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Giving us a boost

Dear Editor:The Basalt High Booster Club would like to extend a huge thanks to all the businesses and individuals who helped make this year’s Annual Spaghetti Supper such a success. Without their generous donations and time, the event wouldn’t be nearly as popular or successful. We’d like to gratefully thank: Bella Mia, Timbo’s Pizza, Two Rivers Café and City Market for donating and/or helping prepare the food.And, the many parents, especially Leroy Duroux and Bill Toney (our heavy lifters!), who helped setup, cook, serve and clean.The Booster Club will use the proceeds from this event to help support student athletes at Basalt High School. Thanks again!Peggi Rink-Aitken, Lisa Booth,Lizzie Klein and Carol NemiecBasalt

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