Readers say thanks
The Children’s Rocky Mountain Preschool would like to say a big “thanks” to all who made the first annual Run for the Kids event such a great success! We would like to say a special thanks to our major sponsors: Valley View Hospital, R.H. Crossland Foundation, Aspen Glen, The Roaring Fork Club, The Sky Hotel, Harmony Scott Jewelry, Voices of Tomorrow Foundation, Liberty Home Loans, Alpine Bank, The Town of Carbondale and The Shirt Stop. Without your generous support, this event would not have taken place.Also, a very special thanks goes to Chris “Woodsie” Woods, from the Town of Carbondale, who was just amazing! Without his expertise, enthusiasm and dedication we would have been lost. So, thanks.Lastly, thanks to all the volunteers, runners and kids who made it all happen. We can’t wait to do it all again next year.The CRMS PreschoolCarbondale
In this world today, I often worry that the very things that are so important to keeping democracy alive and well will be the very things that disappear. Community radio is one of those things, where independent voices can be heard, the voices are alive and local and the stations are truly “people powered.” Once again, the Roaring Fork Valley has showed me that I live in a valley that values that independence, and I want to personally thank all who became new or renewing members in KDNK’s recent Membership Drive. I also want to remind everyone that independent radio can be very fragile. There is no “downtime” these days. KDNK could easily disappear if the community does not continue to be involved and supportive, so please, get involved! Become a dj, encourage your friends to become members, let us know what you like and don’t like. The stronger we are as a station and a community, the better chance we have of making it in this world of corporate takeovers and the taking away of our individual freedoms. Thanks again to all who believe that way, too. It makes this world just a little bit easier to live in!Amy KimberlyKDNK Development DirectorCarbondale
Thanks go out to all the hole sponsors, the businesses that donated to the silent auction, and the community members who came out to lay at our second annual Cody Brickell Memorial Miniature Golf fund-raiser to benefit the Glenwood Springs High School Wrestling Team on Sept. 10. We met our goal of raising $12,000, which is such a tribute to Cody’s life, and his legacy to continue the wrestling program in this valley.The Brickell family and the GSHS Wrestling TeamGlenwood Springs
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