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Yampah Mountain High School would like to thank our valley community for their generous donations to the Amanda Armijo Medical Fund. The goal of $8,000 was met through pledges and donations for the student Climb-a-thon, and through tickets sales and auctioned items during the student concert. Our valley is truly full of caring and generous people.Especially, we would like to thank the following organizations: The Church of Carbondale; the employees of Myers Steel; Alpine Bank; Garfield & Hecht PC; Carpet One; Summit Canyon; Glenwood Gardens; Glenwood Springs Ford; Bighorn Toyota; Canyon Honda; High Tech Toys; Rivers Restaurant; Good Health Grocery; Big Johns; Alpine Technologies; Hotel Denver; Buzick & Associates; Downtown Drug; and the Hot Springs Pool.We’d also like to thank all the individuals, families and friends who donated so generously, with extra special thanks to Bob Myers, Ashley Montano and Toni Logan. Mike Podmore students and staff of Yampah Mountain High Glenwood Springs

I want to thank everyone that supported the St. Stephen’s School B.A.S.H. which was held last Thursday as a Barn Party at the school, and on Saturday at the Hotel Colorado, where we enjoyed a Kentucky Derby night. The sponsors were: Balcomb & Green, B.J. and Michael Adams Charitable Foundation, Diemoz Construction, D.M Neuman Construction, Glenwood Insurance Agency, Modern Cabinet Shop, Mountain Radiology Inc., Northwind Operation LLC, Rudd COnstruction, SDS Mortgage, Sotheby’s – Aspen Land & Homes and Zancanella and Associates. Many businesses donated items for the silent and live auctions, and many people worked hard for the event. I want to mention Regis Salons and Stonebridge Condominiums for their donations, which were accidentally not included in the program. I have run this event for six years, and am always amazed at the generosity from the many fine citizens in the Roaring Fork Valley. B.A.S.H. stands for Building a Scholastic Heritage and I thank all who make this possible for St. Stephen’s School. Paula BuskCarbondale

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