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Quite the post-prom bash

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 after prom party such a success. Without their generous donations and time, the event wouldn’t be nearly as popular or successful. Unfortunately, due to space limitations we cannot list everyone. However, we’d like to specially thank: El Jebowl for allowing the high school continuing use of their facility and for providing free bowling, shoes and music year after year. Aspen Amusement for letting the students play the video games all night long for free. Strikes Restaurant, Paradise Bakery, Clark’s Market and City Market for providing food and drinks. The Eagle County sheriffs, who dropped by the bowling alley several times and who were out on the road watching. And, last but not least, the many, many businesses donors, personal donors, and all the parents who helped chaperon until 2:30 a.m.!Thanks again for making prom 2007 fun and safe for everyone.Basalt High School Booster ClubAfter Prom CommitteeDiana KovachKelly Mullane-Johnson


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