Letter: Baxter, Grand County Concert Series
Grand County Concert Series
The 2016 Grand County Concert Series (GCCS) has come to an end and we have so many to thank for its success. The Grand Foundation, The Towns of Winter Park and Fraser, McConnell Design and Printing, Safeway, Ace Fraser Valley Hardware, Grand Mountain Bank, Melem, Nelson Public Relations, Bill’s Auto, and Alpine Classic Music, who have supported us from the beginning.
Sage Peak, Edward Jones, The Lion’s Club, Channel 18, Jay Dekovic, Rotary Club of Granby, Tabernash Tavern, Mountain Moon Yoga, L.D. Watkins, Remax Peak to Peak, Pem Dunn, Pro Systems Carpet Cleaning, No Moosin Around, O-A Bistro,Grand Park, The Winter Park Chamber of Commerce, Legacy Building, Gambles, Volarios’s, Café Giocondo, Westaf, Michael’s Audio, Winter Park Optical, Alpine Lumber,Terrace Inn, Deno’s, Creekside Tavern, Bottle Pass Liquors, Elevation Pizza, Wealth Management,, Rocky Mountain Repertory, 10 Pound Gorilla, Channel 17, Alpine Art Affair, Granby Barn, City Market, Mountain Parks Electric, The Church of the Eternal Hills, Karl Vogelbacher, Dr. Brown, Destinations West, Rise and Shine Bakery, Wild Horse Catering, Bistro at Pole Creek, Engelmann Pines B & B, Sky-Hi News, Ski Broker, Winter Park Resort , Winter Park Dental, Mountain Grind Coffee and Bistro, Credit Union of the Rockies, Colorado Hands and Arms, Chateau Winter Park, Kings Crossing Retail,Alpine Alpacas, and Kopy Kat Office who have contributed to our series over the 14 years of our existence.
Your support, that of our subscribers and donors and our wonderful, all volunteer board have made it possible to establish a classical concert series in Grand County.
Bravo, and Thank you all!
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