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A special thanks goes out to all who helped sell tickets at all the home volleyball matches at Glenwood Springs High School this past season. The following volunteered their time and energy to help support the volleyball program: Diane Boat, Shannon Derby, Carol Padget, Ann Denney, Debby Sutherland, Cheryl Westphal, Bill Kimminau, Sherry Kennedy, Sheila Kimminau, Sandi Vallario, Ken Beckwith, Kim Buchanan, and Jody Thimnsen.Lynette Brickellticket sales organizerGlenwood Springs

On behalf of my family and myself, we would like to extend our deep appreciation and gratitude for all who helped with Indra’s going-away celebration.Thanks to Steve, Trevor and Mike, from the Bayou (the coolest restaurant in town), who opened their hearts and doors to us; the Rev. Joel Miller, who took time from his busy schedule to officiate; my co-workers from the Vapor Caves; and our warm, loving family from Denver, who gave us strength.Thanks for all the help with graphics, invitations, music, and for all the contributions, e-mails, stories, poems, flowers, cards, pictures and hugs.To my beautiful daughter, Indra, the circle is complete. Have fun, sweetheart. We’ll see you soon!Jaimes HartmannGlenwood Springs

Thank you, thank you, thank you! To each of you that came out to our open house Oct. 12, you made it a wonderfully special night for each of us. We wanted to say a special thanks to those that kindly brought or sent us a unique welcoming gift: Aspen Land & Homes; Sean Martin, with Bank of Colorado; Brenda Ulibarri, with Countrywide Home Loans; Roger Bath with the Home Guide Magazine; Liz Lippitt and Stacy Bath, with Alpine Bank; Patti and Sundi, with First American Heritage Title Company; Meredith Robinson, with the Silt Chamber; Gary Miller, with Miller’s Dry Goods; Jennifer Firmin, with Sanborn Studios; Ben Neuroth, with Budget Blinds; and many more. If you were unable to stop by during our open house, please drop in and say hi anytime. We are located at 800 Airport Rd, Suite 3, behind Starbucks in Rifle.Shari NeurothColdwell Banker Western Land and HomesRifle


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