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Thank you to all who supported and attended the Colorado Rocky Mountain Schools presentation of Telluride MountainFilm on Tour this year. These Feb. 8 and 9 screenings of short and feature films were the most successful in the events nine-year history at CRMS, raising more than $13,000 for CRMS curricular programs. MountainFilms success is due to a winning combination of thought-provoking films and the generosity of the following sponsors and local contributors who completely underwrote the event, allowing 100 percent of all ticket and concession sales to directly benefit CRMS: Alpine Bank of Carbondale; Bighorn Toyota; HP Geotech; Jacober Brothers Construction; Awesome Blossoms; InPower; Schmueser Gordon Meyer; The Thrift Shop of Aspen; KSNO; PostNet; Climbing Magazine; The Pour House; The Village Smithy; Red Rock Diner; Sopris Surfers; Lynn M. Kirchner Amore; Russets; Eco-Goddess Edibles; Glenwood Veterinary Clinic; Cathie and Davis Farrar; Stevens Group Real Estate Sales; and Ace Hardware. Michelle WilliamsCRMS special events coordinator

The Mt. Sopris Historical Society is happy to report that a huge crowd showed up for its annual meeting at the historic Tandy House in Carbondale last week. We would like to extend our grateful thanks to hosts Jonny Lampe and Wayne Horak of John Wayne Renovations, and Gailyns Cross Country B&B for sharing their newly renovated home with us. Additionally, a warm thank-you goes out to Beth and Lisa, who put on a delicious prime rib dinner with all the trimmings. To everyone who attended, we appreciate your stopping by as we look forward to many more events that keeps the spirit of neighborliness, and local history, alive and well in Carbondale.The Mt. Sopris Historical Society Board of DirectorsShelle deBeque, secretary


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