Elk Creek Ranch recently invited members of the Rio Blanco County Sheriff’s Department, Meeker Volunteer Fire Department (MVFR), RBC Search and Rescue (RBCSR), the Colorado Division of Parks and Wildlife (CDPW) and their spouses to dinner at the main lodge. Elk Creek Ranch spokesman John Kobald (center) thanked everyone for attending and for what they do, then presented donations from the Elk Creek Ranch Homeowners Association to Bill de Vergie of the CDPW; Mike Joos, RBC Sheriff’s Office; Steve Allen, MVFR; and Travis Mobley of the RBCSR.
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