Taste of Fall sponsors
The Seventh Annual Taste of Fall was the place to be on September 12th. The Inn at SilverCreek proved again to be the perfect venue as participants enjoyed listening to live music while bidding on all the fantastic silent auction items. Music was provided by Gary Key, Kay Irvine, and Matt Brown. Participants were treated to a special guest speaker; Amy Pohl from the Colorado Coalition Against Domestic Violence. The aroma of the fabulous food was only half as good as the food itself – and there was plenty. Knowledgeable vintners and brewers were there explaining about wines and beer- many which were from Colorado! Lots of happy auction goers perused the silent auction and found fabulous deals on donated items from our generous community. Many thanks to our tireless Board Members and Volunteers.
Thank you to:
C Lazy U Ranch, Climax Molybdenum Mine and Mill, James and Lindy Kennedy, Jennifer and John Pierson, Martin Gustafson, Rotary Club of Grand Lake, St. John’s Episcopal Church, The Trash Company, Wells Fargo, Zane Bishop / Bishop Built
Bill and Kate Dussault, Blue Valley Ranch, Centennial Bank, Charles and Nancy Banks, Chelsea Gould, East Grand Fire Fighters Fund, Edward Jones – Jan Knisley, Grand Mountain Bank, Linda and John Cook, Luna Counseling, Michael and Marcia Dybicz, Mountain Parks Electric, Nancy Knoohuizen and Bob Kaslik, O2 Creative, Rich and Sarah Rosene, Rich Devlin and Kim Linin, Roger and Michele Hedlund, Western Riviera Lakeside Lodging
Alpine Sun, Ski and Sport, Always Mountain Time Radio, EK Kitchen and Design, Grand Lake Golf and Nordic, Inn at Silvercreek, Lizbeth Nabhan, McConnell Design and Print, Sky Hi News, Tour of Ice Winter Park, Triple V Designs, Winter Park Resort
B & K Distributing, Grand Lake Brewery, Republic National Distributin
Bistro 28 at Pole Creek, Brickhouse 40, Casa de Mexico, Christina’s Creations, Elevation Pizza, Fotenot’s Seafood and Grill, Maverick’s Grille, Roadhouse Bar & Grill, Sagebrush BBQ & Grill, Sharky’s Eatery, SilverCreek Steakhouse, Wild Horse Catering
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