February 2, 2019
Doors open @ 7:30am Breakfast is @ 8:00am.
Tickets are available at the door - $15 ea.
at Island Grove Event Center
Raffle tickets will be sold which can be used for free admission to the Breakfast
1st prize > $1500 Travel Voucher.
2nd prize > $250 cash.
3rd Prize > autograph Ball.
Tickets can be purchased at
GoJos, Garretson's, Sears Real Estate
GUEST SPEAKER – Ryan Spilborghs
Broadcaster: Ryan Adam Rene Jean Spilborghs is an American baseball broadcaster for AT&T SportsNet Rocky Mountain & SiriusXM's MLB Network Radio, and a former professional baseball outfielder.
Born: Sep 05, 1979 (age 39) ˇ Santa Barbara, CA
Height: 6' 1"
Spouse: Stacey Spilborghs
Education: University of California, Santa Barbara
2005: He made his Major League debut for the Rockies on July 16, 2005 against the Cincinnati Reds and recorded his first hit in that game, a single to right field off of Todd Coffey.
2006: He rejoined the Rockies in 2006 and hit his first home run on May 29 off of Jim Brower of the San Diego Padres.
2008: In 2008, he made the team from spring training, serving as the fourth outfielder.
2009: On August 24, 2009, in the 14th inning against the San Francisco Giants with the Rockies down 4-2, Spilborghs homered off pitcher Merkin Valdéz for the first walk-off grand slam in Rockies history.
2012: On May 4, 2012, Spilborghs was traded to the Texas Rangers organization for cash considerations, played for the Triple-A Round Rock Express.
2014: On February 6, 2014, it was announced that Spilborghs had joined the Root Sports Rocky Mountain broadcasting team, where his primary role is sideline reporting during games; however he occasionally provides in booth color commentary.
Guest Speaker – Dick Monfort
Dick Monfort enters his 20th season with the Rockies franchise in 2017 and continues in his role as owner/chairman and chief executive officer for the club. A Colorado native, Monfort and the Colorado Rockies Ownership Group have established the Colorado Rockies Baseball Club as a leading organization in the Rocky Mountain Region in both sports and business.
Born April 27, 1954, Monfort makes his home in Greeley, Colo., and he has three children: daughter Lyndsey (and son-in-law Aaron Graber) and sons Walker and Sterling who both work with him at the Colorado Rockies.
EMCEE – Mike Rice
A trusted voice in Colorado journalism for nearly three decades with an energetic, engaging and friendly style, Mike is comfortable calling play-by-play, hosting a talk show and serving as a studio host, anchor and reporter. A versatile broadcaster with a wealth of experience, he has been covering sports in Colorado since 1991.