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Cards of Thanks

Pagosa Wrestling Club

We’d like to offer humble and sincere thanks to everyone who joined us in Town Park on Saturday night to listen to the High Rollers. Whatever reason you came for, we appreciate you taking the time to join us. For all those who bought concessions, pies, or donated, we appreciate your support for the event and our young people. Thanks also to Mike Branch for the first-rate barbecue, to the Hocketts and Elk River Construction for the use of their equipment and their continued support, and to the High Rollers for the music and entertainment. In particular, Linda and Andy Janowsky for the time and money they spend to help our programs grow.

ACSO

The Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office is extremely grateful for the following businesses and organizations that contributed during the recent statewide sheriff’s conference held in Pagosa Springs. The success of the conference was due to all of your efforts. Thank you.

Pagosa Springs SUN, Pagosa Springs Chamber of Commerce, Pagosa Springs American Legion, The Springs Resort and Spa, Pagosa Lodge, Pagosa Springs Inn and Suites, Holiday Inn, Pagosa Springs Golf Club, Pagosa Brewery, Ramon’s, Boss Hogg’s, DJ’s Italian Grill, Alley House, JJ’s on the River, Nello’s, Fred Harman Art Museum, Pagosa Mountain Express, The Outfitter, Painted Pony Consignment, Red Hot Chicago, Wild Spirit Gallery, Bull Chic, The Ice Cream Shop, Main Street Antiques, Coyote Jane’s, Muskrat Maggies, Choke Cherry Tree, Lantern Dancer, The Artist Within, Hodge Podge, Scrappin’ Post, Earth Sense, The Wildflower, Down to Earth, La Bella Boutique, Jackisch Drug, Next Door Decor, Home Again, River Pointe Coffee Café, Upscale Resale and Old Town Market.

We apologize if we have left out any business that contributed to this wonderful success.

Moore

The Thingamajig Theatre Company in the Pagosa Springs Center for the Arts would like to thank the wonderful musicians who played at the Acoustic Duets, for not only putting on such a successful fund-raiser that managed to pack the house and bring in enough money for one (and a half) more much-needed LED lights for the stage, but also to bring such wonderful musical talent to the Breaks Black Box Stage and for the cheerful attitude and giving nature of all the musicians involved. Musicians that participated were Bethany Burnett, Eli Carpenter, Bill Hudson, David Richter, Robbie Pepper, Laith Scherer, Dianne Killen, Michael Killen, Greg Milioto, Carl Mori, Jared Payne and Jess Wilton. A huge thanks to Mark Brown for being the emcee and Cynda Green for being the brains and the engine behind the whole project. And, of course, KWUF and the community of Pagosa Springs for coming out to support it all. We greatly appreciate the community effort to make the Center for the Arts a lively hopping place.

Tim and Laura Moore

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