Thanking all for the joy
Dear Editor:The Basalt Band Boosters would like to thank the following people and organizations for their generous support of the fourth Annual “For the Joy of Music” dinner and silent auction fundraiser held Feb. 10 at the Basalt Middle School: Atlas Pizza, Bagel Bites, Bella Mia, Bistro Basalt, Capitol Deli, Catherine’s Bread, City Market, Clark’s Market, Dogwood Grill, El Horizonte, Epicurious, Grace Church, In & Out House, Primavera, Redstone Pizza, Riverside Grill, Subway, Timbo’s, Two Rivers Café, Val’s Gourmet and Weinerstube.Silent auction items and gifts were provided by: A Great Find, Alpine Bank, Aspen Glen Club, Aspen Golf Course, Aspen Music Festival, Aspen Skiing Company, Basalt Clinic Pharmacy, Basalt Security, Beady DD, Betsy Bingham-Johns, Bettina Strecher, Bill Parrish Productions, Blue Creek Grill, Breakfast in America, Bucky’s, Carter Budwell, Chad Allen Clothing, Chris Bank, Coffee Cupboard, Craig Heydenberk, Deborah Barnekow, Design Audio/Video, Earthbeat Choir/KC Johnson, El Jebowl, Every Thing Casual, Express Yourself, Foreign Accents, Gerdin Family, Golddigger’s, Harrington Real Estate Company, Herschel Ross DDS, High Country Electric, High Tone Automotive and Tire, Ho Palace, Hot Mama’s, Hyrup Feed, Ironbridge Golf Club, Jerry Gasau, Joan Knab, Krabloonik Restaurant, Leslie Newberry, Lynne Diekmann at Care II Salon, Mark Gray, Midland Avenue Depot, Midland Clothing, Midland Shoe, Moni’s Fine European Imports, Mountain Doo Hair Salon, Mountain Soles, Prima Plant Services, Rosemary Ranck, Roaring Fork Real Estate Company, Sally’s Mane Station, Short Sport, Susan’s Flowers and Gifts, Taylor Seelbinder, The Gym of Basalt, Town of Basalt, Two Leaves and a Bud, US Bank, Valerie Wahlstrom, and Walt Smith Trio.Thank you to John Bryan and Joan Knab for all the hours they spend with the band students. Thank you to all the many parents, students, and volunteers whose names are not mentioned and I am sorry if I have inadvertently left anyone out!Valerie WahlstromBasalt Band BoostersBlue Lake
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The Wheeler Opera House will remain dark into 2021, with current COVID-19 public health orders in place. Meanwhile, the masonry work on the exterior of the building will continue into July.