’d like to thank Ski Sunlight and the Glenwood Springs Mall for hosting this year’s treasure hunt. My son and I found it on Columbine under three evergreens, for those of you who were looking. The prize was a very generous $500, plus a season pass.
For me, Ski Sunlight is one of the best things about living in Glenwood Springs. It has always been an affordable and great way to spend time together as a family and with other people in the community. I am entirely grateful my kids have grown up on that mountain.
I encourage families to start their kids skiing young, even if they don’t ski themselves. I’m convinced the confidence and exuberance found in skiing spills over into every area of life. I’m sure it’s one of the best things I ever did for my kids, and I know they both agree.
Thanks again to the Glenwood Springs Mall and Ski Sunlight.
The Carbondale Recreation Department would like to take this opportunity to thank all the coaches who volunteered to coach in our youth basketball program. Your patience, guidance and commitment made our program a huge success. Over the course of the ten-week program, the youths who participated improved 100 percent. These are our future Roaring Fork Rams. Thank you, Dave Weimer, Celeste Comings, Wendy Hayden, Todd Manzaneras, Frank Hagemann, Stacy Boldock, Dan Hardin, Travis Peterson, TJ Joiner, Richard Carney and Brad Thompson. Also, thanks to the referees, who keep the games running smoothly. Jason Phillips, Mark Venzke, Ruby Honan, Jason Thraen, Celeste Comings, Debbie Ottaviano, Matt Kraemer, and Jake Strack Loertscher.
I am looking forward to next season.
Chris Loertscher, recreation coordinator
Carbondale Recreation Department
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Interstate 70 through Glenwood Canyon closed around 9 p.m. Thursday for a flash flood warning.