DeLaine Brown: Thanks for the help

To the editor:

The Moffat County High School Student Council would like to thank everyone who helped make the 2011 Homecoming Week a success.

We would not be able to have Homecoming Week without the support of MCHS staff, parents, businesses and community members throughout Moffat County.

We would like to thank all the faculty, staff, administration and students at MCHS who helped us with the coronation ceremony, parade, half-time show and Homecoming dance.

We appreciate the help from the fire department, sheriff’s office, police department and City of Craig for assisting us with the parade and Homecoming game activities.

We would like to thank the following individuals who provided convertibles and drove the Homecoming royalty in the parade: Dave DeRose, Nikki McLeslie, Stacey Mathers, Chuck Cobb, Pam Foster, Jim Simos, and Lupe Rodriguez.

Thank you to Mike and Mardi Anson for providing their team of horses and wagon to carry royalty in the parade.

Thank you to all the Student Council parents who donated their time and supported their students during Homecoming week.

Thank you to Colorado West Water, C.E.D. and Samuelsons, Boy-Ko and MJK Sales for donating pallets for the bonfire. Thanks to the many businesses and community members who participated in the parade and showed their Bulldog spirit.

We would like to thank the Craig City Disposal for providing a Dumpster and Safeway for allowing us to use their parking lot for the parade.

Thanks to Eric Hansen for taking pictures at the dance.

Thank you to Dr. John Ilko and his family and friends who provided the spectacular fireworks show during the homecoming football game halftime show.

We are grateful to live in such a caring and supportive community.

Thank you.

DeLaine Brown

MCHS Student Council advisor

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