Car wash donation; Symphony Music Director – Loveland Reporter-Herald


Breeze Thru Car Wash reached its goal of raising over $ 19,000 for Larimer Search and Rescue on August 28 during its 12th annual one-day fundraiser for the organization. This year’s total helped Breeze Thru surpass the company’s 12-year goal of $ 100,000. The money raised this year will help cover the costs of the boats used to deploy specially trained dogs to water searches, improve urban search capabilities, and continue to equip crews with search tools and research. rescue needed to get people home safely.

Maestro Wes Kenney signed a five-year contract extension as Music Director of the Fort Collins Symphony. Now in its nineteenth year, the award-winning conductor will continue to lead the Fort Collins Professional Orchestra until 2027. Under Kenney’s baton, the orchestra returns to the Lincoln Center stage on Saturday, October 2.

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