Letter: Drexler-Dreis, Thanks to everyone who attended the Colorado Headwaters Land Trust event
Thanks to everyone who attended the Colorado Headwaters Land Trust event,
On behalf of the Board of Directors and staff of the Colorado Headwaters Land Trust, I want to thank everyone who participated in our 2016 Annual Celebration and Fundraiser on July 10 at Winding River Ranch. Located on the Colorado River in Grand Lake, the venue was a perfect setting to showcase the land trust and everything we do to protect open lands in Grand County.
It was inspiring that so much of Grand County came out to support us as we celebrated the past year. It was a very successful event with great food by Stone Creek Catering, great music by Martin and Taylor, great people, and great conversation. Thank you to everyone who attended. We hope you enjoyed it as much as we did.
Special thanks to Melissa Busse and Winding River Ranch for hosting the event, the many donors who contributed and purchased our silent and live auction items, Mike Turner of TV 18 for being our Emcee and Auctioneer, and Bottle Pass Liquors and Stacey O’Brien of Republic National Distributing Company for providing the alcohol. Also, a huge thank you to the following generous event sponsors: Munn Architecture and Steve Sears, Graham and Louise Powers, Kristen L. Meyer & Associates of RE/MAX Peak to Peak, Syntrinsic Investment Counsel, GS Homes, Edward Jones, Grand Mountain Bank, Carver Schwarz McNab Kamper & Forbes, Day & Associates, Michelle & John Cowardin, Matheson Ranch, Allan Beezley P.C., Grand Environmental Services, Blue Valley Ranch, Blue Sky Massage, Mountain Parks Electric, Roger & Michele Hedlund and Power to the People Electric.
We are truly grateful to be part of such an outstanding and supportive community. We hope to see everyone next year!
Interim Executive Director
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