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Activities resume! Clients have trained for and participated in Special Olympics and triathlons. Director’s Corner. Cheer on the SIx Points All Stars Softball Team. Generous Ford Explorer donation. Wheelchair accessible van. Generous Grantors. Opportunities to Donate.
A Promising Start to 2021! All clients have had two doses of the vaccine! Clients continue to remain active. A scaled-down version of “Setting the Table for Six Points”. Director’s Corner. Generous Grantors. Opportunities to Donate.
Bringing 2020 to a Close at Six Points. Spirit Club. Client Corner. Property Improvements. Director’s Corner. New Website! Thanks to Our Generous Grantors. Opportunities to Donate.
Share the Season with Six Points! As we begin our annual Share the Season fundraising drive, reflecting back over years of generous contributions from this community, we invite you to show your support for Six Points by making a gift during the upcoming holiday season. Six Points is so much more than a thriving thrift store. Six Points supports local adults with disabilities so that they may continue to live independently in our community. Did you also know that Six Points provides work for many individuals and supports others at their community jobs in Gunnison and Crested Butte?
Six Points 2020 Quarter 3. Moving from Summer to Fall During the Pandemic. Home Improvements. 2020 Awards Banquet. Special Olympics During the Pandemic. Director’s Corner. Upcoming Events: Rainbows in the Sky. Thank you to our Generous Grantors. Opportunities to Donate.
Lakiotes was recently hired as Six Points’ new executive director. Although the experience would be drastically different from what Lakiotes was used to, she went for it and landed the position. Lakiotes has been holding the position as the interim director since January after her predecessor Daniel Bruce stepped down. “Being able to help in someway keep our clients in the community where they want to live, and have them be able to live in a setting of their choice, that ’s really meaningful,” Lakiotes said.
Six Points 2020 Quarter 2 Newsletter. Six Points During The Pandemic: Down But Not Out. Staying Busy During Quarantine. Thank you for donations to the Thrift Store. A message from Nancy Lakiotes, Interim Director. Generous Grantors. Upcoming Events Cancelled. Opportunities to Donate.
Six Points 2020 Quarter 1 Newsletter. Six Points during the COVID-19 Crisis. Thank you to Generous Grantors. Opportunities to Donate.
The Gunnison Six Points athletes got to show their skills to the Gunnison Valley recently, competing at the Western Colorado Alumni Open in the Mountaineer Field House. Six athletes competed in the 60-meter dash, with Tom Dunham winning the race — blazing down the track as spectators and collegiate athletes cheered him on. View the story to see more photos.
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