Letter: Morrow, Thank you for making the yard sale successful,
Thank you for making the yard sale successful,
Over the weekend Grand County Builders Association hosted our Second Annual Building Supply Yard Sale. Grand County Builders Association is an advocate for the building industry. We are a collective voice to be heard in the political arena, a voice in the environmental area and most importantly, a voice in our community. Our goal with this event was to raise enough money to help support our local organization with education, training and programs that support our mission. The yard sale raised $3030.18; all the proceeds that were made will help the Grand County Builders Association with our education goals through the year.
Over the last two months we have been collecting donated new building supplies to support our yard sale. I wanted to personally thank everyone that made our yard sale successful. Alpine Lumber in Granby was generous to allow us to use their space to hold the yard sale, thank you to all of your employees who helped our customers load material and volunteered. Millers Storage of Tabernash for your assistance of the storage container, The Trash Company of Granby for your donation of the trash bin that we used, Rocky Mountain Spray Foam of Tabernash for being the Food Sponsor and providing breakfast for all of our volunteers as well as the lunch items. Maple Street Builders of Hot Sulphur Springs & Mountain Top Builders of Tabernash for providing coffee for all of our volunteers. Thank you to the Grand County Builders Association Board and current members, your continued support and help of this event made it go smoothly and successful. Also want to thank everyone who donated items over the last few months, we truly appreciate your support. I am truly honored that we live in such a caring supporting community. It is such an inspiration to see how Grand County helps out our neighbors and comes together to support nonprofit organizations. Thank you again to everyone who stopped in on Saturday and supported us. We look forward to holding this event again in 2017 and if you have any questions please give me a call or send me an email.
GCBA Executive Director
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