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Lyn Cox: Thanks to community

Thanks to community

To the editor:

I am writing because it still amazes me about how generous and wonderful people can be.



This past week, my daughter and son-in-law, Amy and Rick Bustad, received an amazing gift.

Go Alpine, of Steamboat Springs, donated a wheelchair accessible van to the Independent Life Center here in Craig.

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After writing a letter about why they needed this gift, Amy and Rick were picked to receive it. They now can travel together as a family.

I would like to thank Go Alpine, Evelyn Tileston and the Independent Life Center board, Napa for donating the battery, and also to Lisa for everything they have done.

I would also like to thank Nicole Inglis and the Craig Daily Press for the wonderful article that they did.

You have no idea the happiness you have brought to them and their family.

Your thoughtfulness will never be forgotten.

Lyn Cox


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