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Readers Say Thanks

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Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado

Glenwood Springs Middle School football enjoyed one of its more successful seasons with nearly 90 participating student-athletes and more than 50 in the seventh grade.

We would like to thank the players, parents, administrators and teachers, as well as Three Rivers Youth Football’s founders and all the TRYF coaches over the years who have contributed to our and other area teams’ successes.

We would also like to thank Glenwood Springs High School for the use of needed football gear and preparing the field for our games. The eighth-graders finished with five wins and one loss. The seventh-graders had five wins and two losses.



Glenwood Springs Middle School’s football coaches

The players, parents, and coaches of the Glenwood Springs Youth Hockey Association (GSYHA) would like to thank the Roaring Fork High Altitude Brewers (HAPS), Ken Jones and the Glenwood Canyon Brewing Co., the Jacober Brothers and Crystal River Meats, and The Roxie for hosting and sponsoring the first annual Grizzly Hockey “Puctoberfest” to support the players of Glenwood Springs Youth Hockey. The event was a tremendous success and could not have happened without the generosity and support of the hosts, sponsors and event organizer and Grizzly hockey parent Amy Fetterhoff. It is this community generosity and support that helps Glenwood Springs Youth Hockey in its commitment to keep hockey affordable for players in Glenwood Springs and the surrounding areas.



Thank you and go Grizzlies!

Peter Tibbetts, president

Glenwood Springs Youth Hockey Association

http://www.grizzlyhockey.org

Boy Scouts Troop 225 would like to thank Ron Meyers, from the Department of Wildlife, and Bill Dodds-Scott for teaching the Hunter’s Safety course to the Boy Scouts, friends of Scouts and adult leaders. After three days of work, each participant earned his certification in Hunter’s Safety. Bill Dodds-Scott’s help has taught more than 2,500 graduates of Hunter’s Safety, and he has been involved in Boy Scouts in Glenwood Springs his whole life. To become involved in Scouting please come and join us for our weekly meeting held at the Church of Christ (behind the middle school) each Tuesday night at 7 p.m.


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