Readers Say Thanks
I would like to thank the entire community for their generosity and support through high school.
Individual thanks go out to the Glenwood Springs Elks Lodge; Glenwood Springs Police Department; Glenwood Springs Sunrise Rotary; Glenwood Springs Association of Realtors; Dalby, Wendland and Co.; Antlers Motel and Trashmasters International for their contribution to higher education.
Last Thursday after scholarship night at Glenwood Springs High School, it was an emotional time for my family and me, knowing the majority of college was paid for. Seeing watered eyes and a face of relief on my mother was amazing, and I appreciate your contribution. Without these scholarships, it would have been very difficult to pay for college. Your generosity is greatly appreciated by me and my family.
On May 21, my wife entered Valley View Hospital for surgery to correct a deviated nasal septum and acute sinusitis. The operation was a success, and she is recovering at home.
I wanted to say thank you to the wonderful staff that we came in contact with at the hospital. Although I can not remember all your names, you know who you are. You were all very professional, and yet your caring and compassion were obvious.
I particularly want to thank Dr. Matthew Goodstein and his surgical crew, whose competence and professionalism are top-notch. Dr. Goodstein has an outstanding bedside manner reminiscent of a doctor I knew when I was a youngster.
Even going near a hospital can many times be very intimidating. Our experience at Valley View was quite the opposite. Thanks again to everyone.
“People are like stained glass windows; they sparkle and shine when the sun is out, but when the darkness sets in their true beauty is revealed only if there is a light within.” ” Elisabeth Kubler-Ross
The organizers of the second Festival 5 de Mayo in Carbondale would like to make public our gratefulness to all the people and organizations that in one way or another supported this event, and to all the community that participated in the activities with their presence.
We thank especially the volunteers that gave their time and energy to make this event a great success:
Lori Adams, Carlos Ronay Jr., Andreux Argento, Jesus Esquivel (Chuyin), Richard Sear, Diego Hernandez (Pelon), Marie and Chip Munday, Luis Lerma, Paco Álamo, Rico Torres, Anibal Guevara, Felicia Trevor, Scott Chaplin, Luis Polar Sr., Beth Hervey, Betty Martinez, Reynaldo Gonzalez, Jesus Eloy, Salvador Balderas “El Compa Chava,” Cleotilde del Angel, Village Smithy, Taipei Tokyo, Pollo Rico, Dos Gringos Burritos, Mi Casita, Phat Thai, Main Street Spirits, town of Carbondale, Sopris Surfers, Alpine Bank, Wells Fargo Bank, Dinero Rapido, Garcia’s, El Vaquero de Chihuahua, Colorado Mountain College, Turtle’s Liquor, Alpine Party Rentals, Restaurante Oasis, Radio Tricolor, La Roca de Rifle, Connie Callaway, La Mision, Mercado Hispano, APS, Waste Solutions, Mountain Fair Festival.
Carlos Herrera, Ricardo Polar,
Marychuy Regalado, Luis Polar
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