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Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
As our children’s sports start to move out of the gymnasiums and onto the soccer and baseball fields, Basalt Recreation would like to extend a thank-you to all our wonderful volunteer basketball coaches who dedicate so much of their time to teach our youth the game of basketball. Thank you to Alexa Aitken, Debbie Alcorta, Chip Holland, Kimberly McCleary, Doug Olson, Bill Toney, Lance Schoon, and Kyle Wood. Thank you to all the assistant coaches who helped out, and thanks to the parents for getting the kids to practices and games on time. Thanks to the players for a great, enjoyable season. Finally, thanks to our referee coordinator, Nicole Booth, and our referees, Makenzie Buck, David Gruenefeldt, Nancy Hernandez, Jamie Matherly, Emily Morley, River Mulcahy, Melissa Stewart, Ashley Soucie, Katelyn Timroth, and Jake Wirkler for bringing their expertise to the games. It was a fun season!
Basalt Recreation Department
The steering committee for the Glenwood Springs community garden would like to thank the following people.
Tom Barrens and the Parks and Recreation board for your approval and recommendation of monies; Robin Millyard, public works director and Jeff Hecksel, city manager, regarding water supply; city councilors for your careful and thoughtful recommendation of the community center site, we are happy with that decision, and grateful for the offer; Roaring Fork Anglers; Safeway for consideration of the 23rd Street site; Resource Engineering for your time on the 23rd Street site; and thank you to the community members who showed up at the council meeting in support of the garden.
Jack Green, Sharill Hawkins, Chris Mullally, Kacey Beckers, Marilee Rippy, Penny Farquar, Denise Rankin, Ashley Nadon and Jennifer Vanian
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