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A sincere thank you

Rebecca Johnsonschool resource officerSummit County Sheriff's Office

I believe one forgets to say a simple, sincere thank you to those who have lent them a hand, done them a favor, truly gone out of their way or gone above and beyond anyone’s expectations – especially when they really didn’t have to. We have all heard the people who step forward to give of themselves or their time say, “Don’t worry about it” or “It’s no big deal” or “You don’t have to thank me,” – but I think we do each and every time. I don’t know that there is anything that I can give back to this community in return for its constant generosity, support and assistance to our programs that assist the youth of our community, except to offer this sincere, public thank you and to continue to diligently and passionately fulfill my obligations to my community, and your children on a daily basis. In addition, I would like the citizens and visitors of Summit County to know how much the following businesses/ organizations really give back to the community – and to our children. The Summit County Sheriff’s Office thanks the following for their gracious contributions to the school resource officer program, D.A.R.E, KID PRINT and TRAK IT programs, and juvenile activities of the Summit County Sheriff’s Office. Working together, I know we are making a difference for the youth of Summit County: Downstairs At Eric’s, Fatty’s Pizzeria, Windy City Pizza, Dominos, Ti Amo, Wal-Mart, Food Kingdom, Subway (Frisco), City Market (Breck/Dillon), the 5th Judicial District, Dr. John Warner DDS, Keystone Resort/Keystone Transportation, Keystone Symposium, Summit School District, Colorado Rockies and the Colorado National Guard’s Counter Drug Team. A special, timely thank you goes to Fatty’s Pizzeria and Vail Resorts for their recent donations to the Sheriff’s Office of $1,500 each for the purchase of 750 soccer balls, and Wal-Mart for giving us a great price on them – all of which were handed out to our county’s kids at the 2005 Safe Summer Safety Fair in Silverthorne on May 21.

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