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Letter: A great basketball season

The 2015 Instructional Basketball League season is winding down, and Basalt Recreation would like to send a thank-you to all the people who made this a fun and successful season. Our coaches make the season special for all the players by making the game fun and teaching fundamentals and awesome sportsmanship. It is a pleasure to work with these talented individuals. Thank you to Scott Garcia, Steve Clettenberg, Broc Brown, Ryan Beckman, Doug Olson, Robert Peters, Luis Yllanes, Peter Dolan, Mike Geiser, Jake Wirkler, Ryan Mylott, Tim Bauer, Debbie Reardon, Karen Baxter, Gregg Adams, Ben Allen, Patrick Barill, Rulbe Alvarado, Martin Alvarado, Bree Lindsey, Bob Daniel, Mitch Levy and Garrett Reuss. Thank you to all our fantastic referees. Thank you to the parents who attended the games and cheered on the teams. Thank you to our sponsors for your continued support. Thank you to the other valley recreation departments for your help in making this a great season. Finally, thank you to all our young players who made this a fun season to be in the gymnasiums watching your dedication to the sport, to the team and to your coaches.

Dorothy Howard

Basalt Recreation Department

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