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Letter: Schultz, Thank you for making Gymkhana a success

Thank you for making Gymkhana a success

Bits N’ Spurs wishes to thank everyone that helped make our 2016 Gymkhana’s successful! Our sponsors included: Grand Foundation, Fraser Valley Lion’s Club, Grand County Board of County Commissioners, Kim & Meghan Cameron, Grand Gazette Newspaper, Ellen French/Amanda Hren and family, Winter Park Horseman’s Association, Colburn Vet Clinic, Gertrude Young, Grand Hair Design & Tanning, Joe & Dalene Harthun, Top Knot Engineering, Tony & Tish Krempin, North Forty Storage LLC, Ozzie’s Underground, Ozzie & Julie Martin, Curt & Jane Reed, Colorado Custom Services, Jim & Tracy Frazier, Miller Ranches, John & Tasha Miller, Blue Valley Ranch, Car Quest of Granby, John & Angel DeCicco, ATH Services, Todd & Amanda Hammerlund, Northwest Ranch Supply, Tammi Menhennett, Annie Schultz DVM, Town & Country Insurance, Becky Beason, Elaine Henrekin, Grand Fence, Paul & Deb Menhennett, Duane & Jeannine Jones, Wings Family Hair Care, Susan Wall, Dee Schultz, Bruchez Family, Schultz Family, Perdue Specialties, Todd & Taura Perdue, Jake & Amy Mahon, Murphy’s Irish Pub, Bernie & Chris Murphy, Tracy Lemon, Helen Royal, Shirl Rogers, Needle’s Eye Embroidery, Carolyn Caskey, and Travis Hoesli Family. The 2016 Mini Age Group Saddle was generously donated by Knipp’s Welding & Fabrication, Sheri/Kelly Palmer and Stetson/Thor Sebados; a saddle provided the Mini’s something to strive for this year! We appreciate all the volunteers in both arenas, Jim Higginbotham for always working the gate, the use of personal four wheelers to drag the arena, help in the crow’s nest, Shawn & Sami Lechman, Pat Pryor, Chris Baer and Grand County Road & Bridge for arena maintenance, and many more that we’ve missed acknowledging. It truly takes a community to keep the Summer Series running! Thanks again for a great 2016 Summer Series.

Audrey Schultz

Bits N’ Spurs

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