Winter Park: Support for Sadler Benefit greatly appreciated |

Winter Park: Support for Sadler Benefit greatly appreciated

To the Editor:

I want to thank everyone who helped make the Stephanie Sadler Benefit a success. We raised over $10,000.

WhiIe this does not cover all of her medical bills, Stephanie’s mental health was uplifted, and you can’t put a price on that. I am so honored to live in a community where people are generous, caring and willing to help others. Many, many thanks to the following people and businesses that donated time, money and silent auction items:

Fontenot’s, Devils Thumb, JR’s Grill, Wild Horse Gourmet, Showboat Bakery, Jennifer Triplet, Monique Davis, Stacey O’brien, Mary Kay Wray, Kathy Gilbertson, David and Traci Maddox, Richard Thompson, Janet Day, Michele Hedland, Grand Lake Art Gallery, Hernando’s, Carvers, Hot Sulphur Springs Resort, Alpine Physical Therapy, Ann Vondracik, New Hong Kong, Mary Pilbin, Karen Conger, Karin Prescott, Janine Johnson, Maureen Bosshard, Laurie Kramer, Karen Conrad, Eileen Weber, Rick Weber, Kath Anne Weber, Jenny Beltman, Robert Rector, Karen Vance, Highland Lumber, Ski Depot, Christy Sports, Den’s, Winter Park Optical, Adventures in Whitewater, Moonshine Liquor, Irene Cook, Anna Lee, April Thomas, Body Work Day Spa, Bella Vita, Jill Suffin, Mountain Moon Yoga, MaryJo Sumerall, Bill Rittner, Paradise Home Solutions, JVA Inc, Grand Park, Yaniv and Friends, Elizabeth Baum, Subway, Grand Theater, Patty Alander, Randi’s Irish Saloon, John Catt, Carol Horn, Greg Oberg, Timberline Fastener, Creekside Salon, Elisha Pettit, Elizabeth Crowley, Be, Trail Ridge Art Company.

I apologize to anyone I may not have mentioned. Stephanie is currently living in Broomfield undergoing chemo treatments for the next eight months. Please keep her in your thoughts and prayers. If you still want to donate to Stephanie’s cause, there is an account in her name at Grand Mountain Bank in Fraser.

Thank you.

Christina Russell, CMT

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