September, 07 2001 - Boys & Girls Clubs Celebrate Youth of the Year

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Suzi Schmitz, Debi Hughes and Michele Sair. Balloons not only decorated the table but helped people identify all of the silent auction items. Randy and Brenda Schutte. Stephanie and Jon Kinning look things over. Jon is on the Associate Board.
Linda Acosta in a colorful vest. Blake and Karen larsen. Marilyn Telleen and Kitty George. Doug Chase, Wendell Whittaker and Artora Mitchell work with the Boys & Girls Clubs.
Natalie Whitman (Steele Branch) and Kelly McDougal (Johnson Branch) provided helping hands. Paula Duncan, from Epicurean served up some goodies. Michael and DeeAnn Sharp Jared Grenzenbach and Angela Vargo.
Jennifer Johnson and Cynthia Mazzara were bidders. Sean Walsh from Denver’s powerhouse lobbying firm CRL ponders a bid. Juliette Welch with Bonnie Scherr. Bonnie served as Co-chair for the evening Crystal Pieraldi, Vanessa McNare and Kathy Dale took a short break at the registration desk.
The futuristic libation station proved to be popular The sun shines brightly on Summer Harshman, Ruthanne Zueger and Beth Lundquist Marquita Whittaker with mother Marlene Adriana Early and the always fashionable Norm Early are big supporters of the Boys and Girls Clubs
Jesse Arellano, Kim Slater, Amber Porras and Elisha Arellano all performed for the crowd. Their multiple talents included singing, dancing and acting. Christina Caulkings and Georgia Mulligan. Mary Anschutz, serves on the Associate Board. She was promoting the trip for 2 to London by serving a British ale. Debbie Hoellen told the crowd time was running out on the auction items.
John Strohm poses with Mary Pat Link and Jenny & Robb Caseria. L-R starting at the back. Monique Johnson, Chris Arellano, Bernadette Torres, Lorenzo Casias, front row Christopher Rios, Joshua Porras, Ana Portillo. These students were among those honored as Youth of the Year. John Arigoni is the President and CEO of the Boys & Girls Clubs of Metro Denver. He had many good reasons to smile. The new frames the “old.” A view through to the old Mile Hi stadium.
Diners had a tremendous view of downtown. Some lucky bidder drove off with this vintage automobile. A 1967 Mustang begging to be driven off. Kelly and Kent Yamasaki
Brett and Marla Vasten.      
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