Mountain Mentors, A.R.B.Y. thanks sponsors of haunted house |

Mountain Mentors, A.R.B.Y. thanks sponsors of haunted house


On behalf of Mountain Mentors and the A.R.B.Y. (Activities Run By Youth) program, we would like to express our heartfelt thanks to the sponsors that made the 2010 Haunted House in Frisco possible. As a result of the generous contributions from our sponsors, the Haunted House had the largest turnout to date! This money goes to help fund the Mountain Mentors A.R.B.Y. program. The A.R.B.Y program provides job skills and work experiences for the teens in our community.Sponsors: Ebert Santos, Tuscatos, The Lost Cajun, Tuso Development & Management, Alpine Bank, Jonny-G’s, High Country Designs, Stuhr & Associ., The Balance Sheet, High Country Activities, Buyer’s Resource, Prost, Alpine Accents, Insurance of the Rockies, Rob Nelson State FarmThese sponsors helped to provide a safe, fun, drug and alcohol free event for our teens during the week of Halloween.A very special thank you to Cindy at Butterhorn Bakery for making a generous contribution to the program and Brian Anderson and his non-profit Footprints Adventures for contributing hours and hours of time, energy and passion. To learn more about Footprints Adventures please check out

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