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PHOTOS: Community celebrates giving, nonprofits leading up to next week’s Yampa Valley Gives Day

Nonprofits came out in force Friday morning for the Yampa Valley Gives Rally on the Routt County Courthouse lawn celebrating the many nonprofits participating in the day of giving, which takes place Tuesday, Dec. 10.
John F. Russell
Routt County Commissioner Tim Corrigan reads a statement in front of the Routt County Courthouse Friday during a rally for Yampa Valley Gives celebrating local nonprofits, who will be participating in Colorado Gives Day on Dec. 10.
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Executive Director Joe Haines of Yampatika thanks the organizations that are supporting Yampa Valley Gives in Routt County during a rally on the Routt County Courthouse lawn Friday morning. Next Tuesday, Dec. 10, local nonprofit organizations will be asking residents in Routt County to support them as part of Colorado Gives Day.
John F. Russell
Chuck Cerasoli reads the name of the nonprofit that won a drawing on Friday morning during the Yampa Valley Gives rally on the Routt County Courthouse lawn to celebrate local nonprofits. Historical Society of Oak Creek and Phippsburg earned a $500 donation from the Yampa Valley Community Foundation for having the organization’s name drawn. Nonprofits across Routt County will be hoping for more donations next Tuesday as part of Colorado Gives Day.
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Scott Parker, executive director of the Chief Theater in downtown Steamboat Springs, showed his holiday spirit while talking with Ski Town Lions Club member Geoff Petis at a rally for Yampa Valley Gives Day to celebrate nonprofits in Routt County. Parker and Petis are hoping that Routt County residents will show their holiday spirit by donating to local nonprofits on Tuesday, Dec. 10.
John F. Russell

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