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Letters

  • Our Readers Write

    Thanks to retailers for supporting Raise the Woof! Gala
    Editor:
    I want to extend a HUGE thank-you to the numerous Evergreen retailers who gave so generously to support the Raise the Woof! Gala to benefit Foothills Animal Shelter.
    Your community spirit and support of the animals were both overwhelmingly positive and humbling. Our event raised $90,000! Thank you, Evergreen!
    PJ Jones
    2012 chair, Raise the Woof! Gala

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    Anti-Obama letters were hypocritical and lacking facts
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    Thanks to People Comforters
    Editor:
    I have to thank you for doing the story on the angels who are involved in People Comforters. As a recipient of one of their beautiful pieces of handiwork, I want to let them know how much the quilt we received means to us.

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    Evergreen residents: Be aware of the elk rut
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    Closing Rooney Road slash facililty makes no sense
    Editor:
    I’m especially concerned about the closing down of the Rooney Road slash facilty. I understand the Jeffco Sheriff’s Office position, but from a big-picture perspective, it’s so counterintuitive!

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    Whatever happened to $11 fee for registering a trailer?
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    Respectful conversation needed about proposed fire training building
    Editor:

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    Coverage of Old Fashioned Country Fair was a highlight for Life Care residents
    Editor:
     Your coverage of Life Care Center of Evergreen’s Old Fashioned Country Fair was fabulous!

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    Thanks for weed-control efforts
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    Band leader has praise for Jazz Fest
    Editor:
    I’ve been to the Evergreen Jazz Festival with my trio many times, and the friendly and appreciative audiences that attend this event make it a pleasure to perform there. We are always thrilled to get the invite to return.
    The folks who make the festival run have become my good friends, and I always look forward to seeing Jeannie and Ted Mann, Jim Reiners, Sterling Nelson and all the gang.