Slopeside says thanks to firefighters

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The families at Slopeside would like to take this opportunity to thank the Big Mountain Fire Department, Whitefish Fire Department, Columbia Falls Fire Department, Evergreen Fire Department, and Kalispell Fire Department and their personnel who responded to a fire at Slopeside at Whitefish Mountain Resort on the evening of Nov. 2.

There are no words to completely express our deepest gratitude to ALL who worked and fought so hard and diligently in the brutal winter storm to keep the fire contained and from spreading throughout the complex. The training and expertise of these firefighters and emergency crews (who many are volunteers) was evident in everything they did in regard to keeping the fire contained.

Wed also like to thank Mark Morris who kept the roads plowed and Grizzly Security for protecting and driving through our complex.

In addition wed like to express deep thanks to Dan and Jennifer Bester who opened their home to the emergency crews and provided hot beverages and a warm place to go to. Plus many thanks to Logan Carlson our maintenance manager who showed his dedication by staying at the scene many hours to make sure our homes were safe.

Again, thank you everyone, Whitefish and the Flathead Valley is truly The Last Best Place!

Owners at Slopeside

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