Erin Stalgren: Thank you to the Independent Sports Club
To the Editor:
The 5th Grade class at Granby Elementary School would first like to thank the Independent Sports Club (ISC) for their very generous donation to help fund our outdoor education field trip. In addition we would like to thank all those who made our Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction fundraising event on March 1 possible. We would like to extend special thanks to Dan Styles the owner of Harry Lemon’s Restaurant and Bar, located in the Inn at SilverCreek, for donating the restaurant space, use of his kitchen, paper products, salad and dressings and other food items. Dan’s generosity was above and beyond. We would also like to thank NRC 365 Mountain Network for publicity and silent auction items. Additionally, Sysco Foods (spaghetti and sauce), Subway of Winter Park and Granby (bread), Safeway (cookies), City Market, and the Granby Fire Department for their contribution, as well. We could not have done it without these generous businesses. To the many who made donations for our silent auction, we thank you; the silent auction was a huge success. We humbly thank the group of parents volunteers who put in so much time and effort to make the dinner possible – you are awesome! Finally, thanks to the community for coming out and supporting the spaghetti dinner and silent auction. Grand County is an amazingly supportive place to live as evidenced by the huge turnout for the dinner. The event was a total success and helped us reach the financial goals for our 5th-grade class trip to the Summit School Outdoor Education Center in Estes Park. We couldn’t have done it without each and every one of our community supporters.
The 5th Graders of Granby Elementary
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