Readers say thanks
On behalf of the Meraz Moreno Lozano families, I would like to thank all of our family and friends for their love and support during these past weeks of tragedy. A special thanks to St. Stephens Catholic Church and Father Luis, Dennis and The Flower Mart, Farnum Holt, Glenwood Springs Fire and EMT, Basalt Fire and EMT, Tortilleria La Roca and the Ruiz Family, Alpine Bank, City Market, Romero family and Paul Perea. The love that was shown for our beloved Leobardo Meraz Moreno and Oscar Moreno is a blessing to us all. They will live forever in our memories and our love for them.Thank You.Lori MerazGlenwood Springs
A community thank you from the Glenwood Springs High School Cheer Squad. We would like to thank the following businesses and individuals for their generous support for this year’s Glenwood Cheer Squad. Your help has already paid for the choreographer for the girl’s competitive routine and help with transportation to the competition at Elitches. Thank you to the following people: Neil-Garing Agency; US Bank; A-1 Traffic Control & Barricade, Inc.; Hepworth-Pawlak Geotechnical Inc., JJNJ, Inc.; Glenwood Springs; McDonald’s; Rocky Mountain Plastic Surgery; Matthew Goodstein M.D.; Dave and Sheri Scruby; Dodson Engineered Products; Stewart Title; Roaring Fork Surgical Associates; Juicy Lucy’s Steakhouse; Trish Romero Agency, Inc.; Duffy’s Garage, Inc.; Mineral Land Services; Jeff Leonard Insurance Agency, Inc.; Professional Auto Body & Frame, Inc.; Mountain Man Fruit & Nut Co.; Elmer’s Glass; Glenwood Springs Ford and Elk’s Bingo. Joni McGavock and the Glenwood Springs Cheer Fundraising CommitteeGlenwood Springs
We would like to express our heartfelt thanks and gratitude to the wonderful people who helped to save our home from the Red Apple Fire on 8/31/06.The teamwork of the Rifle Fire Department was awesome along with the BLM. Two Brothers Trucking supplied the water from their tanker. We would also like to express our appreciation to the slurry bombers who were so on the mark. Along with these folks were the strangers off the road, who are no longer strangers, Wilbur, Casey and Corey Murphy. They just stopped by and asked, “What can we do to help?” They were a blessing. Last but not least, our thanks to the Painted Pitchfork Ranch for taking in our young stallion in our time of need.We truly appreciate all those who helped us and others, plus the many other agencies that joined in on the Red Apple Fire. Keep up the great work.Thanks again.Wendy Gay and John CurranRifle
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Another Glenwood Springs City Council election has passed, but we doubt about two-thirds of Glenwood residents even noticed — certainly not based on the pathetic 31% turnout in balloting that concluded April 6.