John E. Worthen: Thanks for recognizing Seminars at Steamboat |

John E. Worthen: Thanks for recognizing Seminars at Steamboat

John E. Worthen, Chairman, Seminars at Steamboat

— We, the board of directors for the Seminars at Steamboat, were delighted with the Steamboat Pilot & Today’s editorial Aug. 29 (“A summer of opportunity”) recognizing the seminars as one of the
outstanding events of this summer of opportunity in Steamboat.

Even with the
significant increase in the number of people attending our four seminars, we
recognize that some people in town may not have been able to make one or
more of the seminars. For this reason, we want readers to know that CDs
of each of the seminars are available through Bud Werner Memorial Library.

Thank you again for your kind words, and we look forward to welcoming
everyone back to our 2011 season.

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