Dear Lyons LEO Club members,

I hope you are all doing well and enjoying the autumn weather in lovely Lyons.

Today, my mom, Margaret Anne Schmitt, and I met teachers and members of the student council from Kingwood High School (KHS). As their school building is flooded, the KHS students are attending classes at Summer Creek High School (SCHS), which is about a twenty-eight mile drive from KHS.



To All,
We would like to sincerely thank all the people who made our father/husband's "memorial" SO wonderful. Jeana Johnson and Planet Bluegrass, Jason Rogers and Oscar Blues, The Fork, the Johnsons, the Goransons, the Quinns, Kahlie Sue, Savanna, and whoever else we weren't aware of.

You guys are the best, and truly special!

Love to you all,
The Dave Olson family



Dear Lyons Community,
I would like to send out a heartfelt thank you to all the folks who donated blankets, comforters, and cash donations for the trip to Pine Ridge in December. I would also like to especially thank Claudine Perrault, Kurtis Kelly, and the staff at The Estes Valley Library, as well as Sam and



Dear Lyons Community,
The Lyons Volunteers would like to offer a heart-felt thank you to Frank Adams for everything he helped us with during our recovery from the flood. Frank helped with deconstructing the Depot building, painting, and constructing homes in the confluence neighborhood. Frank was also



Dear First Bank and Lyons Community,
Steamboat Mountain Foods (SMF) was delighted to win the beautiful wreath in the Hover Street branch of First Bank! What a great bank to offer such a wonderful prize!

In the spirit of the holidays, and the generosity of First Bank, SMF has matched the dollar amount won (Not exactly, can't give that away!) to spread the joy to the town of Lyons. A donation in the names of First Bank and Steamboat Mountain Foods for five hundred dollars has been given to the Lyons Community Foundation for everything they do for our community.

Sincerely, with gratitude,
Steamboat Mountain Foods

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