Readers Say Thanks
Thank you to the Lions Club of New Castle for hosting the annual community Thanksgiving Dinner on Saturday, Nov. 21, at the Community Center. Your hard work in providing the main entrees and the opportunity to visit with community members is greatly appreciated. Again, thank you and God bless all the good work you do in the community throughout the year. Birgie NiemannNew Castle
The Fraternal Order of Eagles #215 would like to personally thank all those who volunteered at the Thanksgiving dinner. It was the efforts of many to make it the huge success that it was.We want to thank all those who donated food, cooked, served, cleaned and delivered meals. Also, want to thank some local businesses and organizations for donating food, gift cards, utensils, etc. It’s that kind of spirit of giving that makes the start of the holiday season very special. Thanks again,Maureen NutileF.O.E. #215
On Saturday, Nov. 21, the Silt Area Chamber of Commerce organized a Thanksgiving meal for 51 seniors in Silt, as well as delivering 15 meals to those who could not come. We were also able to give away 120 coats, donated by local citizens, to those who needed it in Silt and at the Colorado State Veterans Home in Rifle. We really enjoyed meeting so many wonderful people and being able to give back to our great community. The Silt Chamber of Commerce would like to thank Bill Barrett Corp., Exxon Mobile, EnCana, City Market in Rifle, Clark’s Market in Battlement Mesa, Miner’s Claim Restaurant, Williams Production, Grand River Hospital District, Columbine Restaurant, Cat’s Casas Real Estate, Canyon Cleaners, First National Bank, Community Bank, Sims Construction, Star Precast, Cheryl & Co. Real Estate, Burning Mountains Fire Protection District, Silt Police Department, Olsson Associates, Centerra Real Estate, and the many generous individuals who gave their time and resources to help us make this event possible.Cheryl Chandlerpresident, Silt Area Chamber of Commerce
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