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Glenwood Springs, CO Colorado
GSHS Athletic Training Program Fundraiser needs your help. Glenwood Springs High School has 18 athletic programs with 648 athletes through out the year. The athletic training program, headed by Marni Barten, takes great care of all these athletes if they are ever injured in a game or practice. Due to the rising cost of medical supplies and budget adjustments this program is short of funding for supplies and equipment needed daily. Please consider a donation today to cover these costs. Any donation is greatly appreciated to keep our athletes healthy. For more information contact Cindy Warkentin at 618-3762.
Please send donations to:
GSHS Athletic Training
attn. book keeper
1521 Grand Ave.
Glenwood Springs, CO 81601
Thank you for your help and support
On behalf of CMC children’s mini college, we want to thank you all the business and individuals that made generous donations to our Chocolate Extravaganza Drawing and Silent Auction. With your help we were able to raise $13,500. The funds raised will help us meet our operational costs and further the quality education that we strive to offer.
We recognize your investment in our community, and we will continue to support your business in whatever way we can.
Once again, we thank you for your support and are grateful that you and others are putting children first. We couldn’t have done it without you.
the children, parents and staff of CMC children’s mini college
A simple thank you cannot begin to express our heartfelt appreciation for the many acts of kindness that came our way most recently during the tragic loss of our daughter, Samantha.
The cards, flowers, calls, food, contributions and thoughts and prayers we received from family, friends and the community have provided a level of peace that will be etched in our hearts forever.
The fund at American National Bank, 2624 Grand Ave. in Glenwood, remains open.
Thank you for reminding us how many lives were touched by our beautiful Sami.
the Smith family
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