Your Thanks

Monday May 27, 2013

Editor of the Reformer:

The Green Street School Tulip Trot 5K and 0.5 mile Sprout Run, a fundraiser to support a variety of PTO projects and initiatives, was held on Saturday, May 4. With close to 250 runners and walkers, over 50 volunteers, and many enthusiastic supporters in attendance, the event was a success on many levels, and the folks who brought this vision to life could not have done so without the generosity of many individuals, businesses, and organizations. We would like to thank the many sponsors who provided financial support for this event:

Downs Rachlin Martin PLLC, Potter Stewart Jr. Law Offices P.C., Jill E. Harrington Hanzalik Memorial Fund, Vermont Country Store, Brattleboro Subaru and Ford, RoadID, Brattleboro Area Realty, Brown and Roberts, Watershed Coaching LLC, Beeze Tees, Circus Minimus, Homestead Heating & Plumbing, Zaluzny Excavating Corporation, the McKay Family, the O’Connor Family, the Hlavaty-Holsinger Family and the Parker & Kinley Family.

Many thanks to our fabulous food donors: Albert’s Organics, Cabot Creamery, Commonwealth Dairy, C & S Wholesale Grocers, Grafton Village Cheese Company, Pepsi-Cola Brattleboro/Leader Distribution, and The Works Bakery Café.

And thanks to the following businesses and individuals for their wonderful prizes and in-kind donations: The Blind Masseur, Venus of Vermont, Keen, The Marina, Mount Snow, Carolyn Allbee, Brattleboro Savings & Loan, Curves of Brattleboro, Newton Business, Nuun, The Latchis Hotel & Theatre, H & S Family Hair Styles, Sam’s Outdoor Outfitters, Whetstone Station Restaurant & Brewery, Biologic Integrative Healthcare, Baker’s Hallmark, Burrows Specialized Sports, Turn it Up, Amy’ s Bakery Arts Café, Fast Eddie’s Bakery, and Beadniks.

We extend our gratitude to the staff, students, and families of Green Street School, the town of Brattleboro and Brattleboro Police Department and to the many special volunteers whose support and enthusiasm were instrumental in creating the overall sense of excitement that characterized the Tulip Trot 5K. We could not have done it without you! Finally, we wish to thank all those who came to run and walk the beautiful 5K course in support of Green Street School.

Lisa Bauer and Tara Sullivan

Green Street School PTO, May 22 ***

Editor of the Reformer:

Living Memorial Park Snow Sports, Inc. has a lot to be grateful for: a long and deep 2012-13 winter season, a loyal and growing cast of volunteers, eager and energetic BUHS Community Service workers, skiers and snowboarders from here and away who enjoy Park Hill and willingly pay $5 for lift tickets, and an appreciative, supportive Brattleboro community. Added to all this, LMPSS is grateful for being the beneficiary of this year’s $10,000 Plunge at the Marina on May 5, and for a $6,000 grant from the Windham Foundation to help fund replacement of the T-bar lift cable.

Thanks to all who have made this a great year for Snow Sports!

Jake Dixon, Secretary

Living Memorial Park Snow Sports, Inc., May 22


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