Readers say thanks
Taste of Life finding a cure one bite at a time is a huge job for Relay for Life Team: Project Relay. Luckily, there are many caring people who came together to support our small group in raising money to help find a cure.
Generous, big-hearted companies offered their services including Jean’s Printing, Micro Plastics, CMC West Garfield Campus, Central Distributing, Silver Tip Printing, True Brew Coffee, Mountain Clear Water, KMTS, Brian Bark with KMTS, Bonnie Strong and the Citizen Telegram/Post Independent. Without the generosity of these people and companies, this event would not have been possible.
Project Relay would also like to give a huge thank-you to the restaurants who participated, including Rib City (People’s Choice Award), Columbine Restaurant (Judges First Choice Award), Chomp’s Deli (Judges Second Choice Award), Base Camp Cafe, Daylight Donuts, Fiesta Guadalajara, Salazar Tortilleria, White Buffalo, Wing Nutz, and efusjon drinks.
We would like to send a huge thank-you to all the citizens who came out to support the cause and enjoy the delicious food.
We are looking forward to taking an even bigger bite for the cure next year through the Taste of Life!
Much thanks, Project Relay!
Charlotte Squires and Kelley Timmer, team captains
Project Relay, Rifle
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