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The Glenwood Springs Parks and Recreation Department would like to thank all of the families, friends, and especially coaches for making the youth recreation baseball season a complete home run! A special thank-you to all of our coaches: Christine Page, Jeff Hale, Keith Richel, John Howe, Ted Kaufman, Adam McPherson, Greg Hailey, Mike Patch, Casey Johnson, Bill Crowley, Todd Leahy, Liza Stewart, Ken Gaddis, Nina Thornton, Greg Thornton, Bruce Gentry, Paul Burbidge, Bill Barham and David Bleakly. For exciting information about our programs, please visit http://www.glenwoodrec.com.Matthew Kraemer, athletics coordinatorGlenwood Springs Parks and Recreation Department

We would like to give a huge heartfelt thank you to the following, Roaring Fork Family Physicians, Valley View Oncology, Columbine Home Health Care, Roaring Fork Valley Hospice, PSA Healthcare, Lincare, the Valley View Hospital doctors and nursing staff, The Bishopric and Relief Society with the Church Of Jesus Christ Of Latter Day Saints, and Farnum Holt Funeral Home. To our family and friends, thank you for all of the beautiful cards, flowers and hugs you gave us. To everyone, we appreciate all the comfort and support you gave us during this difficult time of healing.Thank you all so very much. The family of Leon Sutherland, (and Tashie Girl – Dad’s beloved dog who stuck by him and is with him now, may they both rest peacefully together).Carbondale

Another great year of Summer of Jazz was given to us this year. I just wanted to thank Mary and Bob Noone for their tireless work to bring us fantastic music once again. I am so impressed with your dedication for 22 years, 200 bands and hours and hours of organizing. Thank you and thanks to all the volunteers that make it possible year after year. Joni McGavockGlenwood Springs


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