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Being Grateful

What a gorgeous and mild Autumn we have had on top of the mountain. The excitement of The Ridge has ramped up our feelings of gratitude for living up here. Hopefully, you have all had a chance to go over to check out the convenience of the market and the yumminess of the variety of all things edible at the restaurant. If you haven't sampled all the menu items yet, you owe it to yourself to go and have a great experience there. The staff is friendly and very accommodating and committed to making this your first of many visits to come .

With Thanksgiving approaching, we decided that we wanted to do something meaningful to help those who are less fortunate. As we looked around our community, we realized that there are probably others who would like to get in the spirit of giving, but not really sure where to put their efforts.

Here is what touched our hearts. We have a client friend who is the School Guidance Counselor at Heber Valley Elementary up in Heber. In a conversation with Mrs. Roskelley, we were asking what challenges she had in these digital progressive days with her elementary students.

The answer was shocking and humbling. Her school boundaries encompass many apartments and low income housing areas that are generally filled with families (sometimes 2-3 famailies in one apartment) who are working in the service industries in Park City/Deer Valley Resorts for low wages and just barely getting by.

As Mrs. Roskelley was describing children coming to school who were wearing clothes that were not warm enough for winter, or worse yet, wearing their parent's clothes (being held on to their little bodies with belts) and shoes that were way too big (they can't play on the playground with shoes falling off when they run). We became aware that there is a real need for assistance for these little kids.

Her story is both haunting and unsettling. Almost incomprehensible that this situation exists in today's world of abundance. WE ARE ASKING FOR YOUR HELP! We can make a difference in the lives of these little kids.

We are asking for new or used boots, coats, shoes, gloves, warm clothes etc. for elementary school age kids. We will have a donation bin at the clubhouse for you to DROP OFF your items that you would like to share. We will also PICK UP items at your homes. If you would like to make a cash donation to Heber Valley Elementary, we will get it to Mrs. Roskelley to use to buy some warm clothing for these children. Just drop it off payable to Heber Valley Elementary at the OA Office M-F from 9am to 5pm.

TOGETHER, WE CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE. CAN YOU HELP?

Warm regards,

Robyn and Scott
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