Letter of thanks: Bits N’ Spurs
To the Editor:
Bits N’ Spurs wishes to thank all contestants, volunteers and sponsors that made our 2013 Gymkhanas so successful! With such an increase in participants, we could not have done what we did without acknowledging the kindness of: Grand Foundation, Lion’s Club Foundation of Fraser Valley, Blue Valley Ranch, Todd & Amanda Hammerlund, ATH Specialties, Duane & Jeannine Jones, Sheridan Myer & Family, The Auger Family, Jere Finley, Carquest Parts & Equipment, The Harthun Family, Grand Hair Design & Tanning, Elaine Henrekin, Indian Creek Leather Company, The Martin Family, Ozzie’s Underground, Curt & Jane Reed, Troublesome Horse Rescue, Sue Pratt, The Lechman Family, Grand Appraisal Service, Markey/Hren/French families, Mountain Parks Electric, High Country Stampede & Winter Park Horseman’s Association, Helen Royal, Top Knot Engineering, Tish & Tony Krempin, Rocky Mountain Scents by Dalene, Jim Higginbotham, The DeSanti Family, Grand County Road & Bridge, Grand County Board of County Commissioners, Lurline Underbrink Curran, Murphy’s Irish Pub, Todd & Taura Perdue, The Cameron/Colburn/Lewis families, John & Angel DeCicco, MJ Skelly & Lily, Bixby Daugherty, John & Tasha Miller, Mari Miller, Perdue Specialties, Rick & Amanda Wahl, Gertrude & Rob Young Family, Glenna Hill, Dee Schultz, Bernie, Chris & Jacey Murphy, Caroline Smith, Travis Hoelesi, Caitlyn Taussig, Pat Pryor, Kim Cameron & The Grand Gazette, Byron Hetzler & Sky Hi News staff 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! We apologize if we forgot to thank anyone, all of the support we received is appreciated!
Kremmling Bits N’ Spurs Gymkhanas
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