Concert brings out our good side |

Concert brings out our good side

Thank you to all who supported the Christmas Carols Benefit Concert Thanksgiving weekend. What a wonderful way to begin the holiday season!

Significant support was raised. Our community came together in joyful song. We all had the opportunity to share the angels of our better nature. Special thanks to all the fine musicians whose contributions of talent and time made the benefit concert possible.

The response was so positive, that we plan for this to be the first of annual Christmas Carols Benefits. Look for announcements next November about next year’s concert and sing-along. Merry Christmas to all and God bless Marla and Luke.

Kirk Jones

Glenwood Springs

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