Thanks for the support
My name is Tim Klintworth, and many of you may have seen me in Silverthorne and in Frisco collecting money for the firefighters. Well, thanks to all of you who threw money in my boot, I was able to collect $901.84. I took the money to City Market and bought Gatorade and a few power bars. City Market was nice and gave me two for one on the Gatorades and discounted prices on Powerbars.
So I wanted to say thank you to Margie at City Market for doubling my donations, to Rashelle at City Market for loading them into my mom’s truck, to Jamie Banzhaf at Alpine bank for sorting all my coins and dollars, to the firefighters at Lake Dillon Fire Dept. for the boot and their support, to Murray at High Country radio station for the broadcasts, Summit Daily for the photo, to Silverthorne for letting me stand on the corners, and to the police department for watching out for me. I really want to thank my mom and Mike for supporting me and taking me down to Lake George with 95 cases of Gatorade. ( I was able to have dinner with the firefighters and get a tour of the camp). And thank you to all who gave money.
Thank you and BIG thanks to all the firefighters!
Tim Klintworth, Silverthorne
Thanks To ABATE
I would like to take this opportunity to speak for everyone involved, and benefited by the Lower Blue Fire Protection District thanking District 14 ABATE members for their hard work, and their generous donation to the Lower Blue Fire Protection District. This donation came to us as a result of the June 22 poker run organized to benefit the LBFPD, and Chris “Gonzo” Gonzales, a recovering cancer patient.
ABATE is a motorcycle rights organization, active as well in rider education, and is constantly active in fund-raising activities for worthwhile causes, like Mountain Mentors, the Lower Blue Fire Protection District, and many others. The local District 14 ABATE group is also active with events like the twice-yearly Swan Mountain road clean up.
The Lower Blue Fire Protection District is a volunteer organization that has had it’s ups and downs, and on a dry year like this one, the monetary donation from the ABATE group was greatly appreciated. I think the members of the local District 14 ABATE members should be considered good guys and gals! Thank you ABATE District 14!
Joseph C. Hostetter, Chief LBFPD, member of ABATE D14
Thanks to the Village at Copper
We would like to thank the Village at Copper for the help and support that they have provided, and continue to provide to our organization. Most recently, the Village hosted their annual “Summer Kick Off” party on July 4. This event consisted of live music, plenty of great food and games and prizes for kids. The Village donated all of the proceeds from their ticket sales to our nonprofit organization. We could not provide the many services that we offer to victims and their families without the support of local organizations such as the Village at Copper. It is greatly appreciated.
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