Letter of thanks: Granby Elementary School Carnival
To the Editor:We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of those businesses and individuals that helped with the Granby Elementary School Carnival. It was a wonderful and successful event because of the wonderful community we live in.We would like to thank Noriyuki & Parker, Mountain Parks Electric, Town of Granby, R & J Liquor, Granby Rotary, Granby Fire Department, Gambles, Paul & Judy Shelter, Safeway, The Consignment Shop, The Candy Lady, Wendy Allison, Grand County Bowling Association, Grand County Auto Parts, Java Lava, Grand County Commissioners, and River Pines Joint Venture for the money they contributed. We would like to also thank the following for candy, children’s books, and pumpkins: Antique Store, Sun Piper, Paul & Judy Shelter, Shadow Mountain Chiropractic, Grand Beginnings, Francie de Vos, Granby Elementary Parents and Staff, Debbie Lorenz, Second Hand Grand, Edward Jones, Canyon Motel, Circle G, Alternative Elevations LLC, Granby Play Days and the Zook Family. We would also like to thank the Granby Medical Center for bags, Car Quest for the helium, Ace Country Hardware for all the stuff, Granby Play Days for running the cake walk and Andrea Verosky for sponsoring the event as Granby Elementary School. We would like to also thank the Fire Department, Greg Kuczkowski and John Weninger for the hands on help with the fire alarm during the event. This truly could not have happened without the help of the volunteers that ran the booths. We are grateful to all of you!We apologize for the tardiness of this heartfelt tribute. Please remember next year is just around the corner and all we will need is time, money or candy to make the event even better. Let us know which you can do! Troop 561 would also like to take this opportunity to thanks Mountain Parks Electric for buying their Christmas Tree. The girls are planning a trip to Wyoming and they are off to a great start. Again what a wonderful community that would help us pull together such an event in not a quite month! You are awesome.Gretchen and CindyGranby Elementary School
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