Raising funds for Estes Park's 'Rocky'

Full story: Estes Park Trail-Gazette

A full house gathered Wednesday evening at Marys Lake Lodge to hear the status of the proposed performing arts center for downtown Estes Park knows as "the Rocky." Marys Lake Lodge Grand Ballroom hosted a full house Wednesday nightfor a presentation by Friends of the Rocky on recent activities of Estes Performance, Inc.
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Craptastic

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This will certainly be the featured story every week for the next year, how EPIC is inching ever and ever closer to the $20 million they need to destroy the downtown skyline.

Best of luck, suckas
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Craptastic wrote:
This will certainly be the featured story every week for the next year, how EPIC is inching ever and ever closer to the $20 million they need to destroy the downtown skyline.
Best of luck, suckas
That's only to build it. How many bake sales will it take to sustain it?
there are these things

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called counters, that actually count how many people are attending an event. Or, you can just count the number of chairs after the event and estimated how many were filled.

BBB (which should not be confused with the Better Business Bureau, since there is nothing better about Barb), instead of saying "full house", since a "full house" at Red Rocks is very different from a "full house" in your living room, how about using some actual journalism and counting the number of people, and saying "60 people attended" or "20 people attended" or "I was too drunk to notice how many people attended".

Oh, snap, did I violate the anonymity clause of Alcoholics Anonymous?
Barb Boy Buck

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May 9, 2013
 
couldn't report on her own funeral. Was she even at this meeting?
Jake

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May 9, 2013
 
First of all the blame for this fiasco which The Rocky or The Trustees are affraid to put to a public vote, has to start with our elected trustee's for allowing it to go forward. I pressed the four Trustee's that allowed this for answers and received only one detailed explanation and that was from Wendy Koenig. Apparently the other three don't give a damn about public opinion.

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