On Oct. 28, the Summit County Elks Lodge and Frisco Elementary School staff partnered to host a benefit breakfast for Trudy Gleiforst. Gleiforst recently retired after 32 years with the Summit School District. Recently, she has faced hard times with medical issues and the funds raised at this breakfast will help offset her medical costs.
At times during the event, it was heartening to witness the standing room only, outpouring of compassion shared by staff, parents, past students and businesses. Gleiforst's gentle, caring, unconditional kindness touched many lives and Sunday's event was indicative of how much she is appreciated.
Please join us in thanking the many businesses and individuals who participated in this event to make it so successful. Our appreciation extends to the Country Boy Mine, Elk Mountain Trading, Summit Eye Center, A Cut Above Forestry, Peppino's Pizza, Pediatric Dental Group, Stork n Bear, Backcountry Herbal Naturopath, Healing Hands Massage, Frisco Bay Marina, Higgles Ice Cream, Mountain Comfort Furnishings, Woodward at Copper, Copper Mountain Resort, Wilderness Sports, Doug Tomlinson Photography, Rivers, Foote's Rest Sweet Shop, Alpine Apothecary, Kathy McKernan/Scentsy Consultant, Breckenridge ice rink, Precision Ski, Noodles N Company, Olivine Hair Studio, Mitchell Theatres, Green n Clean/Harper Family, Susan Lytle/Creative Memories Consultant, Bee Nut Free, ATAFMA Summit County - Taekwondo, Cameez, Vail Resorts, Copy Copy, Tomlinson family, Fausel family, Krasowski family, Wischmeyer family, Stecher family, Fischer family, Snell family, Johnson family, Trowbridge family, Gossen family, Denver Zoo, Wings over the Rockies Air and Space Museum, Colorado Railroad Museum, The Wildlife Experience, Georgetown Loop Railroad, Denver Museum of Nature and Science, Jumpstreet - Littleton, Denver Firefighters Museum and the many volunteers who helped set up, cleanup, and orchestrate the day.
Thank you to all who joined us in thanking Gleiforst for her many years of caring for our children. Kindly,