Thanks to all who made ISC holiday gala a grand success
To the Editor:It was an elegant evening Saturday, Nov. 24, at Carolines Cuisine to benefit the Grand County Independent Sports Club.Our deepest thank you to those who attended and helped raise more than $15,000 for sports, artistic endeavors and scholastics for the youth of Grand County. Thank you to our sponsors: Grand Mountain Bank, Pancho & Leftys, Dan Fairbanks, Mountain Food Market and Highland Lumber; without whom we could never have put this together.Thank you to the wonderful staff at Carolines for the delicious food and unmatched service. Thank you to 3rd Time Lucky for truly entertaining the crowd and giving us great music for dancing, and to Ed Peterson for your services in getting the highest prices for our auction and making it fun.And, thank you to our contributors for all the beautiful trees, wreaths and unique gift items we auctioned off. Also, our gratitude to Max and Bonnie Basemann for capturing our evening in photos, and to Sharon Peterson, Ja!Thank you too to Ke Svard, Tim Thorpe, Caitlynn Dee, Karinya Turnbull and Brett Summers for keeping the evening running smoothly.The ISC Gala, along with the ISC Golf Tournament and independent contributions from our community, allows us to continue with providing the youth of Grand County an avenue of funds to assist them in reaching their goals and achieving their dreams.Finally, thank you to the ISC members, Mullinex Log Homes, Alpine Masonry & Tile and our husbands for helping with all the little details. It was a grand evening and we look forward to the sixth annual in 2008.Laura Summers and Dee MullinexISC Holiday Gala co-chairs
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