Readers Say Thanks
The Silt Heyday Committee would like to thank all the sponsors that helped to make the 41st Silt Heyday and Silt Heyday Car Show possible. Because of you, we were able to provide a day which included a 5K run, music and fun for all who joined us Saturday and then a great Car Show on Sunday. Our Financial Contributors this year were: A1 Traffic Control & Barricade, Ace Amusement, Alpine Bank – Rifle, American National Bank, AMS Consolidated Timber Products, Antero Resources, Bank of Colorado – Western Slope, Chelewski Pipe & Supply, Inc., Cheryl & CO. Real Estate, Citizen’s Telegram, City Market, Carbondale, City Market, New Castle, City Market, Rifle, Colorado West Brokers, Columbine Liquor, Concrete Equipment & Supply, Congregational Church of the Valley, Crabtree’s Auto Body, Double RR & D Inc. – Napa, Elmer Glass Co., EnCana Oil & Gas, Fiesta Guadalajara, Flag Sand & Gravel, Glenwood Springs Post Independent, Go-Fer Foods, Gold Ring Pawn, Grand River Hospital & Medical Center, HY-WAY Feed & Ranch Supply, Inter-Mountain Storage, Jean’s Printing, K & K Lumber, Kelly & Michael Lyon Family, LTD, KMTS, Kum & Go, LLC – Silt, Master Petroleum, Meadow Gold Dairy, Moore Construction, Mountain Clear Bottled Water, Pepsi Cola Bottling Co., Ramada Inn, RBW Automotive, Red River Motel, Inc., Rifle Conoco/Rifle Towing, Sherwin Williams, Silt Area Chamber of Commerce, Silt Discount Liquors, Somethin’ Sweet Candy Plus!, Starbucks Coffee Company, Swallow Oil, The Country Florist, Town of Silt, Village Inn, Waste Management, Wells Fargo Bank, Western Slope Ice, Wood Solutions, Woodsmith Construction.Our Door Prize donors this year were: Alpine Garden Center, Alpine Tire, Berthod Motors, Big Iron Tire Service, LLC, Burning Mountain Bowl, Carquest Auto Parts, City Market, Regional, Columbine Ford, Inc., Columbine Restaurant, Domino’s Pizza – Rifle, Elk Creek Mining Company, Glenwood Caverns Adventure Park, Glenwood Springs Ford, Grease Monkey, Rifle, Hog Back Pizza, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Mancinelli’s Pizza, Miner’s Claim, Mr. T’s Hardware, O’Reilly Auto Parts, Red Brick BBQ, Rib City Grill, Rifle Creek Golf Club, Rifle Truck and Trailer, Ryden Ranch Maize Maze, Silt Fitness Center, Sonic Drive-In in Rifle, Steffie’s Place, Studio 6 Salon, Subway in Rifle, Sunlight Ski & Bike, The Whimsical Wagon, Vista Chevrolet, Western Slope Trailer and WingNutz Bar and Grill.We also wish to thank all the people that donated their time both before and during Silt Heyday which includes our Grand Marshals – some of our very talented volunteers; our VFW and American Legion Flag Bearers; our breakfast providers the Glenwood Kiwanis supporting the Silt Historical Society; our Parade Judges; our booth providers; our performers; our singer for the National Anthem; our local Support which includes the Silt Police plus all the volunteers that join us each year for security, the Silt Historical Society, and other local residents, Jon, Bill, Smitty, Marilyn and Kristen, Amanda, Jeremiah, Izak, Brooke, Sandy, Lynn, Jim, Terry, Sonny, the Town of Silt employees which includes Sheila, Marie, Melody, Chris and all the people in the Public Works department who really came through for us this year as well as all of the others that helped. We say again “Hats off to Volunteers”.We want to thank all the newspapers, radio and TV stations that publicized the event, Harrelson Music who provided our sound system, Garfield County who provided for our dumping, and Down Valley Septic who provided our sanitary facilities for the 2-day event.Thanks to our wonderful bands and dancers; Defiance Stringband; Rocking Horse; and Exit 42, also the Western Slope Stompers on Saturday and our Sunday band, Too Young to Know.If we forgot anyone it is not intentional, and we thank you, too. It was a busy few days for us and we could not possibly see all the behind the scenes work that we know went on. Without all of this support, we could not have done it.Thanks again.Silt Heyday Committee – Dave Bartlett, Levy Burris, Joan Nestor, Marilyn Nestor, Kim Price, Marcia Smith, Kathy Strong, Peggy Swank and Amanda Tarin
We want to thank everyone that has helped us with Eileen the last 3 years.Especially everyone at Heritage Park in Carbondale. You are the most loving, caring group of people and we are so thankful for each and every one of you that has made Eileen’s final years as joyful as possible. Alzheimer’s is a very hard disease to deal with and you all made it possible for her to have that joy every day until the end.There will be a memorial for Eileen at Heritage Park in Gardener Hall on Sat. Aug. 7 at 2 p.m.In lieu of flowers, donations can be made in Eileen Antoniou’s name to Alzheimer’s Association or to Heritage Park activities, she loved her activities while living there.We will miss you Grandma Eileen,Phil and Debbie BethellJamie, Lucas and Tracy Bethell
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Fans, players and coaches on both sides of Stubler Memorial Field seemed to know it would come down just the way it did, regardless of who had the ball at the end.