Crawlin’ to a Cure thanks
September 5, 2013
Thanks for crawlin'
Team Keepin' em Real would like to thank everyone who attended the Crawlin' to a Cure event on Aug. 3.
If you missed it, you missed out on a great time, but you can see many pictures and videos from the event on our Facebook page – Crawlin' To A Cure. If anyone out there has more pictures, please feel free to upload them.
We would like to thank Ron Beard and Jacque Laman for their expertise in announcing and filling the arena with music. We would also like to thank the following Class and Event Sponsors: Collett Enterprises, Alpine Bank, Gypsum NAPA, Western Eagle County Metropolitan Recreation District, Werks Automotive, Glenwood Springs Ford, Zach Carlson, 2 Valley Tire, Superior Drywall, 4 Wheeler 4X4 Center, Hobbs Excavating and Trucking, Integra Motorsports, Sneak Peak, the Eagle Valley Enterprise and the Vail Daily. These types of events depend on volunteers and we are lucky to have so many that help support our cause.
This event could not be possible without the tireless work of Vikki and Stewart Hobbs and all of the crew of Hobbs Excavating and Trucking. Everyone with Team Keepin' em Real can't thank you enough for your work in making the Keepin' em Real Scholarship Fund a reality.
We are still working on the scholarship details but we are proud to say that beginning with the graduating class of 2014, we will be awarding up to $12,000 in scholarships to students who have been impacted by cancer in their family. Many of us know what a financial toll cancer can have on a family, even with insurance, and we want to help as many as we can make their educational dreams a reality.
Thank you again for all of your support and we will see you in 2014 at the next Crawlin' to a Cure event.
Team Keepin' em Real
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