Readers Say Thanks
Thank you, thank you, thank you, thank you, Village Inn, for your support of local theater. Through your generous gift of pies for Theater Masters’ “Take Ten Two”; Defiance Community Players’ scholarship show, “Run For Your Wife”; Cara Daniels’ one-woman show, “Her Eyes Were Blue”; and CMC Theatre’s one-act plays, “Mis/Communications” many audience members were given the opportunity to “Celebrate with pie!”
How wonderful it was to not only experience these artistic performances, but taste these culinary works of art, too! Theater and pie ” it doesn’t get better, in my opinion.
Additionally, special thanks need to go to Ted Churchill, the general manager of Village Inn, and his staff who made this happen. What a gift to be greeted with a, “sure, we’d love to help” response. You are amazing! Your generosity and enthusiasm are appreciated by all involved.
Chip Winn Wells
Theater Masters, CMC Theatre,
Defiance Community Players
On behalf of the Glenwood Springs Parks and Recreation Department, I would like to thank the following sponsors and volunteers for the Easter Eggstravaganza on Saturday, April 10:
The Post Independent and Jim Noelker for shooting photos of the event and sponsoring advertising. Michelle Wurtsmith for ad design and marketing. Hats off to KMTS for radio ads and announcements. A big hug and thanks to our volunteers at the prize booth, Cody Spyker, Iris Rankin, Brigitt Weidmer and Patty Brooks. Thank you to the early morning hiding-eggs crew, Elise Giezentanner and Carlyn Farquhar. Thanks to my wonderful photographer Sebastian Wanatowicz, his sister Mindy Yajko and best bud Jared Kerst.
Thank you for the warm coffee and concessions provided by Good Shepherd Church. Thanks to the Fire Department, which safely delivered the Easter Bunny and helped break down. Many thanks to Sean and Greg Jeung. The Easter Bunny would not be possible without Robin’s Hallmark; thanks to Robin Haney. I especially would like to thank all the parents and participants for coming to play with kids in hand on a wintry spring morning. Thank you to the city of Glenwood Springs for making this event possible.
Very truly yours,
City of Glenwood Springs Parks and Recreation Department
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