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I would like to thank the many people and groups who helped make Grand River Hospital District’s Volunteer Appreciation Gala fun and festive occasion for all. A special thanks to the Young Adult Volunteer of the Year, Amanda Tiffany, for her fours years of service (and best wishes in nursing school) and to Betty Mosby, our well deserving Volunteer of the Year!Thank you for all your help and inspiration: the Churchill Family Players (dancers extraordinaire!), Toni & crew @ Alpine Gardens (love those herbs!), Kathie & company at Country Florists (terra cotta worked!), Lotti & chefs @ Columbine Restaurant, Kay Vaskilasi, and last but not least, Rifle the Wonder dog. Each of your unique contributions helped to make the day go down in the annuals of great parties.A special thanks to the volunteers who hustled and bustled to put on their own party! Sandy Sekeres, Summer Weisel, Kaitlyn G, Gina Marjanen, Lori Hoffman, Patty Lambert, Sandra Lay. Susan Rae, and last but not least, our great CEO, Martie Wisdom, who lets us have outstanding THANK YOU parties!Kaaren PeckManager of Volunteer ServicesGrand River Hospital DistrictPS. For those who are interested in coming on board as volunteers, don’t miss our Summer Volunteer Orientation May 29th, 10:00- 2:00. Call me!
St. Stephens Catholic School held a Bicycle Rodeo last April 28th for children in grades k-2. The event turned out to be a fun and educational opportunity for kids to actively engage in activities that required students to practice using safety skills as well as other important physical skills such as riding in a straight line, coming to a complete stop, and turning. The school received incredible support from outside volunteers and businesses such as Sunlight Bike Shop, the Police Dept., the Fire Dept., and the Kiwanis Club. St. Stephens Catholic School would like to thank all these wonderful volunteer supporters- especially the Kiwanis Club who donated over 35 helmets to children at the school. The Kiwanis Club raises money to buy helmets for children from their famous Ball Race held each year during Glenwood Springs Strawberry Days festival. The school would like to encourage members of our community to support this wonderful club by buying tickets to support them in their efforts of providing all children with safe and proper fitting bicycle helmets. Mrs. Kelley Cullen & St. Stephens Catholic SchoolGlenwood Springs
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