Readers say thanks
T-h-a-n-k-s for dictionariesLast week, all of our third graders received their very own dictionary from the Glenwood Springs Elks Lodge. These very generous folks came to our classrooms and personally gave these treasures to students to keep. On behalf of Glenwood Springs Elementary School, I just wanted to thank them, publicly. Thank you for supporting our kids, Elks Lodge!Sonya J.L. Hemmen, principalGlenwood Springs Elementary SchoolVictim of house fire appreciated helpThank you, Burning Mountain firemen and-women, for fighting the fire at my house on Sept. 4. Thank you, Gerald and Jody Rendon, for calling 911 and taking care of my granddaughters. Thank you Annie and Alan Hazen for allowing me and my pets into your home. I am blessed with kind, caring relatives; thank you all. I will not forget your kindness. Thanks Mike.Mary AndersonNew CastleAssistance helped makereading program a successThe Glenwood Springs Branch Library is grateful to everyone who helped create our successful Summer Reading Program. Funding was provided by the Aspen Valley Community Foundation, the Friends of the Glenwood Springs Library, the city of Glenwood Springs, and the Xi Sigma Chapter of Beta Sigma Phi. In addition, we received a mini-grant from the state library and many local businesses donated prizes and gift certificates.We would also like to express our thanks to the volunteers who supervised children and handed out reading incentives. La Mision, KMTS, KSPN, Channel 12, the Glenwood Springs Post Independent and Alpine Bank earned our gratitude by assisting us with publicity. Our congratulations go out to all the young people who participated in the reading program! Patricia L. Conwaybranch managerTrotting out her gratitudeI want to thank everyone who came out to support the Fossil Trot this last weekend. Your support for the seniors and Carbondale Senior Housing is very much appreciated.We had a wide age range of participants this year, starting with 9-month-old Teddy Jack Huttenhower, who won in his age category and received his first tooth (a fossil tooth), and 87-year-old Evalyn Masters, who not only won in her age category but also was our oldest participant. They both did the mile race in record time.Thanks again, everyone, for your donations and support. Thanks again to all our sponsors, volunteers, and Jenny Tempest for the great design on the T-shirts. We do have T-shirts left; you can stop by and buy one at Carbondale Senior Housing.Thanks again to all. You make it a fun race. Keep running, and good health to all.Jerilyn NieslanikCarbondale senior housingA grateful guildThe Anvil Points Quilt Guild would like to thank the many people who made our quilt show, Aug. 28-29, a success.To start with were Fred and Bryton Derby, Cliff Herrington and Mike Kostelecky. We couldn’t have done it without you.Then there was Charlie Snider and his family and friends, who entertained us with bluegrass music, icing on the cake.Many thanks to our four celebrity judges, John Evans, Paul Taylor, Cleo Schultz and Alice Boulton.Huge kudos to the Silt Historical Park and all their volunteers, including but not limited to Elaine Fruehtal, Bill Smith, Bonnie Grant and Alice Boulton. The park is an ideal setting, and they were all great to work with. If you ever have an event, you owe it to yourself to check out the park as your site.Thanks also to the Lions Club for coming to set up their food wagon. They were very accommodating. The pancakes on Saturday were great, too.Many thanks to all the guild members who worked their fingers to the bone during the show and prior making the quilts that were on display.Thanks also to Jim Bell from Channel 13 for coming and filming our quilt show to air on public television.And a big thanks goes to Gloria Elliott for believing our small guild was capable of doing a quality quilt show. She kept telling us we could do it – and so we did!Pat PetersonAnvil Points Quilt Guildshow committeeAnvil Points Quilt Guildshow committee
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