Letter: Special Olympics thanks
With the state competitions for the Special Olympics Winter Sports recently held, one final Sunday on the mountain for a fun ski completed our Winter Program. Ten of our local athletes participated in the ski and snow shoe competitions. Everyone had a wonderful time and all did very well judging by the big smiles and medals clinking around their necks! Thank you Rob Katz and Vail Resorts for your generous support for our athletes and programs. Thank you Mia Stockdale and Shane Sluder for giving our snowshoe athletes such a wonderful place to practice. Thank you to a very special friend to us Kara Heide for all you do for us to make the ski and snow shoe practices possible.Thank you Vail Daily, KZYR and KSKE for getting the word out and helping us connect with these incredible guys and gals. They are the reason these programs can happen , with the time, training, and encouragement they give our athletes! Thank all of you so much! Kevin Brubeck, Paul Curnutte, Kathy Mikolasy, Jodi Nagle, Annie Hutchinson, Valerie Weber, Robin Wolnik, Sondra Slappey, Alicia Quinn, Sudi Sloan, Karen Evans, Karen Anderson, Ian Craig, Josie Tuthill, Leanna Kith, Joe Kelso, Margaret Finestone, Marrit Zoll, Kelsey Dunaway!. We have a truly generous and caring community, and appreciate the support given to our sport training programs by these wonderful businesses and people. Thank you all so much!: A.E.Betteridge, Kitchen Collage & Linens, Avalon Clothing, Minturn Country Club, Venture Sport, Ace Hardware, Markos, Ristorante Ti Amo, Chili Willys, Paddys Sports Bar & Grill, Linen Kist, The Saloon, Any Occasion, Fiestas, Columbine Bakery, Mountain Man Nut & Fruit Co., Pazzos, Box Office Video, The Kitchen & Linen Source, Pastatively, E/Town, Bliss Studio, Mindy Feldman, David Henzlik
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