Letter: Beres, thank you to the Grand County community
Thanks to the Grand County community
Jubilee Events and Grand Futures Prevention Coalition would like to thank the Grand County community for coming out to enjoy the family fun at our Harlem Ambassadors basketball show on April 21 at Middle Park High School. The event was accomplished with support from Middle Park Medical Center, Grand County Sheriff’s Department, Alpine Lumber, Mountain Parks Electric, Munn Architecture, Car Quest Auto Parts, Maverick’s Grille, Coca-Cola, Jilly’s Cakes & More, Gambles, Big Valley Construction, Alpine West Business Products, Town and Country Insurance, Dr. Marquardt, Trophy Garage Door, Trail Electric and Middle Park High School. Thank you.
It was a pleasure to hear Fortune perform our National Anthem before the show. Thank you for sharing your talent!
Volunteers are so important to the success of any event and I was lucky to have such a willing group of individuals with a heart for service. Thank you, Maggie Rainwater, Cassandra Vigil, Diana Dahl and Michelle Gale for selling memorabilia. Thank you John Van Grinsven, Brett Schroetlin and Nathan Newkirk for moving tables at the end of the game. Thank you Wally Baird, Susie Baird, Becky Johnson and Kenton Johnson for selling tickets at the door; it was fast and furious at times. Thank you Leslie Janusz for your willingness to assist me with selling tickets in advance. Hannah Parker you are a light in my world and I appreciate your assistance from set-up to strike. Thank you Gary Redfield and James Newberry for refereeing our game and for your participation in the hi-jinx. Our Grand County Blazers made the show more exciting. I am thankful for Adam Barham, Ryan Barwick, Dave Delano, Jesse Dickson, Dan Fraturra, Tim Gagnon, Christy Horn, Merritt Linke, Scott Lozar, Brenden McGrath, Dustin Morrow, Michael Solomon, Corey Trail, Marcus Twyman, Pete Vickrey and Nathan Wallenhorst.
Thank you Kaleb Givens for coming up with the name for the Grand County Blazers and Chad Fossen and Mike Wilson for taking and sharing your phenomenal photos with us. The community can share their photos from the game on Jubilee Events’ Facebook page.
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