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Raffle a rousing success

Jeanne M. Beaudryexecutive directorRoaring Fork Conservancy

The Roaring Fork Conservancy recently held the drawing for its 2004 raffle. The response to the raffle was tremendous. We are grateful to all of those who supported us by buying tickets and to those who donated the four terrific prizes that were part of the drawing. The proceeds go directly to our organization’s continuing efforts to preserve and protect the valley’s rivers. The coveted seven-day trip to Puerto Vallarta was won by Susan Shipp, the Winston fly rod went to Bill Lorah, the Russell Chatham Lithograph went to Skip Sloan, and the Aspen Center for Women’s Health won the 100 gallons of gas. Again, thanks to all who helped make the raffle an exciting event and a success! Respectfully,Jeanne M. Beaudryexecutive directorRoaring Fork Conservancy

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