Mountainfilm a success
Dear Editor:Mountainfilm was a success! I would like to thank all of the Roaring Fork Valley residents who attended Telluride Mountainfilm on Tour Feb. 11 and 12 at the Colorado Rocky Mountain School Barn. Thanks to our sponsors and local contributors, the cost of the films and advertising was completely underwritten. This meant that 100 percent of the ticket proceeds and concession sales – more than $6,000 – went directly to benefit the CRMS outdoor program. Mountainfilm sponsors and local contributors include: Alpine Bank, the Aspen Thrift Shop, Climbing magazine, Copy Copy, Amore Realty, Maggie McVoy, KSPN/KFNO, Ed and Rae Anderson, Sherri Draper, The Pour House, The Village Smithy, Red Rock Diner, Ace Hardware, Russets and Schmueser Gordon Meyer.Mountainfilm would not be possible without all of the help of the CRMS staff and parents who value both CRMS and Mountainfilm’s importance in the Carbondale community. I would also like to thank all the local papers and radio stations for their news coverage, which led to a full house on Friday night and a sell-out for Saturday night’s films. Thank you, Roaring Fork Valley! We hope to see you at the sixth annual Telluride Mountainfilm on Tour next winter.Michelle WilliamsCRMS Special EventsCoordinator/Parent Liaison
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