CBCS’s Enrichment full of thanks

To the Editor:
The Enrichment Program of the Crested Butte Community School would like to thank all the individuals, families, businesses, and organizations who contributed to our program this year.



Thank you to the following community foundations and organizations for supporting our program: Community Foundation of the Gunnison Valley, Rotary Club of Crested Butte, Crested Butte Arts Festival, the Pine Tree Foundation, the CBCS PTSA, and the Crested Butte Friends of the Library.
Thank you as well to the community members who showed their support: John and Michelle Cowell, Joy and Paul Adams, David Owen, Tyler and Laura Martineau, Peter Esposito, Nora and Scott Murray, Debra Sporcich, Cathy Sporcich, Scott and Kara Miller, Leah and Matt Whiting, Sarah Smith, Dan and Nola Oberosler, Veronica and Mark Jiganti, Matthew and Patricia Pierson, Kristi and Scott Hargrove, Anne and John Zander, Tim and Kris Seifert, Virginia Condray, Bruce and Debbie Alpern, Julie Bremer, Jean Evans, Kelly Redding, Mark and Barbara Byron, Richard and Rosemarie Whiting, Phillip and Austin Coombs, Torrey and Rosemary Carroll, Gwendolyn Des Cognets, Joan and Randy Swift, Jackie Kingsbury, Lizard and Maggie Dorris, Klaus and Karin Wisiol, Jeff Moffett, Sally and Chris Hensley, Gene and Martha Bryson, Ruth and Skip Berkshire, Sonda and Kevin Donovan, Stacey and Kirk Petersen, Shelley Read and Erik Forsythe, Karen Adelman and Robb Fessenden, Kristy McFarland, Kori Caskey, Ruth Keene, Allison and Jon Kilpatrick, Al and Wythina Smith, Laura and Reed Meredith, Storage One/Crested Butte, LLC, Mountain Colors Painting, Tincup Management, Holbrook and Smith General Contractors, Camp 4 Coffee, Douglas Kroft and Associates, Inc.
As many of you know, the Enrichment Program has carried out an annual fundraising program and sought private grants to fund the Enrichment Teacher salary as well as to fund school-wide assemblies, performances, and resources. We are happy to announce that, as of the 2009-10 school year, the Gunnison Watershed School District will fully fund the Enrichment Teacher salary and benefits. The Enrichment Program continues, however, to rely solely on funding from private donations and grants to support special artistic and cultural activities, including school assemblies, performances, and artist-in-residence programs.
Thank you for your continued support of these enriching experiences for our students through the Enrichment Program. Have a wonderful summer!

Betsy Kolodziej
CBCS Enrichment Teacher/Coordinator

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