Andy Clark Awarded "2020 Eagle Community Impact Award"

Each year since 2014 the Town of Eagle has awarded the Town’s Community Impact Award. The award recognizes an Eagle individual, business or organization that is making a tangible impact on the community. The recipient is someone who is working to make Eagle a better place to live, work and play and represents the town’s creativity, resourcefulness and potential.

This year the Town of Eagle chose to award Andy Clark with the Eagle Community Impact Award. Andy is well known in the community for volunteering his time, equipment, and organizational skill to install and maintain the outdoor ice rink at Eagle Town Park each winter with a crew of volunteers.

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    Eagle volunteers continue to built community Ice Rink, an 80-year tradition...

    EAGLE — Building Eagle's ice rink is like an Amish barn raising, only flat, says Andy Clark.

    Eagle's outdoor town park ice rink is one of the oldest traditions. It started when Eagle built its town park in the 1930's and continued this year the friday after tanksgiving when a group of volunteers gathered to start the work.

    The Ice Rink

    EAGLE — The great stuff doesn't change much, and that's why Andy Clark and a bunch of dads spend winter nights in Eagle Town Park with fire hoses in their hands, making sure one of Eagle County's oldest traditions continues.

    Clark and all those other dads now stand where dads have stood for 80 years, smiling through a winter evening spraying water through a fire hose and building an outdoor ice rink.

    "It's like 'Field of Dreams' on ice," Clark said. "Every kid who skates on this rink should know that someone is doing this for them."

    The Community Market

    The Covid-19 virus is having a very significant impact on the residents of Eagle County. The impact is especially hard on financially vulnerable families. The Board of Directors has seen the increasing need for food among vulnerable people, and has developed the EVCF Covid-19 Response Plan to address this need and to raise the significant capital needed. The Community Market will be able to feed local families during this crisis.

    We are incredibly grateful for the many ways in which our community has stepped up to support our most vulnerable neighbors during this difficult time. This includes a great deal of gratitude for Alliance Moving Systems, who have been volunteering to handle much of our Food Rescue Program so that The Community Market staff can focus on safe food distribution. Alliance Moving has been an incredible partner to us and we are thankful for their commitment to supporting their community.

    First Lutheran

    EAGLE — To paraphrase the esteemed figure of fiction Albus Dumbledore, help will always be given in Eagle County to those who ask for it. (Read the thank you letter from First Lutheran Church)

    Last week, First Lutheran Church of Gypsum asked and Andy Clark, of Alliance Moving Systems, responded. Now all that's needed is a few hundred locals and visitors who need some high-end furniture for their homes to come out and shop on Saturday, Feb. 10.

    This story begins 130 years ago, when a group of valley pioneers established the Lutheran congregation in Gypsum. In 1890, they constructed the little white church that still stands at the corner of Eagle and Second streets. Over the past 13 decades, the congregation has persevered, although for years at a time the church couldn't employ a pastor and weekly services could not be held.


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