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Grand County turns out to support food banks

To the Editor:Grand Mountain Bank would like to take this opportunity to thank the 96 golfers, our sponsors and hole sponsors for supporting our fourth annual Golf Tournament to Benefit the Church Food Banks of Grand County. This year our tournament successfully raised more than $7,500. Those funds were distributed evenly to the five food banks in Grand County, which each organization receiving a check for $1,500.We would especially like to thank our corporate sponsors Conroy Excavating Inc., Eddie Wedlestedt, Stan and Susie Meyer, Bob and Gail Gray, Western Riviera Motel, Selman, Munson & Lerner, First National Bank of Ordway and Alan Carter Architects. We are also most grateful to our many hole sponsors including Conroy Paving, Rocky Mountain General Store, Loren Snyder, R&J Liquors, Kuda Playter, Lawrence Hartlaub-Attorney, Grand County Cal Spas, Rapids Lodge and Restaurant, Grand Adventures, Bond Electric, Mad Munchies, The Paper Clip, Java Lava, Carroll & Lange, Inc., Ron and Mari Nelson, Middle Park Agency, KST Construction, Mountain Parks Electric, Denver Machine Tool, Glenn Realty, Lunsford Signs, Legacy Building Specialties, Preventive Tree Spraying, Mountain Estates, Fairways at Pole Creek, Alco and the Selman Family.Since the inception of this tournament four years ago, we are fortunate to have been able to raise and distribute nearly $33,000 to support the local food banks for the less fortunate of us in Grand County. Thanks again to all of our golfers, sponsors and a very generous Grand County community.The officers, directors, shareholders and employees of Grand Mountain Bank


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