Granby Thanks for supporting Post Prom 2008
To the Editor:The Middle Park High School students and parents would like to thank the following for their generous support of Post Prom 2008. Over $11,000 in cash, merchandise, gift certificates, and materials were donated for this event. About 120 participated in this alcohol- and drug-free event. Approximately 25 parents spent numerous hours in preparation for and during the event. Thank you for all your hard work. Our community can be proud of this collaborative effort to support our youth.Fraser Donors: Alco, Alpine Physical Therapy, Bond Electric, Bruce & Patricia Byrd, Frank Expressions, Fraser 1 Hr. Photo, Fraser Valley Ace Hardware, John Meredith, Millenium Bank, Mountain Timber Furnishings, Pole Creek Machine, Radio Shack, Rocky Mountain Roastery, Safeway, The Seven Sisters, Jill Suffin, town of Fraser, The Warm Store, Valley Board & Bike, Young Life Crooked Creek.Granby Donors: A’La Mode, Abbot’s Pump Company, Alpine West Business Products, American Family Insurance, Bob & JoAnn Anderson, Big Valley Construction, Brooks Veterinary Service, Budget Tackle, Car Quest, CAT Rental (Wagner Rents), City Market, Clip & Curl, Country Ace Hardware, Drowsy Water Ranch, Fabric Nook, Gambles, Glenn Realty, Granby Dairy, Granby Dental Clinic, Granby Mini Mart, Granby Vet Clinic, Grand Fire Protection District #1, Grand County Auto Parts, Grand County Board of Realtors, Grand Elk Ranch & Club, Grand Futures Prevention Coalition, Grand Mountain Bank, Grand Mountain Trading Co., Grand River Coffee, Harrington Landscapes, High Country Motors, Ian’s Mountain Bakery, Java Lava Caf, Legacy Building Specialties, Liberty Savings Bank, Lord of the Valley Lutheran Church, Middle Park Glass, Mountain Park Concrete, Mountain Parks Electric, NDC Builders, Noriyuki & Parker,P.C., The Paper Clip, Pearl Dragon, Power Systems, Inc., Remington’s of Granby, Rotary Club of Granby, Ronald Stern, P.C., Shadow Mountain Chiropractic, Sheer Design, Spirit & Things, St. Anne’s Church & Mission, Topaz Office Professionals, town of Granby, U.S. Bank, Lisa VonderHaar Ph.D.Grand Lake Donors: Bears Den, Beacon Landing, Black Bear Bakery & Caf, Boater Choice, Circle D, Fat Cat Caf, Goofy Moose, Grand Embellishment, Grand Lake Art Gallery, Grand Lake Chocolates, Grand Lake Emporium, Grand Lake Lanes, Grand Lake Log Homes, Grand Lake Metro Rec District, Grand Lake Plumbing Co., Grand Lake Rotary, Grand Pizza Humphrey’s Cabin Fever, Independent Sports Club, Jackstraw Gallery, KBL Services, Inc., Manes to Tame, Mine Design, Moose Stop Video, Mountain Food Market, Mountain Lake Properties, Miyauchi’s Snack Bar, Never Summer Mountain Products, Nice & Naughty Store, Pancho & Lefty’sThe Rapids, Red Sled, Rocky Mountain Coffee Company, Rocky Mountain Trader, Re/Max Resorts, Sagebrush Grill, Town of Grand Lake, TrimWorks of Grand County, Waconda Whispering Pines.Hot Sulphur Springs Donors: Grand County Title & Escrow, Harms & Sons Excavating, Maple Street Builders, McDonough Excavating, Town of Hot Sulphur.Tabernash Donor: Grand WoodworksWinter Park Donors: Alpine Sun & Ski, Arapahoe Ski Lodge, Atwater & Herren, Attorneys at Law, B’ Jammin, Beaver Management Group, Beaver Village Condominiums, Bottom Line Bookkeeping, Carlos & Marias, Coldwell Banker Mountain, Properties, Cooper Creek, Deno’s, Destinations West, East Grand Fire Protection, Fontenot’s, Fraser Valley Lions Club, Grand Opportunities, Hernando’s Pizza, Mike Nutting Contracting, Rudi’s Deli, Pat Rupert, Snow Mountain Ranch/YMCA of the Rockies, State Farm- Kurt D. Neibauer, Subway, Harold N. Teverbaugh, town of Winter Park, Trailblazer Snowmobile Tours, Winter Park & the Fraser Valley Chamber of Commerce, Winter Park Resort, Winter Park Travel.Other Donors: Best Buy, Colorado Crush, Denver Broncos, Six Flags Elitch Gardens, Water World.
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