Thanks to all
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To the Editor:

On behalf of the board of directors of the William Y. Cooper Foundation, we would like to thank the following individuals and businesses for their generous contribution to our fund raising event on December 8, at the Hermitage Inn. Their donations will help fund the grant programs for Mount Snow Resort ski and snow board instructors, race and demo program coaches, and mountain rescue members.

Thanks to Rebecca Lewis and the staff at the Hermitage Inn for hosting the event, Nick Blaylock, Mark Aebli, Jay Morelli, Betsey Reagan and Dots of Dover, Jeanne Feldstein, Dean Jenard, West Dover Joe’s, Invasion Snow Board Shop, Vermont Geeks, Deerfield Valley News, The Great Outdoors Ski Shop, Greene’s Service Center, River Valley Market, Mountain Styles Salon & Spa, Manyu’s, Snow Mountain Market, Andirons Restaurant, Hunt Club at Four Seasons Inn, Deerhill Inn, Michael Drummey, Tommy Drummey, Bob Rehbein, Chris Shea, West Dover Inn, Hairphernalia, Kathy Oats, Ann Coleman, Nancy Burnham, Grey Ghost Inn, Barbara Hyde, Debra Ty, Fiddleheads Restaurant, George Wilson, Donnamarie Colasurdo, World Class Ski Shop, Margarita Mayo, Keith Rodney of Sheerness Wood Works, Rachel Rodney, Ian Johnson, Abby Miles, LaToscanella Restaurant, Barbara Baum-Rachels, Doug Daniels, Jacob Brown and Liz O’Brien, Sally White, Mount Snow Ski Resort, Mount Snow Golf Club, and Equipe Sports.

Barbara Hyde, president

Larry Feldstein, treasurer

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