Rippy’s attendance made Veterans Day special
We just wanted to take this opportunity to thank Representative Gregg Rippy for taking the time to come to the Colorado State Veterans Nursing Home (CSVNH) in Rifle and speak to the residents, guests and staff who attended the Veterans Day program on Thursday, Nov. 11. He has been kind enough to be our speaker for Veterans Day and Flag Day several times over the past few years. He never tells us he’s too busy or can’t attend and always has time for a little visit with any of the residents, staff or guests who want to talk with him. We appreciate him and his visits.Sincerely, Beth BusterCSVNH Activity DepartmentRifleThanks A-TeamThe SACC Silt Area Chamber of Commerce A-Team would like to thank all of those who showed up to the BAH (Business After Hours) at the American Canopy/WillowWisp in Silt. Thanks to the numerous friends and business owners who came and to the 11 A-Team and board members who came also. That was a nice turn out. Thanks to A-Team and board members: Carole Cooke, Kris Daler, Jean Walter, Cinda Munro, Sharon Heil, Kathie Currie, Suki Self, Mary Haggart, Meredith Robinson, Dave Bartlett, Steve Self. There was great food, lots of networking, and some really neat door prizes. Oni Butterfly won some cash, and Kris Daler won a discount on WillowWisp high-speed Internet and the McLin’s get a fresh baked pecan pie from Suki.Kathie and Don CurrieSilt Elegant Auction support appreciatedChapter AO, PEO, would like to thank the Post Independent and the community of Glenwood Springs for its support of the Elegant Auction for the past 11 years. The 12th annual Elegant Auction will begin at 11 a.m. Friday, Dec. 3, at the Hotel Colorado. Tickets are $18 and can be purchased at Mountain Peddler. Happy Holidays!Becca Schenk and Elegant Auction committee membersGlenwood SpringsSympathy appreciatedThe family of Margaret Pressler would like to thank everyone for their support during our time of need. All the phone calls, prayers, visits, food, cards and other offers of sympathy are greatly appreciated.Sincerely,Fran and Ross Ingersolland familyJudie Richardson and familyButch and Eileen Pressler and familyFall book sale a success The Friends of the Glenwood Springs Library recently held their fall book sale, which proved to be extremely successful. We are indebted to the many people who donated books, as well as those who supported the library by patronizing the sale.Many community members gave of their time and resources, and deserve a special thank-you. Thirty-two volunteers donated 253 hours of time to sort, arrange and put away books. We also were assisted by the Bank of Colorado, Big Sid’s Bottles, Butler Rents, the Glenwood Springs Post Independent and the Youth Recovery Center.The Friends of the Glenwood Springs Library use the money they raise to buy items that are needed by the library, but fall outside of the library budget. The Friends also contribute money to the annual Summer Reading Program.The library depends upon assistance from the Friends of the Library, members of the community and our loyal volunteers. I offer my heartfelt thanks to each one of you.Pat ConwayBranch ManagerGlenwood Springs Branch LibraryBenefit wine tastinga selloutDear Editor,A special thank-you to the community for your support by attending our wine tasting event Thursday, Oct. 28. It was a sellout, and a good time was had by all to benefit the Friends of the Rifle Animal Shelter. We would also like to thank Creek Bend Cafe and Bistro, Rocky Mountain Liquors and their vendors, and KMTS Radio. We always welcome new volunteers to our group. For more information, call 984-2579. Thanks again!volunteers and furry friends at the Rifle Animal ShelterDance troupe program turns out greatDear Editor,The presentation of the Don Cossacks Dance Troupe sponsored by the Yampah Mountain Arts and Humanities Council on Thursday, Oct. 28, was extremely successful. The staff and students wish to express their gratitude to parents and community members who attended and helped with this project.We would especially like to thank: Village Inn Pancake House for all the pies, True Brew Coffee for providing the coffee, City Market, Wal-mart and Kmart for their gift certificates. The excellent desserts were provided by Village Inn Pancake House, Hotel Colorado, Buffalo Valley Inn, Daily Bread, Delice, Dogwood Grill, Florindos, Sapphire Grill, the Exclamation Point and Lorraine Morrison. The generous sharing of equipment by Rivers, the Ramada Inn, Peak Tent and Party Rental, The Waldorf School on the Roaring Fork, and True Brew Coffee is greatly appreciated. Finally, we would like to thank the Aspen Dance Connection for assisting our school to present this program to the community.Mary EzequelleYampah Mountain High School
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