Touch a Truck
by Mountain Munchkins Parents, Children and Teachers
Jul 13, 2010 | 839 views | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print

On June 26, Mountain Munchkins held its third annual Touch a Truck fundraiser. We were again thrilled with the success of the event and the level of community involvement. Both children and adults had truckloads of fun climbing in and “driving” their favorite trucks. The fundraiser was such a huge success thanks to the participation of so many wonderful truck drivers and community service workers. On behalf of the Mountain Munchkins children, parents and teachers we would like to personally and publicly thank the following people: Finn Kjome, Daniel Gleason, Caley Davis and James Lynch from the Town of Mountain Village; Doug Olson and Brandon Hurd with the Rock Crawlers; Kevin Smith, Paul Ruud and Mary Brooke Sunderland of the Town of Telluride Public Works Department; Herb Manning and Melissa Vandiest of Telluride Off Road; Chief Kolar and Sean Reynolds of the Telluride Marshalls Department; John Mckillop and Kevin Cahalane of the Telluride Ski and Golf Club; Jerry Pike, Jay Wilson, Ted Holland, Jim Brand and Comanche of the Mountain Village Police Department; Billy Goldsworthy of the Telluride Wastewater Treatment Plant; Brad Rogers, Bill McCarty, Cliff Hanner and Greg Coleman of Telluride Gravel; Patrick Dasaro, Gary Freedman and Erin Ries of the Telluride Volunteer Fire Department; Mike Myers of Telluride EMS; Lexi and Tony Hill with the Superman Race Car; Josh Rappaport, Todd Rector, Ryan Grady, Mark Neyens and Brian Beckham of San Miguel County Search and Rescue and Mona DeAlva and Brandon Hurd with the Telluride School District. We look forward to working with all of our wonderful volunteers again next year and for many years to come. Please continue to support high quality, safe and affordable early learning, preschool and daycare programs in our community.

With many thanks,

– Mountain Munchkins Parents, Children and Teachers
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