Granby Play Days thanks community for support
To the Editor:
Granby Play Days Preschool would like to thank all the families, community members, and businesses that attended and supported the school’s April 30th Fundraiser. Thanks, especially, to Brickhouse 40 for hosting the dinner and silent auction and for providing great live entertainment.
We’d also like to thank all the individuals and businesses that generously donated cash or items for the silent auction: Granby Ace Hardware, Aley Bair Home Furnishing, Alpine Lumber, Becky Allison Pampered Chef, Brooks Veterinary Clinic, C Lazy U Ranch, Candy Holley, The Candy Lady, Carquest, Carrie McManigal, City Market, Duddleson Electric, El Pacifico, Fraser Medical, Gambles, Gene Metz, Granby Dental, Granby Ranch, Granby Resource, Grand Mountain Bank, Grand Roots Project, Heidi Gardner, High Country Trails, Holly Moore, Hot Sulphur Springs Resort, Jen Cox, Joyous Skin, Julie Faulkner, Karen Frasier, Lina’s Pizza, Mad Munchies, Maureen Wegner, Maverick’s, McDonald’s Granby, Middle Park Medical Center, MidTown Cafe, Mountain Life Fitness, Mountain Parks Electric, Mountain Sailor Natural Products, Nettie Dugwyler, Neversummer, Old Time Feed ’n’ Things, Pamela Jensen RMT, Pawmazing, Pearl Dragon, Power World, R&J Liquors, Sagebrush, Sarah Chabot Massage, Shadow Mountain Ranch, Shear Design, Sheila Bailey Real Estate, Snow Mountain Ranch YMCA, Soggy Doggy, Spirit Lake Traders, Spritis N Things, The Stalk Market, Stand Firm Cross Fit, Subway, Tania Lange, Trail Photography, US Bank, Whatever Floats Your Boat, and Winter Park Optical.
Granby Play Days Preschool Staff, Board and Students
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