Meeker Sand & Gravel presented a $5,000 check to HopeWest-Meeker on Monday to benefit the organization’s new palliative care program in the Meeker area. The Conrados, who own Meeker Sand and Gravel, made the donation on behalf of their loyal customer base, wishing to give back to an organization that “will enhance the community and provide a much-needed service” to its residents. Owner Dan Conrado said, “We’re excited to be able to support the community in this way. This is our way of saying ‘thank you’ to our community and giving a little something back that will make a difference for a lot of people.” From left to right, in the back row are: Ellen Conrado, Dan Conrado, Hope-West Advisory Board Member Toby Smith, and Katie Conrado. In the front row, from left, are Sam and Bradley Conrado.
MEEKER I Any business leaders, people interested in networking or people interested in improving Meeker are invited to enjoy a luncheon Sept. 26 to talk about ideas and ways to improve business. Related
Dear Editor: This is an open letter of opinion to the businesses, organizations and diverse groups in Rio Blanco County. As we all struggle to make ends meet and control our budgets to be fiscally […]
MEEKER I Christy Whitney, President and CEO of HopeWest, a Colorado non-profit hospice and palliative care organization, was recently honored with the Community Visionary Award from the Grand Junction Chamber of Commerce. Related