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The family of Betty Fazzi would like to express our deepest thanks to all the ladies that prepared the wonderful lunch recently, and the the men that helped set up and clean up. Also thanks to the community and all the dear friends that gave so generously for the food and the love and concern that was shared with Betty’s family.And thanks to the Rev. Del Whittington for his wonderful service, and Pastor James Legg for the use of the First Baptist Church in Silt. It would have touched Mom’s heart to see how much she was loved.Linda Rosette and the family of Betty FazziSilt

Colorado Mountain Express would like to thank the community and those who participated in the Fill the Van food drive conducted at City Market stores in Glenwood Springs, Carbondale, El Jebel and Aspen on Saturday, Nov. 5. The food drive was a huge success, and the community was very generous this season in helping to replenish local food banks and agencies of need. Your assistance will help those individuals who are hungry and in need.In particular, CME would like to thank the following individuals who assisted in collecting and delivering food: Shonna Jenson, Jane Fromm, Tom Ball and family, Katie Currier, Tom Casperon, Tom Boes, Jace Jaulos, Ellis Beardon and family, John Ullrey, Jason Phillips and family, Diane Heber, Glenwood Springs Key Club, the National Honor Society, and DECA.Pam AtenDirector of SalesColorado Mountain Express

Thank you to everyone who helped make our first annual “Emergency Workers Appreciation Week” a success! It was great to meet the firefighters, police officers, Mountain Rescue volunteers, and ski patrollers who came into our offices for free chiropractic treatments. I feel honored to be able to offer care to these hardworking folks who make this valley a safe and special place to live. I look forward to meeting even more of you next year.Dr. Scott TesoroSopris Chiropractic



On behalf of the Carbondale Environmental Board, I would like to thank everyone who participated in the Energy Extravaganza last Thursday. Whether you realized it or not, you played a large role in the planning for a sustainable energy future for Carbondale, both with your participation and simply by your presence. When the community speaks, its government has to listen. Fortunately for us, our town government wants to hear what we have to say. I also want to thank our sponsors who made this event possible: the Community Office for Resource Efficiency, ACE Hardware, Solar Energy International, Jack Sebesta, Access Roaring Fork, KDNK, KSMT, and KSPN. One more thank-you to all of the local businesses who participated and to the volunteers who helped with the event and/or helped assemble Maam, the life sized, human-powered Wooley Mammoth. Like the flyers said, Carbondale’s energy future is choice, not fate. Thanks for being a part of history!Soozie LindbloomCarbondale Environmental Board

I would like to take this opportunity to thank all of you who supported my bid for school board in District 16. I am humbled and honored that I received so many votes. Although I did not receive enough to put me in to the position, I deeply appreciate all of my family and friends that believed in me enough to encourage others to vote for me. Thank you.To my fellow candidates who were elected, congratulations. I believe that Dani will continue to do the right thing as president and with her experience and desire along with the other board members will continue to do the right thing for the district.As for Gary Munyer and Amy Beasley, I wish you two the best and please keep your position in perspective. Do not allow agendas or past disagreements cloud your sense of objectivity when making decisions. Remember that you are there in the best interest of the children, teachers and the district as a whole. Good luck to all of you and you have mine and my family’s support in moving our district forward. Bill MiddletonBattlement Mesa


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