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Granby Little League grateful for community’s support

Now that the Granby Little League baseball and softball season is officially over, it is time to reflect on the season and give thanks and credit wher

To the Editor:Now that the Granby Little League baseball and softball season is officially over, it is time to reflect on the season and give thanks and credit where it is due. The season was very successful, and congratulations to the four all-star team players and coaches for representing Grand County we are very proud of all of you. Enough thanks and appreciation cannot be given to everyone who made this a great 2008 season:Town of Granby, Julie Martin and Elliot Lauber of Granby Recreation Department, Peter Butrymovich and Liz Mathieu of Granby Parks Department, Scott Sabados and Trista McAdow of Grand County Little League, James Newberry and the Board of County Commissioners, Brown and Bigelow, and the Stitching Post.Sponsors:Millenniun Bank, Grand County Title & Escrow, Circle G Automotive, Middle Park Glass, Gambles, Mountain Parks Electric, Granby Dairy, Grand Mountain Bank, Big Valley Construction, Legacy Building Specialties, Rotary Club of Granby, Gregory Electric, The Trash Company, Mountain Parks Concrete, United Country Real Estate, The Paper Clip, U.S. Bank.Umpires:Doug Doudna, Gregory Doudna, John Jennings, Trista McAdow, Connor Jennings, Colin Jennings, Ben Wells, Kelsey Locke, Amanda Nutting, Ellen VanBockern, Bryan Kentfield, Larry Poehler, Trina Rule, Chad Kuhnel and Dave Weaver.Also thanks to PJ Holmes, Gary Bailey, Mark Miller, Angie Holmes, Chad Kuhnel, Justin McGuan, Joe Pandy, Todd Gair, Chris Cowne, Troy Neiberger, Tom Pierro, Cindy Derby, Rhonda Smith, Mike Smith, Randy Carver, Don Hoskins, Anna Marie Pfieffer and Jason Thornton. Also a thank you to all of you parents that helped out at practices and games when time permitted.The biggest thank you goes to the kids who participated and practiced and played their hearts out. It was a true joy to watch your smiles and to watch you work hard and improve over the season. Keep up the hard work and see ya at the fields next year.Phyllis JohnsonRuss EisenbartKristie DelayJill Hansen

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