Flight Days thanks
For as long as most of us can remember Eagle has celebrated Eagle Flight Days. It has evolved into many things over the years and that continues today. One thing remains the same, it’s a wonderful community event that brings all ages together to celebrate our small town summer fun in this beautiful place we call home.
It takes a lot of people and entities to pull this off every year and we are very thankful to those of you who give either your time, money, resources or talents to this event. We couldn’t do it with you.
We would like to give a huge thanks to the following businesses and people who made this happen this year:
Eagle Town Board, Eagle Public Works Department, Eagle office staff, Eagle Police Department, Eagle County commissioners, Eagle County Facilities Department, Holy Cross Energy, Kaiser Permanente, Stucco Works, Comerford State Farm Insurance, Slifer Smith and Frampton, Alpine Bank, RH Mechanical, Eagle Ranch Association, Mountain Beverage, Batson’s Corner Pharmacy, Castle Peak Veterinary Clinic, Eagle Valley Enterprise, Vail Daily, Eagle County Fair and Rodeo Royalty, Dane Scriver, Fortune Scriver, Ashley Forsyth, Dominik Scriver, Vickie Olson, Ashlyn Henderson, Bobby Henderson, Shannon Henderson, Jessica Filter Weaver, Jennifer Hefferan, Justine Bukovich, Julie Gieman, Laura Wenninger, Dawn Layton, Beth Swearingen, Kyla Marsh, Nicole Dewell, Lindsay Poff, Eagle Valley High School Booster Club, Bill Douglas, Vern Brock, Marilyn Brock, Blake Martin, Lanie Martin, Garrett Martin, Kylie Martin, Anna Englehart, Janet Jordan, Jay Willoughby, Bianca Valenzuela, Meredith Padilla and Kiah Fricker.
A very special thanks to Mary Lou Yeik, Mark Silverthorne, Maureen Henderson, Sarah Braucht, Jeremy Rietmann, PJ Berg, Lonnie Leto, Amy Cassidy, Angela Haskins and Pam Boyd.
A big thanks to our community for supporting Flight Days by coming out every year to enjoy this weekend with us.
Roxie Deane and Sonja Beasley
Eagle Flight Days Co-Chairman
The storm that blew through the Central Rockies began to clear Tuesday afternoon, just in time for a smaller storm to show up Wednesday and Thursday.