ARCHIVED  December 9, 2010

Elsberrys’ book launch to benefit Weld Food Bank

GREELEY – Jim and Terry Elsberry are launching their new book, “The
Power of Doing the Right Thing,” on Dec. 15 at a holiday open house at
the Sod Buster Inn, 1221 Ninth Ave., in Greeley.

The open house from 5 to 8 p.m. will feature a book signing by the
Elsberry brothers, food and wine. Admission for individuals or couples
is a $25 donation to the Weld Food Bank. Each donation will receive a
signed copy of “The Power of Doing the Right Thing.”

Jim Elsberry, a professor in the Montfort Business School at the
University of Northern Colorado, retired from the Greeley Tribune in
2006.

“When we talked about people we considered to be true successes, they
were not movie stars or zillionaires, but people who really figured out
what success really means,” Elsberry said. “They share a lot of the same
traits. Those traits were taught to us by the people who raised us in
Clemens, Iowa, in the 1940s and ’50s.”

“The Power Of Doing The Right Thing” is also available at Woody’s
Newsstand in downtown Greeley and at Amazon.com or BarnesandNoble.com.

Open House sponsors include Jim and Nicki Elsberry, Joe and Mary Lou
Whisenand, Ron and Madge Randel, College Green Liquors, Kenny’s Steak
House, The Sod Buster Inn and Weld Food Bank.

For more information, visit www.weldfoodbank.or.

GREELEY – Jim and Terry Elsberry are launching their new book, “The
Power of Doing the Right Thing,” on Dec. 15 at a holiday open house at
the Sod Buster Inn, 1221 Ninth Ave., in Greeley.

The open house from 5 to 8 p.m. will feature a book signing by the
Elsberry brothers, food and wine. Admission for individuals or couples
is a $25 donation to the Weld Food Bank. Each donation will receive a
signed copy of “The Power of Doing the Right Thing.”

Jim Elsberry, a professor in the Montfort Business School at the

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