Seeds of Learning would like to thank Family Dollar for donating a $100 gift certificate. Lots of very needed items were purchased and are very much appreciated! Thank you so much for your support.
Lynne L. Bridges
A most hearty thank you to the following generous sponsors of the Pete Kartsounes concert May 29: Wild Spirit Gallery, chef Michelle Worley, Autumn Tenely, Steamworks Brewery, Mountain Spirits Wine and Liquor, City Market, Higher Grounds, Pagosa Bakery, Kip’s Grill, Wild Spirit Ice and Bottled Water, Dan Fitzpatrick, and our wonderful volunteers.
We could not continue to provide high quality music to Pagosa Springs without you!
A great big thank you to Aurora and Ryan Wright of Mud Shaver Car Wash for their gracious hospitality; we could have never done it without your generosity. Many thanks also to Coca-Cola Bottling for their donation of water and soda, and to Kimberly Siler for her generous donation of the cotton candy machine. Our car wash fund-raiser for the American Cancer Society was a huge success. We would like to say thank you to each and every one of you who brought your cars in to get cleaned and for all of our team members who donated their Saturday to help make it a success. Thank you for sharing your personal stories with us how cancer has also touched your life. We will continue the fight for a cure in memory of our loved one, Joe S. Lobato, who we lost to pancreatic cancer Nov. 20, 2008, and for everyone else with cancer. God bless all of you. Don’t forget to join us for Relay for Life, June 19. www.archuletarelay.org.
Team Lobato (in memory of Joe S. Lobato),
Ashli Stretton, team captain, and Inez Lobato-Winter, co-captain
We would like to thank Connie Prunty, Sue Jones, Terry Roeder, CenturyTel, and all the many others who helped to organize and run a very successful first annual John Jones Memorial Horseshoe Tournament at South Pagosa Park last Saturday, May 30. It was beautiful to see so many people taking advantage of the town’s premier horseshoe courts and fulfilling their purpose, i.e., getting people together for a good time. That’s the beauty of horseshoes that John Jones knew so well. It’s an inexpensive sport that anyone can play and you can take to whatever level you want. The new people you meet, the laughs and good-natured kidding that go along with it are just icing on the cake.
Thanks again, and looking forward to next year,
Stan Ellis, Mason Carpenter, Doug Neuwald, Mike Halverson and Mark Bergon
Pine Ridge Extended Care Center would like to thank the following people for their generosity and thoughtfulness: St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church group for putting on the wonderful birthday party; McDonald’s for the ice cream cones; Larry Fisher, Mary Ellen, Bruno and Thad at Ski and Bow Rack for your donation of fishing items; the Red Hats for the Mother’s Day Tea Party; the entertainment from Pam Novak, Kate Kelley, Truett Forrest and Tim Longmire. Thank you to our volunteers Nelda and Robert Monjure, Lisa Toy and beautiful Misha, Karen Bynum, Geraldine Starr and Jo Rose. We truly appreciate all you have done and continue to do for our residents.
Mary Ann Martinez