Kremmling community plans benefit dinner on Tuesday for motorcycle accident victims |

Kremmling community plans benefit dinner on Tuesday for motorcycle accident victims

Kremmling community members will host a benefit dinner from 5:30-7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, May 4, at West Grand High School to provide financial assistance to the families of Kele Bock and Colton Bodemann, who were recently seriously injured in a motorcycle accident.

The cost of the spaghetti dinner is $8 for adults. Children ages 10 and under can eat for $5, and there will be a $2 dessert bar.

There will be a silent auction and an opportunity to win a week-long time share for a $10 donation. Donation containers will also be available at the event.

Organizers of the event say that most of the food has already been donated or purchased and people have stepped forward to volunteer.

If anybody wishes to donate desserts or silent auction items, they can bring those to the high school east commons area starting at about 1 p.m. on Tuesday, May 4.

Support the families of Kele and Colton by enjoying the meal and donating in a way they feel is appropriate. Donations are tax deductible and receipts will be provided upon request.

As part of its support for the families and the community, Alpine Motor Sports in Kremmling is offering to upgrade or provide motorcycle safety equipment at cost to all local youth riders.

More information is available via e-mail at

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