GrassRoots airs thanks
Dear Editor:On Monday, Crystal River Meats hosted the Free Range Open golf tournament to benefit GrassRoots Community TV at the Roaring Fork Club Golf Course. It was a spectacular day for golf. Everyone had a great time. We’d like to thank everyone who participated in making this tournament a success. The Free Range Open helped raise critically needed funds to help GrassRoots Community TV continue operation through the end of the year. GrassRoots continues to see heavy use of community facilities, helping 135 local nonprofits and hundreds of citizens produce important, locally relevant television programming. With so much use, the financial support from the following individuals and local businesses is essential to GrassRoots’ continued service to the entire community.A big thanks to our sponsors: Crystal River Meats, Elk Mountain Motors, Aspen Art Museum, Aspen Daily News, Bank of Colorado, Bishop Plumbing & Heating, Car to Go, Colorado Urgent Care, Devlin Financial, Flying Dog Brewery, Frias Properties, iPro Center, KSPN and KNFO, The Grow Store, Allen, Wertz & Feldman Law Firm and Timberline Bank.Thanks to the great Roaring Fork Club staff: Greg Bryan, Harry Tanner, Vessy Mihaylova, Stephanie Averial, Whitney Deluca, and the rest of the Roaring Fork Valley’s premier golf club’s professional staff who made this fundraiser a perfect experience for all. Thanks to our prize donors: Ace Hardware, Aspen Tan, Aspen Bike Rental & Stapleton Sports, Auto Zone, Bad Billy’s, Big Wrap, Cantina, Catherine Store Wine and Spirits, Clark’s Market, Dairy Queen, Dos Gringos, Heidi’s Brooklyn Deli, Hotel Colorado, Hotel Denver, Jour de Fete, Ramada Inn & Suites, Sabra’s Deli, Sunlight Ski & Bike shop and Taster’s PizzaThis was a great event; we’re already looking forward to next year’s tournament! Thank you all for supporting GrassRoots Community TV and its goal to strengthen our community by providing an open channel of communication for all our residents and organizations.Ellen WinterGrassRoots TV
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