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Readers Say Thanks

On Friday, Sept. 30, the Southern Comfort Benefit raised over $2,800 for Habitat for Humanitys hurricane relief effort. The Roaring Fork Habitat for Humanity, which is about to break ground on a new home, will receive 10 percent. We were amazed at the giving from volunteers at the party, all the musicians, those who contributed raffle items and all who gave from their hearts whether they attended or not.A big thanks to all the sponsors: Big Stone Publishing, Contract Appliance Center, Body & Soul, Carbondale Council of Arts & Humanities, Design Studio, Divide Creek Builders, Jerry and Marie Gasau, The Post Independent, Glenwood Springs Recreation Center, Jack and Joan Green, Hotel Colorado, Ray and Shirley Limoges, Linden Marketing Group, Kenyon Design Works, Peg OBrien, Physical Therapy, Patrick and Linda Nagel, Richard Shenk Photography, Signature Framing, Sounds Easy, Sunlight Mountain Resort, Carolyn Meadowcroft and Vectra Bank.Though it may seem like a drop in the bucket, we have faith this donation will touch someone in a profound way and we are humbled to be a part of it.Paula SteppFrank MartinJack GreenGlenwood Springs

Our family would like to thank our many friends, associates and neighbors for the many acts of kindness in the days and weeks following the unexpected death of Peter Kutnicki, our beloved brother. The outpouring of love and support from the Vail and Roaring Fork valleys was more than gracious it was unbelievable. Although this letter of thanks is somewhat delayed since Peters sudden passing in March, it is no less genuine. There are so many of you that we want to thank individually, but we dont want to miss anyone, so please consider this a collective thank you to all.Peter was an exceptional father, friend, son and brother. We have fond memories of his kindness, humor, and generosity and we will always keep those thoughts close in our hearts.The Kutnicki FamilyBernice, Bernadine and Loretta, of Amsterdam, N.Y.Stan, of New Castle

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