Vail Daily letter: Thanks for your support
July 25, 2016
The Swift Eagle Charitable Foundation would like to thank everyone for making its ninth annual La Bella Festa Bocce Tournament fundraiser another wonderful success. The tournament day was sunny and beautiful for the 160 participants playing, the Italian dinner served by Gourmet Cowboy was outstanding and everyone enjoyed musical entertainment by Pat Hamilton.
Congratulations to the first place winners: BJ and Garrett Smith and Theresa and Denny Shay; and second place winners, Michel and Maryse Perrigaud and Rod Goldberg and Susie Wendt.
Thank you to all our sponsors including: Parts City Auto Parts, Select Surfaces, Slifer Smith and Frampton, First Bank, Beck Builds, Merv & Laine Lapin, Vail Summit Orthopaedics, All Window & Door Services, David and Pat Haakenson, Centennial Bank, Rex Brown Fine Woodworking, Neff Insurance Agency, Nedbo Construction, High Country Copiers, Alpine Bank, SteamMaster, Dutch Automotive, BJ and Garrett Smith, Maximum Comfort, Gourmet Cowboy, EPS Design and Print, Beaver Liquors, Eagle-Vail Metro District, Eco Landscaping, Orrison Distributors, Ralph Dockery, Ace Hardware, Wal-Mart and Thrivent.
An extra special thanks to the Vail Daily and Mark Bricklin for its outstanding advertising and editorial support — we couldn't do it without you!
The monies raised by the tournament will go towards providing financial assistance to Eagle County residents for living and personal expenses during times of crisis and hardship.
Thank you, everyone!
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