Kremmling’s Redneck Mudshuffle organizers appreciate all the support |

Kremmling’s Redneck Mudshuffle organizers appreciate all the support

To the Editor:I would like to give a heartfelt thank you to all of my wonderful sponsors of the Redneck Mudshuffle. Wal-Mart, Elk Mountain Excavating, Mountain Parks Concrete, Kurt Neibauer Insurance Agency (Winter Park), T & C Concrete, Carquest Granby, Cornwell Tools, Rodger Scott, & Credit Union of the Rockies. Without you wonderful and very generous people we would not have ever had a Redneck Mudshuffle. I love having such great people to work with. Thank you from the bottom of my heart to each and every one of you.I also would like to give a huge thank you to all of my door prize sponsors. Auto Vista Group Silverthorne thank you so much for your generous gift certificates they were a big hit and I greatly appreciated it Brian. Thank you Brian Hartman & Auto Vista Group for always supporting our local community events you guys are wonderful. I would also like to say thank you for bringing over some vehicles’ for people to look at it made the Redneck Mudshuffle a better event. Specialized SUV Silverthorne, thank you Scott for your donation of the two tow ropes. That was a great door prize and people loved them. I would also like to give you big thanks for being my only vendor for the day. You guys are wonderful and I hope you had some people interested in what you do over in Silverthorne because you guys do great work.Wal-Mart, thanks to you again for helping me out with all of your door prize donations they were wonderful. NAPA of Granby, thank you for the donation of the battery charger you guys donated. It was great. Debra Ullrick, thank you very much for the donation of the five books that were about a love story of a couple of mud boggers; they fit right in to the muddy atmosphere.Last but not least, thanks to Joe Docheff for the donation of the battery operated grease gun. It was a great prize for that event. The Redneck Mudshuffle would not have been successful without all of you wonderful people.I owe a HUGE thank you to all of my volunteers that ran the entire event for me. I cannot thank Thad Scholl with Town & Country Insurance enough for doing all of the announcing for the entire event. Without you, Thad, there would not have been a show; you are the greatest. I also cannot say enough about Theresa Scholl for doing all of the paperwork for the event. Theresa, you did a wonderful job and helped me out tremendously. I greatly appreciate what you did.I also would like to give a heartfelt thank you to Port Toft for running the Calcutta for me. Without you, Port, we would not have had a successful Calcutta. I need to say thanks to Tracey Horner & Dave Sammons for being Port Toft’s ring men for the Calcutta it takes some experience to run a Calcutta and without you three I would have been lost. Thanks to Rebecca Eller & Paula Noonen for doing all of the clerking of the Calcutta; you guys are awesome.I would like to say thank you to the Board of County Commissioners, Lurline Underbrink Curran (county manager), Middle Park Fair & Rodeo Board, Road & Bridge, Crusher Crew for allowing us to have this event. I owe a big thank you to Ken Haynes, Bill Underbrink, Shorty Lemon, Jeremy Butler, Ron O’Hotto, & Brett Howloft for getting the mud pit ready and supplying all of the water we needed to get the pit muddy. Thank you guys very much. I appreciate all that you did.I would also like to say thank to all of the guys from Ordway that came and ran the pits. Shawn Gray, Heath Rusher, Billy Meyer, Mike Anderson, & Jay Johnson for helping me so much that you made my job look easy. You guys are wonderful and I am very proud to have such great friends like you guys.I would like to say thanks to Brenda Noakes & the 4-H council, and Larry Banman with the Rotary for doing all of the concessions for the event. You guys are great. I appreciate all that you did.I owe a huge thank you to Vanessa at Triple V Designs for designing all of my posters, flyers, certificates, and what ever else I asked her to do spur of the moment. Vanessa you are awesome at what you do and I greatly appreciate all of your help you give me year after year.Jim Miller at Bytes PC Tech, I owe you an enormous thank you for doing and setting up all of the computer programs that made my event run as smooth as it did. I could not have done it with out you. Thank you very much Jim.I owe a BIG thank you to the Kremmling Chamber of Commerce for helping sponsor this event. It was great working with Leslie, Kacey, & Marti you guys are wonderful people. I hope to have your support again next year.I would like to give a huge thank you to the West Grand Education Foundation for coming and putting on the Bovine Bingo event I really appreciate you guys coming and helping support the Redneck Mudshuffle. Thanks again Ken & Linda Haynes, Rebecca Eller, Karen & Dave Hammer, Tim & Jenna Haynes, Dave & Leslie Jones, Jeff Perry, Teri Tanton, Kendra & Jeremy Bock, Larry & Deb Pope, and Kelly Farrell for being a part of the Redneck Mudshuffle.I need to give a BIG thank you to the entire crew that I had behind the scenes and volunteers that helped make the Redneck Mudshuffle a great success. Thanks to Reva Groff, Viccki Hutson, Jodi & Frank Docheff, Shannon & Ty Shearer, Bill Reed, Paula & Jay Noonen, Kathy Mcallister, Gavin Mcallister, Ester Camp, Mike Hergenreter, Will Jones, Erick Gore Jr., Matt Frieson, Bob Howard, Joe Docheff, Dakota Docheff, J.D. Docheff, & Curtis Docheff for helping me with what ever I had to have done. Without all of you guys none of this could have been possible. I could not ask for a better group of people and friends to help me out. You guys are the greatest. Kittie DocheffParshall

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