Saloon Night a hit
I would like to thank everyone for their hard work and dedication to making our first Saloon Night Fundraiser a success.
Thank you to our table sponsors: Community Bank of Basalt, Isberian Rug Co., Roaring Fork Land Co. and Chase Manhattan. Thank you to our food and band sponsor: The town of Basalt.
Thank you to our ad sponsors: Bank of Colorado and Brad Elliott Architect. Rick and his staff at Two River’s Cafe did a great job with the food and drink, and the bartenders and waitress did an outstanding job. Thanks to the Roaring Fork Golf Club, All Us Ladies, Sally’s Mane Station, Basalt Recreation and the Shenondoah Inn for donating such wonderful prizes. Thanks to KDNK, KMTS, KSPN, The Aspen Times, The Valley Journal, Access Roaring Fork and the Glenwood Post for getting the word out for us.
I would also like to thank Great Divide Music Store and Alpine Bank for selling tickets. A special thank you to all the folks who attended. A very big thanks goes out to Marcus Morton of Marcus Morton Productions and his dealers for providing us with great casino games and to The Doug and Tracy McLain band who kept the evening lively with their great music.
Another big thanks to the Lion’s Club for helping with the prize raffle and to Fiji Water for their donation.
We will swing open the Saloon Doors next year with a more expanded event to include Saloon Days as well as Saloon Night.
Diana C. Cordova Elliott
Basalt Regional Heritage Society
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