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I would just like to say thank you to the angel who gave my son a $50 gift certificate in the check-out line at the City Market in Rifle. They were in dire need of snow boots, and it was perfect timing.

I would also like to say thank you to some other people. I would like to say thank you to LIFT-UP of Rifle, the Angel Tree Project, the Elks Lodge of Rifle, Donna Fell, and the Gateway program.

There are many more that I would also like say thank you to. They know who they are. In this era of hard times, it is nice to know the Christmas spirit is still alive. You all made our Christmas special. I hope each and every one of you have a great holiday!



Jim, Angie, Cody, Sierra, and Leila Bertsch

Rifle



Gifts of the season come in all sorts of packages, and on Nov. 22, it was the quiet, consistent generosity of Sharon and John Graves, as they held their annual benefit for the library. Customers picked out a book from the Library Wish Tree at Through the Looking Glass bookstore, purchased the book at the special sale price, and then donated it to the Glenwood Springs Library. I would like to convey our thanks to Sharon and John and their kind customers for the 13 new books that are now available to library patrons. It touches my heart to feel the support of the community for the library. We couldn’t do it without you.

Pat Conway, manager

Glenwood Springs Branch Library


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