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Readers say thanks

The 22nd Annual Tri-Glenwood Triathlon went off without a hitch. The race organizers and the participants would like to say thank you to the Colorado Department of Transportation: Joe Elsen, program engineer; Pete Mertes, residential engineer; and Roland Wagner, project engineer for their commitment to our event. We would also like to thank CC Enterprises: Myra Stevens, supervisor, and her crew for the superb job of coning off the new traffic lane, since the shoulder was not finished. The traffic control at Exit 109 and 114 was provided again this year by A-1 Traffic, Cal Whitman. As they do every year, the police officers of Glenwood Springs donate their assistance at Exit 116 where the bikers exit and re-enter the transition area. This was a huge job, safely facilitating 300 racers along the I-70 corridor. Thanks again for all the special assistance.Cindy LundinGlenwood Springs

The Glenwood Springs High School wrestling team, their parents and the coaches would like to thank the community for their support for the third annual Cody Brickell Miniature Golf fundraiser held at Johnsons’ Park to benefit the GSHS wrestling team.We want to give a special thanks to the hole sponsors, those who provided items for the silent auction, the food, beverage and paper product donations for the barbecue, the venue for the event, the advertisers for radio, T.V. and newspapers, the printing of the posters and flyers, the use of the tents, those who made cash donations, and especially to all of you who came out and supported the team. What a great day of fun, music, food and all around good community spirit.Cody was passionate about wrestling, and what a great tribute and honor to his memory to see the outstanding community support to keep the wrestling tradition alive in the valley.Check out our GSHS wrestling Web site at: for updated information on our schedule, team and individual statistics, and the advertising of your donations throughout the season.The GSHS wrestling team and parentsGuy Brickell and Miles Cook, coachesDarcy Croissant

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