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Readers Say Thanks

As the school year speeds to a close, I would like to give my thanks to the many folks and organizations that have contributed to the new Life Skills Program at Glenwood Springs High School. Our program is designed to help students with severe needs prepare to transition from school life to a meaningful and productive adulthood. In addition to functional academics, we incorporate lessons in cooking, social skills, the arts, recreation, community service, work experience and more.Thank you so much Maureen Willman, Christy Villalobos, Charlie Willman, Mario Villalobos, Julie Goldberg and the staff at Mt. BOCES, Dave and Pam in the GSHS Bistro, Paul Freeman and my incredible co-workers at GSHS, Eric Foerster and the staff at Ironbridge Golf Club, Roaring Fork Family Resource Centers, Defiance Thrift Store, American Furniture Warehouse, City Market, Healthstyles Exercise Equipment, Roaring Fork Music, Petco, Lowe’s and Wal-Mart.Thanks to you, we’ve had a very productive year. Thank you for your generosity and community spirit involving these very special young people. Happy summer!Dian Geist, life skills teacherGlenwood Springs High School

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