Wild West MS Walkabout thanks contributors
The 3rd annual Wild West MS Walkabout 3-day 50-mile, walk in August 2007 has released the final amount raised to help those with Multiple Sclerosis – $115,000! Included in this amount was from the auction here in Summit County held at Mi Casa in June that raised over $7,000. I would like to thank the following businesses and people who contributed items to the auction:One year donors: Better Business Bureau Mountain States, Black Diamond Video, Borders, Breckenridge Bead Gallery, Earth Song Creations (BV), Elk Mountain Trading, Eric Chapin, Frosch Family (Florida), Golden Touch Massage, Great Clips, Hanes Outlet, Jill Zachary Studio, Kristina Gold Jewelry, Liberty Blue, Luna’s Beads, Mt Elbert Lodge (Twin Lakes), Mountain Man Nut & Fruit, Publix Super Markets (Florida), Quandary Grill, Red Mountain Grill, Salt Creek, South Ridge Street Grill, Summit Huts, The Boatyard, Vitamin Cottage and Wildcat Tours.Two year donors: Adam’s Studio, Allaire Timbers, Bay Street, Black Cat Inn (Twin Lakes), Blue Sage Spa, Breckenridge Outfitters, Carlos Miguel’s, Carvers, Colorado Rocky Ballooning, Dalandz of Colorado, Designs for Time, Health Massage Center, Huneck Gallery, Kodi Rafting, M J Farrell (California), Milagros, Mountain River Naturopathy, Twin Lakes Nordic Lodge, Photoshop, Raindrops on Roses, Ready Paint Fire, Ruby Tuesday, tarbucks of Dillon, Summit County Chamber, Summit Daily News and Wild Cat Tours.Three year donors: Abbey’s Coffee, Arapahoe Café, Bed, Bath & Beyond, Big City Blues, Bob Bloch Portraits, Breckenridge Animal Clinic, Breckenridge Rec Center, Bubba Gump Restaurant, Chopping Block, City Market, Creatures Great & Small, Cross Country Crafts, Dillon Dam Brewery, Dr Curtis Slack, Eyes on Breckenridge, Holly’s Pizzazz, Java Jungle, Joy of Sox, Mi Casa Restaurant, Moose Jaw, Morning Star Healing Center, Neils Lunceford Nursery, Outlets at Silverthorne, Prescriptions Alternatives, Sacred Tree, Swan Mountain Christmas, Ti Amos, Timberland, Tom Driemeyer of Keller Williams Realty, Two Wild Sisters, Vera’s Originals and Wildcat Virtual Tours.
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