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The Glenwood Ice U14 boys competitive team would like to thank Bighorn Toyota for sponsoring the team in the Grand Mesa Fire Classic Tournament held Oct. 7-8 in Grand Junction. The team played to a tie for second place in their division.Jonathan Ronning, Manuel Gallegos, Dalton Handy, Zeke Duran, Michael McGraw, Bernardo Santacruz, Riley Heald, Joseph Ciborowski, Billy Steele, James Unger, J.D. Weeden, Casey Montoya, Kevin Hartmann, Nick Zilm, Hunter Brown, Ryan Buchanan, Russ Brown and Ray Ciborowski and coach Glenn HartmannGlenwood Ice U14 boys competitive team

Thanks and congratulations to the community school parents who committed huge amounts of time to present the Roaring Fork Valley Studio Tour this year:Liz Penzel, artists’ liaison, volunteer coordinator; Courtney Kleager, underwriting publications, publicity; Colleen Townsley, ad sales, map sales; Fiona O’Donnell-Pax, food & beverage; Cathy Click, reception, volunteer coordinator; Deb Burleigh, silent auction; Sue Parker, exhibition; K Cesark, reception exhibition; Cindy Hanlon, signs; Jen Soucie, education outreach; and Charlotte Edwards, banners. Thanks to every volunteer who helped in any capacity.Sincere gratitude goes to our underwriters: Alpine Banks, Roaring Fork Real Estate and KDNK. Brian Leasure of Destination Holdings deserves our thanks for hosting the reception/silent auction at the River Valley Ranch Sales Barn. Gran Farnum did a great job on the studio tour map and posters. Thanks to the businesses that advertised with us and sold the map guides. A special thanks goes to CCAH and Ro Mead for participation in many ways.With the artists’ involvement and public support, the tour culminates in a fun, cultural and educational event that simultaneously supports the community schools. Thank you to all who contributed to the success of the studio tour this year.Carol RothrockGlenwood Springs


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