Readers Say ThanksStrong support for egg hunt
Thank you, Rifle businesses, for the wonderful support you gave The Rifle Lions Club for its 81st annual Easter Egg Hunt. It turned out to be a sunny, beautiful day with many children participating. Three boys, and three girls went home with a new bicycle and helmet. Three boys and three girls received a big Easter basket filled with toys and candy. All went home with candy and plastic eggs with a treat inside.
Thank you to the Rifle Park and Recreation Department, Boy Scout Troop 223, and to the Fire department for bringing its truck to show the children while they waited for the event to start.
Below are the businesses that supported the hunt:
There were three major sponsors for our 81st Easter Egg Hunt. Thank you to Columbine Ford for its contribution of $500, Gold Star Realty for purchasing six bicycles, Colorado River Engineering for purchasing six helmets and contributing cash.
Other businesses contributing funds were Alpine Bank, Bank of Colorado, American Family Insurance, Rifle Works, Weiss & Associates, Town & Country Veterinarian, B&B Plumbing, Bookcliff Survey Services, State Farm, Rifle Truck and Trailer, Wal-Mart and Preceptor Beta Kappa.
Our Scavenger Hunt businesses were Alpine Bank, KFC, Valley Lumber, Rocky Mountain Liquors, Farm Fresh Cafe, Jeans Printing, City Market, Car Quest, East Ave. Carpet and Tile, Napa, American National Bank, A&D Pawn, Pruett & Associates, Rifle Lock & Safe, Timberline Sporting Goods, Rifle Boot & Saddlery, Country Attic, Bookcliff 66, Lady Bug, Busy Bee, Out West Real Estate, Midland Arts Company, Miller’s Dry Goods, Trendz, Action Shop, Rifle Animal Shelter, Fiesta Guadalajara, Rifle Chamber of Commerce, Red River Quick Mart, Community Banks of Colorado, Radio Shack, Mountain High Paint, and Grand River Gift Shop.
The Rifle Lions Club
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