Readers Say Thanks
Thunder River Theatre Companys family and friends are giving free performances of a their Holiday Readers Theatre program. The special evening includes beautiful, spiritual and fun readings, something for the whole family, as our way of saying thank you to the supporters and patrons who have helped us during these past 10 years. We think of this event as a friend-raiser.All of us in TRTC feel blessed to have so many people who believe in us, our work and what we do for the valley with our many programs. During this season of giving, TRTC wants to give back, and to remind everyone it is the gift of love, friendship and peace that are the most important gifts. Start your holiday season with TRTC and experience professional theatre at its finest. Yes, Virginia, … there is a Santa Claus. TRTC is proud to include our performer friends to help bring you this special event. They include Carbondales own Joyce Boulifant, Roger Perry and Carlos Herrera, and Aspens Rett Harper. Many members of TRTCs resident company will also participate. Seating is limited, so please come early. The performance is at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday, Dec. 10 and 11, and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 12, at the Waldorf School on Old Highway 82. Call 309-5398 for information.TRTC also wishes to thank the GSPI for their continued coverage. No nonprofit performance organization could survive without the steady support of the press.Sincerely,Lon Winstonfounding artistic directorTRTCCarbondale
On behalf of the Glenwood Springs High School Athletic Department, it is again time to thank those who so graciously gave of the time and resources to help with our 11 sports programs. Thanks to the Glenwood Springs Lions Club for again volunteering to take tickets at home football games. They provide a great service to GSHS and our athletic program. Thanks to those parents who volunteered time to take tickets for soccer and volleyball.I would like to personally thank Steve Schreiner, John Weast, and Roger Zastrow for the countless hours they offered to paint the football field before each home game. I would also like to thank Mike King for helping paint the soccer field. This is a very time-consuming job and their commitment and dedication to this task was appreciated.Thanks to those who gave their time for things that sometimes go unnoticed: announcing at games, chain crews, clock operators and such. Thanks Eric Strautman, Todd Thulson, Dick Screen, Bryan Avery, Shannon Hudson, Steve Vanderhoof, Coach Miller, Pete Waller, Mike Wilde and all the others who ran the clock and operated the chains.Thanks also to True Value and Tom Ball with Colorado Mountain Express for their contributions to our athletic program. Berthod Motors & Don Gerbaz again loaned us the Gator for the fall. The Gator is a great time saver and Zak Zastrow and I would like to extend our gratitude to Berthod Motors and Don Gerbaz for allowing us use of the Gator.Steve Cabbathletic directorGlenwood Springs High School
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