Grand County Historical Association appreciates the help |

Grand County Historical Association appreciates the help

To the Editor:Thanks to the Grand Foundation, Moore Brothers Inc. and Mark & Marsha Rayfield, the Cozens Stage Stop Museum has a new paint job and roof. The new addition at the Grand County/Pioneer Village Museum in Hot Sulphur Springs is thanks to George Davis and crew of Maple Street Builders.Other donations were made along the way by Mountain Park Concrete, Alpine Lumber, B&J Plumbing, The Roofing Co., and Granby Roofing and Sheet Metal. The gravel that covered the muddy parking lot was donated by Jim Yust and the hauling was partly donated by DMJ Contractors of Kremmling. Thanks to all who made these improvements at the museums possible.Remember the GCHA Garage Sale on Aug. 22-23 and don’t forget to sign up for the Rollins Pass Trek on Aug. 30. Raffle tickets for the afghan and/or two free tickets for lunch and spa at the Dunton Hot Springs near Telluride are now on sale. Call 725-3939 for information.Barbara MitchellGrand County Historical AssociationBoard of Directors