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Thank yous

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Mud Ride a successBristlecone Health Services, Inc., would like to recognize the hard work and dedication of all the organizers, volunteers, donors and riders that participated in the success of the 2nd annual Mud Ride fundraiser this past May.Thank you to the town of Breckenridge and the Breckenridge Recreation Center for again sponsoring this fun event. Organizers Andrea Groth and Nancy Cuellar did an excellent job of gathering sponsors and coordinating logistics, and we greatly appreciate their enthusiasm and good hearts.The following businesses and individuals deserve our thanks and our patronage: Abbey’s Coffee, Nancy and Gary Carlston, City Market, D&L Printing, Bob and Judy Girvin, Goods, Great Adventure Sports Center, Healing Hands Massage, KSMT, Laser Graphics, Above All Massage, Re/Max, Safeway, Spin, Creative Studio, Star Trac, Target and Tom Girl.Thank you to all the spin bike participants that gave up their time on a Saturday to sweat for a good cause.Bristlecone Health Services is dedicated to providing home health and hospice care to all members of our community regardless of ability to pay. It is only with the financial assistance of a caring community that we can continue our mission. Thank you all so much.Bristlecone Health Services, Inc.$7,000 raised at canine eventsA big round of “Ap-paws” goes out to all of our happy participants, great volunteers and generous sponsors for the League for Animals and People of the Summit’s 13th annual K-9 4K event Aug. 2.We raised around $7,000 for all the needy pets within our community.Thank you Community First Mortgage, Community First Banks of Breckenridge and Frisco, Alpine Veterinary Practice, Frisco Animal Hospital, Pete and Linda Kay Peterson, Innova/California Natural Pet Foods, KSMT, Krystal 93, Ten Mile Dental, Wildernest Property Management, Gold Mine Real Estate, Keystone Mortgage Co., Team Managers, Crystal Clear Auto Glass, Breckenridge Animal Clinic, Real Estate of the Summit, Breckenridge BARKery, Pinyon Mortgage, Dr. John Warner, The Barnyard, Cloud Star, Eukanuba, Eagle Pack, Abbey’s Coffee, Paws & Claws, For Your Paws Only, Red Aspen Design, Dr. Roy Million, Intuitive Advantage, Breckenridge Hat Co., Safeway, Walmart, City Market, The Moose Jaw, Ti Amo, Custom Eyes, Recycle Ski & Sport, BigHorn Materials, LazerOni’s Pizza, The Backcountry Brewery, All Seasons Sports, High Country Designs, Summerays Salon, Meg Jimenez, Alpine Natural Foods, Hotel Frisco, OldMother Hubbard, Buffalo Mt. Gallery, Curves, Budget Records and Tapes, Ruby Tuesday, Q4U, Kentucky Fried Chicken, Sky Bleu Cafe, Canine Hardware,High Country Radio, Daylight Donuts, WiggleSnacks, The Outback Steakhouse and the town of Frisco.Thank you volunteers Verna Pottle, Jim and Maggie Cox, Woody and Janet Bowers, Lori Adams, Sherrie Caldwell, Elaine Million, Theresa Rust, Doug Cote, Ed Anderson, Virginia Carpenter, Susan O’Brien, Joe & Judy Evans, Colleen Richmond, Bonnie Ackerman, Lorissa Argorcy, Jamie Farfone, Steph Decker, Dave and Suzie VerSchure,Bruce and SallyBeerup, Morgan, Amy and Chris Courtney, Roberta and Taeler McCrerey, Barb Cole, K.J. Hooyman, Carolyn Lamar, Kathy Hartley, Det. Glen Johnson, Tenah Johnson, Christy Darling and Amy Hildenbrandt.League for Animals and PeopleRummage sale a great helpMay I take this way to thank the many local residents who helped raise more than $15,000 for the Timberline Adult Day Services at the recent Summit County Senior Citizens rummage sale.The funds will enable Timberline to serve more elderly clients who need constant care and allow their relatives time for work or relaxation. More than 100 seniors put in nearly 2,000 hours sorting and selling the goods donated by dozens of charitable people.Many local businesses donated goods or services. Food was provided for the workers by the Frisco Safeway, Boatyard Pizzaria and Grill, McDonalds in Silverthorne, Frisco KFC, Pika Bagel Cafe and Bakery,Frisco Subway, the Target store in Silverthorne, Dillon CityMarket, Hearthstone Victorian Dining and Frisco Taco Bell. Gart Sports in Dillonand Great Outdoors in Silverthorne loaned most of the clothes racks used to display the sale items.Jim and Louise Burney donated an SUV which was auctioned during the sale. Center Director Beth Koran and Seniors Coordinator Carol Rickauer put in many unpaid overtime hours and assisted in countless ways.Louise Carter solicited the food donations and many others helped in untold ways. To all these people, those named and those maybe inadvertantly overlooked, I am deeply grateful. The success of the event was due especially to your help.Gale GarrettRummage Sale ChairThanks for the compassionOur best friend, who was always there for us for 16 years, has left us.Recently, my wife called me to tell me that our dog Buddy was thrashing around in his bed. I rushed to him and freaked out because he was a very active border collie and because of that fact could not understand what was going on.Our wonderful vets are next door to us, so I ran across the lot to ask for help.The Breckenridge Animal Clinic and staff left their office to come and help us take Buddy to the clinic. Buddy did not make it but will be part of us for the rest of our lives.With great compassion and help from the Breckenridge Animal Clinic Staff, we someday may be over our sorrow.We will never forget what they did for us and Buddy.Craig and Pamela BarberBreckenridge

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