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Post IndependentGlenwood Springs, CO Colorado

There are a multitude of people, churches and business that generously contributed to the Lift-up Angel Tree effort this year in the Parachute/Battlement Mesa Community. With your assistance over 400 children received a touch of kindness and a holiday meal for Christmas. Special thanks to the Battlement Mesa’s Sheriff Auxiliary, GVHS Principal, Ryan Frink, Instructional Coach, Allison Teter and over 25 GVHS Leadership Students, All Saints Episcopal Church, Crown Peak Baptist Church, WellSpring Church, VJ’S Outlaw Restaurant, Petroleum Development Corp, Williams Production Employees, Garfield County School District 16 Superintendent, Ken Haptonstall, GVCFL Principal, Rebecca Ruland and Staff, Wells Fargo-Battlement Mesa, Clarks Market-Battlement Mesa, and the Angel Tree Team, Carolyn Stott, Tina & Lena Metcalf, Vicky Schulte, Judee Seidel, Wanda VanCleve of the Parachute Lift-up store and many, many others who volunteered their time and extended resources on behalf of local families in need. You have demonstrated what the true spirit of Christmas celebrates. Thank You,Doug SaxtonKandi HinmanCheri Witt-Brown

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