Letter: Fegelein, Mountain Masquerade
Mountain Masquerade was a hit
What an AMAZING night Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA had on Feb. 5 at Devil’s Thumb’s High Lonesome Barn during our Mardi Gras Mountain Masquerade! Sponsors and attendees enjoyed Devil’s Thumb cuisine and danced the night away to the live music of The Tent Show Kings. The funds raised on that fantastic night will help train our volunteers to advocate in court for abused and neglected children, and we are truly grateful.
NWRM CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocates) is a volunteer based organization that works closely with the court system in Colorado’s 14th Judicial District to advocate for abused and neglected children to ensure that their basic rights and essential needs are being met, that they are moving quickly toward permanent placement in a safe home, and that they are given a voice in court.
Thank you to all of our generous sponsors: Devil’s Thumb Ranch, Resort & Spa, Centennial Bank, Crooked Creek Saloon & Creekside Eatery, Denver Health, Fraser Valley ACE, Green Butterfly Design, Photography by Helen, Joe & Patricia Markham, Kimberly Foundation, Lois & Ed Adamy, Middle Park Medical, O2 Creative, Rendezvous, Steve & Janie Radcliffe, The Trash Company, Winter Park Resort, Winter Park Station, Amaze ‘n Mazes, Beaver Village Management, Breakthru Beverage, C Lazy U, Chilsoots Constriction, Edward Jones, Fraser Medical Clinic, Debbie & Gary Mandelbaum, Grand Adventures, Grand Mountain Bank, Grand Park/Cornerstone, Haven Premium Goods, Karen Vance, Land Title, Melem, McConnell Printing, Mountain Top Builders, Munn Architecture, Oslo Foundation, Rocky Mountain Spray Foam, Shy Hi Daily News, Snow Mountain Ranch, Terra Firma, The Salon at Winter Park, The Town of Winter Park, Title Company of the Rockies, Town of Fraser, Turner Morris, Winter Park Dental, Fraser Valley Rotary, Winter Park Lodging, Channel 17, Scott & Megan Ledin, Middle Park Glass, Mountain Parks Electric, Real Estate of Winter Park, ReMax Peak to Peak, Town of Granby, Allegian Management, Aley Bair Home Furnishings, Big Valley Constriction, LLC, Cheryl Saul/Red Collar International, Conroy Excavating, Day & Associates, Fraser Valley Chiropractic, Inc., Granby Dental, Indian Peaks Rental, Jackson Plumbing, Kurt D. Neibauer Insurance Agency, Inc./DBA State Farm Insurance, Oskar Blues, Power to the People, The Householder Group, The Roofing Company and Winter Park Frame Werx.
Thank you to our Silent Auction donors: Salty Iguana, Bottle Pass Liquors, Rocky Mountain Moonshine, Elevation Pizza, Goldmine Cupcakes, Michaels Audio, Extreme Cleaning, Tony Halgreen of Crooked Creek Eatery, Fraser Valley Metropolitan Recreation District, Break Thru Distributing, Saint Michele Wine Estates, Murdoch’s Ranch & Home Supply, Remake That, Gary and Debbie Mendelbaum, Granby Ace Hardware, Shanna Ganne, Mountain Mongrel, Kong, Salon at Winter Park, Grand Lake Chocolates, Megan Ledin, Tabernash Tavern, Body Kneads, Case & Elaine Kennedy, Grand County Blues Society, Carver’s Bakery, Girl Scout Troop 1429 and Mary Beth Lagerborg. A big thank you, also, to the students of East Grand School District, for our beautifully decorated masks.
It was a great event and we appreciate all of the volunteers and that hard work you put forth. A big thank you goes out to our amazing event committee: Ann McConnell, Emily Jackson, Jamie Brooks, Jody Mintken, Katie Riemenschneider, Margaret Sonnek, Mikey Gallavan, Nancy Bjerken, Roger Hedlund and Shanna Ganne.
Executive Director, Northwest Rocky Mountain CASA
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