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We, the sponsors of the Glenwood Springs Ice Queens womens hockey team, would like to thank the players for a terrific season. In their first year of membership in the WACH (Womens Association of Colorado Hockey) in the B-2 league, the Queens finished with a respectable 9-6 record. They also placed sixth out of eight teams in the season-ending B-2 tournament in Breckenridge last weekend. We are proud to support this dedicated group of women who have worked hard to learn the challenging game of hockey. We especially want to thank coaches Ham Tharp and Brian Romig for their generous donation of time, coaching expertise and experience. Go Queens!Harrys Heavy HaulersMountain RadiologyPediatric PartnersPeppinos PizzaR2JM, IncStencil & Co.20/20 EyeCare2RVI, Inc.Valley View HospitalVectra Bank
Dear Carbondale,Thank all of you for voting in the municipal election on April 6. It was, and is, the most important act we can do as citizens.Voting is the great equalizer; we all have one vote.I also want to thank all of the candidates. It is a serious commitment to agree to serve, and all of you are to be commended.Many thanks to all of those who worked on my campaign.Sincerely,Russ CriswellCarbondale
I want to thank all the parents, fans, students, teachers as well as the entire valley for your support of the Roaring Fork High School Lady Rams basketball team. The success of this entire program belongs to each and every one of you. Immediately after I first received the word that we had drawn the 8:45 a.m. game on Thursday at Colorado State University, I was warned about the difficult time slot, because there would be hardly any fans that would be able to attend, and the whole state experience would not be fully enjoyed. I guess they just didnt know Carbondale!The support from this valley was a direct response to the kind of people who care about not only their own team, but wish success for anyone from our area that is true camaraderie, and sportsmanship at its finest. Your support throughout the entire season has made a difference and will continue to make the difference. So many accomplishments and achievements were made by these young women this year, amidst many a trying time during our season. Mesa State Team Camp champions, Brenda Patch Tournament champions, Steamboat Springs Shoot-out tournament champions, district champions and regional champions sometimes these fade after a disappointing loss at state.Thank you to the Roaring Fork Valley for allowing us to be a part of your lives, and thanks to the players for being such special, talented and dedicated young women.Jackie Gaddis,coach,RFHS Lady Ramsbasketball teamCarbondale
I would like to thank all the people who work at Valley View Hospital for the care that my aunt received while she was there. She said the care and food were very good. Thanks especially to nurse Cathy on the second floor in acute care.Gratefully,Dean AndreattaGlenwood Springs
A big thanks to all of you, especially to my sister Ruth Choate and my niece Linda DeGeus, for the surprise party for my 80th birthday. Special thanks to my grandson Jimmy Johnson for coming from California.It was great!Love to all,Jody LindauerParachute
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