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Letter of Thanks: Bits N’ Spurs

Bits N’ Spurs thanks contestants, volunteers and sponsors

Bits N’ Spurs wishes to thank all contestants, volunteers and sponsors that made our 2015 Gymkhanas so successful! With such an increase in participants, we could not have done what we did without acknowledging the kindness of: Grand Gazette, Grand Foundation, Fraser Valley Lion’s Club, Blue Valley Ranch, French/Markey/Hren Families, Susan Wall, Tasha & John Miller, Dee Schultz, ATH Specialties- Todd & Amanda Hammerlund, Jere Finley, Northwest Ranch Supply, Grand County Board of County Commissioners, former County Manager Lurline Underbrink Curran, Winter Park Horseman’s Association/High Country Stampede Rodeo, Anne Auger, Kittie & Joe Docheff, Dave & Sarah Miller, Colorado Custom Services- Jim & Tracy Frazier, Curt & Jane Reed, Perdue Specialties- Todd & Taura Perdue, Ozzie’s Underground + Julie & Ozzie Martin Family, CarQuest Parts & Equipment- John & Angel DeCicco, Helen Royal, Elaine Henrekin, Cameron Family, Annie Schultz DVM, Colorado River Ranch & Gravel Pit- Carol Peterson, Jake & Amy Mahon, Jeannine Jones, Top Knot Engineering- Tish & Tony Krempin, Grand Hair Design- Dalene & Joe Harthun, Shirl Rogers, Gert Young & Rob Young families, North Forty Storage- Dick & Mary Pat Himes, Murphy’s Irish Pub- Bernie & Chris Murphy, Windstorm Ranch, Pat Pryor and all of the parents, families and friends who worked the gates, announcing, ribbons and results, setting up equipment and ensuring the safety of so many kids!

Audrey Schultz



Kremmling


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