Readers say thanks
As another fall Basalt High School athletic season closes and winter sports get underway, we want to thank Dr. Tom Moore and Mike Levy for their endless volunteer hours of medical and physical therapy expertise for our athletes. You can count on them being around on the sidelines, in the weight training room, after-hours or on Saturday office visits. We appreciated the 7 a.m. call to see how our son, Darren, was after a football injury. We all appreciate your dedication and caring for our local children these many years. Thank you to their families and especially, Mike and Tom. We sure are lucky that you care about Basalt High athletes. Thank you.Leroy and Janice DurouxBasalt
New Castle Family Fitness and Alpine Bank of New Castle would like the thank the community for all of your wonderful donations and support during the Harju Family Benefit. We successfully raised more than $20,000.We would like to express a special thank you to the auctioneers and all of the volunteers. Without you this would not have been possible! Cathy Lee, New Castle Family FitnessJudy Shaffer, Alpine Bank of New Castle
Just saying thanks to the many people that made Bobby’s homecoming visit a lot of fun for the Julich family.Thanks to Bill Sommers and all the cyclists and their families who came to hear Bobby speak at the Western Colorado Cycling Club meeting on Nov. 16.Thanks to the Garfield County Board of Commissioners for making Nov. 17 Bobby Julich Day in Garfield County.Thanks to: Kelley Cox for the great picture of Bobby and his daughter, Olivia, signing autographs on the cover of the Nov. 17 paper.Thanks to the article by news editor Sean Kelly in the Nov. 18 paper and to Dale Shrull for the Nov. 19 paper.Thanks to Kim Doose whose section called Our Towns on Thursday, Nov. 24 was hilarious to read.Thanks to Walt Brown III and the Chief, Kurt Wigger for hosting the private family dinner and the reception afterwards and a really big thanks to all the people who came out to see Bobby and got a chance to say ‘hi’ to him.We love you all!Bernadette and Robin JulichGlenwood Springs
The Turkey Day 5K race directors and the Carbondale Community School would like to publicly send our heartfelt thanks to the following businesses and individuals who made this year’s race the most successful in our 19 year history. Kudos to our sponsor, City Market and Kevin Flohr, for donating the post-race food these past 11 years. Gracias to the Glenwood Springs Golf Course for hosting the race each Thanksgiving. Mercí to our incredible volunteer crew: Greg, Jim, Dorlene, Kirk, Fritz, Trish, Samantha, George, Joe, Amy, David, John, Jenny, Barbara, Rick, and Jeff. Thanks to Rick, Jenny, Jordan and Josh for the turkeys and other goodies. Our sincere appreciation goes to Paul and Nancy for the use of their finish line clock, and to the Post Independent for their awesome coverage of our event. And, finally, we are most grateful to the race participants who come each year to compete, have lots of fun, while supporting a great school. Hope to see you next year at the starting line! Karen M. GreenwoodJim RichmondTurkey Day 5K race coordinators
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