Michelle Snow leaving Granby for Hawaii | SkyHiNews.com

Michelle Snow leaving Granby for Hawaii

Kathy Hulley
Special to the Sky-Hi Daily News
Granby, Colorado

Michele Snow, her husband Andy along with daughters Laurel and Chloe will be leaving our community to relocate to Hawaii.

“People never know how special someone is until they leave, but maybe sometimes its important to leave, so they are given that chance to see how special that someone really is!” That is what Michele’s friends are saying, in an effort to ease the pain of her moving.

Weekdays at the Granby Community Center are about to change. Michele Snow has motivated, pushed, encouraged and loved teaching fitness for the past three years, and her students have loved her in return. For many, it has been an empowering social hour. Friends push each other, and laugh at themselves when their arms start to shake. They keep each other motivated, and realize they can do things they never thought they could do before. Michele and her endless energy have changed the lives of many in Grand County and while it’s nice to take a week off now and then, she will be sorely missed in the long run.

Michele has been instrumental in many community committees and events as well. She is the driving force behind the Granby Design Committee, who is responsible for the recent beautification of downtown Granby. Michele’s has a bachelor’s degree in design and merchandise and a master’s in business, and has used her talents in the implementation of planters, hanging baskets, the events parking lot fence and has moved the committee forward in the design and placement of wayfinding signs. Again, Michele’s endless energy, positive spirit, wide smile and infectious laugh are a force to be reckoned with.

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Michele has contributed to the community in ways too numerous to mention. She has volunteered endlessly in the schools and as a substitute teacher. She has created floral arrangements for weddings and special events. She has added beauty to so many areas of Grand County, both in her external touches and the ways that she touches the souls of people that she meets. Michele will leave our community more beautiful than when she arrived. And she will be missed.

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