More readers say thanks
Lots of support for snowmobile runThe Thomasville Unit of the Basalt and Rural Fire Protection District gives thanks for the support given by the following for the sixth annual Vince Thomas Snowmobile Run:Alpine Bank, Alpine Tire Co., anonymous donor, Aspen Skiing Co., Big O Tires, Breakfast in America, Bucky’s Burgers, Capitol Deli, Catherine Store, City Market, Co-Op Store, Cut It Again Sam, Diamond J Guest Ranch, D & G Outfitters, Dominos Pizza, DOW, El Jebeverage, Grand Junction Pipe, High Tone Automotive, Hot Mama’s, J.C. Electric, La Peria Fashions, Mercado Mexicano, Meredith Store, Mid-Valley Chiro. Clinic, MG Sports, Movieland, NAPA Auto Parts, Pro Sports Polaris, R J Paddywacks Pet Store, Roaring Fork Furniture, Scooters Car Wash, Spring Creek Trout Farm, Subway, Teresa’s Market, Timbo’s Pizza, Those Girls, Valley Wellness Center, V2K Window Fashions, and Valley Lumber.Lloyd StrobeckThomasville Unit of Basalt Fire DepartmentGood attendance at advisory committee meetingColorado Mountain College’s nursing program would like to thank those who participated in the recent advisory committee meeting, held on March 16 at Valley View Hospital.Those in attendance were: co-chairwomen Nancy Schreiner and Linn Kight, CMC nursing program director Sally Smalley, Roaring Fork Campus Dean Nancy Genova, Jane Vincent, Heather Lutgring, Michelle Trent, Tammy Waller, Melanna Mercellot, Anne Robinson, Lisa Olsen, Lisa Doak, Gloria Miller, Trish Cerise, Carol Conger, Terry Miller, Meredith O’Neill, Jane St. Jean, Barbara Gugelman, and CMC nursing students Hans Lindbloom and Ingrid Brucker.The committee meets twice a year to discuss area nursing needs and trends, CMC’s nursing program changes, and conduct an overall review to keep this program strong and viable. CMC’s nursing program appreciates your time and service to this important committee.Barbara Gugelman, administrative assistantCMC Nursing Program and Health CenterKDNK reaches membership drive goalKDNK would like to sincerely thank everyone who joined KDNK or renewed a membership during the Spring Membership Drive. The station reached their goal of $40,000 on Friday, March 18. KDNK’s two annual membership drives account for one-quarter of their operating budget. KDNK is so thankful for all of the support from the residents of this wonderful valley. The list of those who donated money, time and/or food and services to help make this drive so successful is too long to print here, but please know that you are all appreciated. The money will be used for operating expenses, keeping KDNK’s unique blend of news, public affairs and music on your dial for another season. If you have not had a chance to pay your pledge, you can send payments to KDNK at P.O. Box 1388, Carbondale, CO 81623, or stop by and say hi at 76 S. Second St. Also, it’s never too late to join the family; if you have a lapsed membership, or are not a member, contact KDNK today. Thank you, one and all!Shawna Claibornegeneral manager, KDNKCarbondaleSupport and sympathy shown to Sills familyThe family of Jack R. Sills would like to thank all of our friends and family for their support and sympathy.Thank you to all that brought food and supplies. The thoughts and prayers were greatly appreciated.Special thanks to Garfield County Sheriff’s Office, Garfield County Search and Rescue, Bunny Rorhig and Rusty Cannon Motel, Mountain View Baptist Church, Dave and Kathy Pearson, Farnum Holt Funeral Home, Arlin and Cindy Washburn, Anna Dechert and Bryan Duncan.Thank you,Anita Sills, Mark Sills, Karinda Lee, Kim Neffendorf, Denise WilkersonRifle
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