Letter: Lokteff, Thank you vendor and participants for children’s fair
Thank you vendor and participants for children’s fair
Grand Beginnings would like to send a big thank you to all of the vendors and participants who helped make our 15th Annual Children’s Fair a huge success! We had over 400 children and families attend and enjoy tons of great STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) activities provided by 30 different community vendors. We wanted to give a special thank you to Middle Park Medical Center for the amazing Teddy Bear Clinic! The children loved getting to explore the various jobs in the hospital! We also wanted to thank West Grand High School Robotics Club for once again amazing everyone with their robotic creations and 3-D Printer. The student’s creations were amazing but it was the students themselves that did a fantastic job teaching all of the young children and their parents about their robots and the technology they used! Thank you to Mountain Family Center for providing healthy snacks. We also really appreciate Ear2Ear Photo Booth for providing free photos to children and their families. And finally, Grand Beginnings would like to give an especially big thank you to the staff and faculty at Granby Elementary School for providing the space and support for the Children’s Fair. Without them we would not be able to provide this event for Grand County’s children! And thank you to all of the vendors including:
Grand County EMS , Mountain Parks Electric, Rocky Mountain National Park, Girl Scouts of Colorado, Horizons, Grand County Library District, Grand County Rural Health, Grand County Public Health, Winter Park Christian School, The Pregnancy Resource Connection, Grand Futures Prevention Coalition, Snow Mountain Ranch YMCA, Grand County Extension 4-H, Little Sprouts Learning Center, Eternal Hills Church, Granby Playdays, Fraser Creative Learning Center, Indian Peaks Charter School, Grand County Water Information Network, Grand Fire Protection District 1, Fraser Valley Lions Club, CASA, Advocates, and Winter Park Resort.
We look forward to seeing everyone next year as this wonderful Grand County tradition continues!
Maegan Lokteff, PhD
Executive Director, Grand Beginnings
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