Readers Say Thanks
It takes a village sometimes that village comes in the way of a ride to a game, making phone calls, running home to get another jersey or an extra pair of soccer socks, picking up trash after a game or being there when the tears start to roll. It takes a village, volunteer coaches with busy lives making the time referees who sign up for more than just officiating a game and parents who give up their weekends to cheer their kids on. Now thats a village we can all be proud of. To all, thank you so much for your hard work, time and love of the sport. Basalt Soccer Club
The Rifle Fire Protection District would like to thank everyone involved with our open house on Sept. 30 here in Rifle. It was a tremendous success and the boot donations raised $870 for the fireworks fund.Thanks to all the Rifle Fire personnel who participated in the set-up, training demonstrations and cleanup. You all are very much appreciated.We would like to thank The Industrial Company (TIC) for their generous donation toward the purchase of the hot dogs/chips and drinks for all who attended. To TIC employees Audrey Cox, Aaron Mayhall, Jamie Swigart, and John St. Clair for cooking and serving, you helped us a great deal by undertaking this part of our Open House.A huge thank-you to Amerigas, P&K Auto, KC Construction, National Guard, Union Local 669 Sprinkler Fitters; Aspen Fire, Burning Mountains Fire, Climax Mine, Tri County Fire Extinguisher, Silt Co-op, Mr. Ts Hardware, Down Valley Septic, City Market, Swire Coke, Garfield County, A-1 Traffic Control, Judy Whiteman and Garfield County Airport.One last, but not least, thank-you to TIC for their cash match of $870 to go to the 2007 fireworks fund.We look forward to next years open house and the celebration of our 100th anniversary.Lee Martens, presidentRifle Fire Protection District Board of Directors
First of all, a big thanks to the Western Slope community and area church congregations for their support of the Stoakes family following the Red Apple disaster. The response has been overwhelming.As donations continue to come in, the Stoakes Fire Fund at Alpine Bank will remain open through the end of the year. Funds can be deposited to Larry Sweeney – Fire Fund for Rev. and Mrs. Stoakes at any Alpine Branch.I look forward to sharing your generosity and caring with the Stoakes in early 2007.Larry W. SweeneyRifle
Thanks to all those who contributed to and supported my campaign for Senate District 7. I very much appreciate the counsel and kind words I have received during and after the campaign. While I wish the results were otherwise, the campaign between Josh Penry and me was courteous and civil, and I congratulate Josh on his substantial victory.Dana Barker Parachute
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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.