Readers Say Thanks
In the fun loving spirit of Kiss-n-Squeal, The Property Shop piggies have been very good-natured about the blatant theft of their pig heads in broad daylight from The Property Shop fence. After over a week of patiently waiting for the return of the pig heads, The Property Shop piggies have no choice but to resort to more drastic measures. If the pig-nappers would like to see “pinky”, the well-loved sock pig again, all 7 pig heads must be returned to The Property Shop fence immediately. If not, “pinky” could have a tragic accident … need we say more? Pinky is longing for home and will gladly be returned to the YouthZone office once the 7 pig heads are safely home.Pig sick,Team Property Shop
The Snowmass Recreation Department held its 2nd Annual SkateMASS skateboarding event on July 24 under hot sunny skies. Beginner through advanced division skate were held plus “Best Trick” in these categories, and the end of the day featured a “Pool Jam” session with the advanced skaters. Eight kids competed in the beginner category. Clare Mulvey won the female division and Jack Coyne won the men’s. In the intermediate, Craig DeFeo took the honors and Derek Seurynk won the Advanced Division and $200 main prize from Red Bull. The “Best Trick” saw the competitors push the limits of the skate park and also their bodies. Jack Coyne again grabbed the honors for the beginner division, while Mathew Cunningham won the intermediate division with a 10-foot launch onto flat, to the relief of the crowd. Jeff Wexley took the hotly contested advanced division and then Derek Seurynk won the “Bowl Jam” and the $100 prize from Alpine Bank. Thank you to all the sponsors for the day, without your generous prize donations this event would not be possible. Thank you to our long list of sponsors; Red Bull, Alpine Bank, Radio Boardshop, Polar Revolution, Snowmass Hospitality, The Viceroy Hotel, Casual Culture, Sidewinder Sports, Tasters Pizza, Aspen Snowmass, D&E Sports, Blazing Adventures, Goodfellows Pizza, Fuel, and the Town of Snowmass Village. A huge thank you to Travis McLain from Radio Boardshop, for his entertaining and professional emcee skills for the event. To the judges; Justin Whitney, Eric Angus and Alex Reyes, thank you for your skills and tabulations. Thank you to David O’Connell from Red Bull and also Pat Faurer for the event logistics during the day. Your help was much appreciated. Finally, thank you to all the competitors for attending and pushing the boundaries of your sport. We had a total of 25 competitors in the division skate and then 34 in the “Best Trick” and “Bowl Jam”, your passion and skill for the sport was appreciated by all spectators and fellow competitors. Cheers to another great year and we will see you again next year for the 3rd Annual SkateMASS contest. Chris “Woodsie” WoodsRecreation SpecialistSnowmass Village Parks & Recreation
The Advocate Safehouse Project would like to express their sincere thanks to everyone who sponsored, contributed and attended the Bike Nite Extravaganza! What a wonderful event! As there are too many to list for thanks, I would like to put out a special thanks to Skip with Bike-Nite LLC, Aspen Valley Harley Davidson, and Frank at Russo’s Pizza! For a complete list of gracious sponsors, donors, organizers and participants visit the website at http://www.bike-nite.org. With the kind donations, sponsors and events, the two combined evenings were a great success raising over $1,100 dollars for the Advocate Safehouse Project. It is with the support of a great community that we can continue to do the work that we do to provide services to survivors of domestic and sexual violence! Thanks for the support!
Our family would like to send out a special thank you to the businesses of New Castle. In our time of despair, the following businesses supported us and eased our pain with their aid in a raffle held for the final expenses of our fallen family member. We would like to thank: Hogback Pizza, Elk Creek Mining Co., Burning Mountain Bowl, Making New Waves, Spirits Liquor, Mountain Ink and the Rifle Creek Golf Course.We apologize for our tardiness with our thanks, it’s been a year since our cousin was killed and in getting through the motions one by one we did not forget your acts of grace.From the Family of James Gregory Cross
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