Vail Daily letter: Fulford Night thanks
The Eagle County Historical Society’s “Fulford Night at the Museum” event was one of our most successful fund-raising efforts. Over 100 people turned out to learn a bit of Eagle County mining history. Actor Randy Olin’s portrayal of the ill-fated miner, Arthur Fulford, added some fun to the evening, as did Bill Lee, who portrayed an 1890s miner and brought along his burro. Author Rich Perske did an excellent job sharing the facts about Fulford.
Special thanks go to our sponsors, including Custom House Construction Corporation, Riverwalk Wine & Spirits, Batson’s Corner (the Eagle Pharmacy), Performance Automotive Center, Everyday Outfitters, John Buchholz, Petals of Provence, Eagle Valley Dental, Beverly and Don Barnes, Castle Peak Veterinarian and Bonfire Brewing. Special thanks also to KZYR radio and the Vail Daily for their generosity in publicizing our event.
President, Eagle County Historical Society
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