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Thanks to Volunteers of America Editor: The Volunteers of America are responsible for making the delicious spaghetti dinner fund-raiser for Project Support Senior Center. In particular, Cindy …
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Thanks to Volunteers of America
The Volunteers of America are responsible for making the delicious spaghetti dinner fund-raiser for Project Support Senior Center. In particular, Cindy Sterner, Eve Godzak and her two granddaughters and husband Tony, Kris Stenneman. As well as Project Support volunteers Frances Craft, Angie Mora, Ginger Camp, Joseph Meixner, Kayla Jacobs, Robert Meixner, Robert Welch, Georgie Francois, Bill Macy and Dee Munchiando for the delicious sausage, all of whom volunteered their precious time and energies in making the dinner a success. Many thanks to all.
More thanks to our ever present Roger White and Koko Turner for doing the popular garage sales to help support Project Support. Again thank you!
director, Project Support
Thank you, Sylvia Brockner
I would like to thank Sylvia Brockner for her informative articles in the Courant, which I look forward to. She helps us pay close attention to the bounty of our natural world around us.
Her Spring Bud article would be great fun for Carlson/G-town kids to experiment with.
Mrs. Brockner includes illustrations for easy visual clarification, much like John Audubon.
Every issue harkens back to a time before cell phones, texting or the Internet. A time of patience, wonder … and grace. Thank you, Sylvia Brockner!
Thanks for help with Dental Day
The Georgetown Community School had a Dental Day on Feb. 5. I’m writing to thank all of those involved for helping to expand the dental knowledge of our children.
I cannot overemphasize the importance of introducing young children to healthy dental practices and positive experiences. Many of us remember meeting a dentist for the first time in our familiar school settings as young children. These experiences help us to confidently seek dental treatment in the future and teach us about the importance of good dental health.
I would like to thank the parents of the children and GCS for allowing dental health into the children’s curriculum. Special thanks to Dr. Brianne Pyszka and Dr. Robert Henry of All Kids Dental of Evergreen for volunteering their time and sending the kids home with goodie bags. Thank you also to principal Rick Winter, Donna Rotello, Give Kids a Smile, and the Colorado Dental Association.
GCS Dental Day coordinator
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