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Readers Say Thanks

On May 21, the Glenwood Springs Police Department held its annual Bicycle Rodeo at Glenwood Springs Elementary School. Although there was a smaller turnout than usual, 45 kids showed up to register their bikes, ride the obstacle course, receive free helmets, water bottles, locks and other gifts. Wonderful time was had by all.

This was especially true for Adan Carrington, Cody Cuthbertson, Shadrach Biggs, and Kim Klein, who won the drawings for new bicycles.

The bikes and free safety inspections were provided by Scratch and his crew from BSR Bike shop, longtime supporters of the Bike Rodeo. Helmets were provided with the assistance of the Glenwood Kiwanis Club and Canyon Bikes.

Space does not permit thanking all the other generous supporters of this special event for kids, but we are grateful for your help.

We hope to see even more kids out next year for a great event.

Terry Wilson

chief of police

Glenwood Springs

Thanks cannot express my appreciation for Berthod Motors’ generosity and help when my vehicle was out of commission. The employees went out of their way to help me while my car was being repaired and made me very comfortable during the long waiting process I had.

I won’t share all the details, but suffice it to say that they really went the extra mile for me and I am glad that I buy my cars from Berthod’s excellent sales staff.

Carla Pronto

Glenwood Springs

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