Our thanks to Soulquilt.org (Hawk Mesa Storm) for the generous donation of 10 tickets to “The Secret Lives of the Divine.”
We also thank the folks at the Four Corners Folk Festival for their donation of 30 tickets to the Labor Day weekend event, a foot-tapping, bootie-shaking good time.
And last, but not least, thank you to Mountain View Homemakers for their generous donation of $500 in support of our home delivered meal program. Monies raised through their annual auction were distributed among eight non-profits. On behalf of our homebound, thank you.
Silver Foxes Den Senior Center
“Toad looks funny in a bathing suit!”
Special Olympic athletes were able to see Life with Frog and Toad on Aug. 25 at the Pagosa Springs Center for Performing Arts and sang some of their favorites from the play at their weekend horse clinic with LASSO. The night out on the town as a group was made extra special by Laura and Tim Moore welcoming the group at the theater. The performance was a perfect venue for us all and the talent of our community once again made us smile. Two days down on the ranch for our horseback clinic with LASSO and the amazing volunteers helped end our summer activities. Thank you from all the athletes and their families for the opportunities you share with us throughout the year.
Aspen Springs Community Pride (ASCP) and the Aspen Springs Metro District boards want to express our thanks to all of those that helped to make our grand opening of our community park and annual picnic such a great success. First, thanks to the committee and volunteers that came up with the park plan, next to PROST and the BoCC for allotting 1A funds to assist with cost of the Gazebo, volleyball and horseshoe courts. Thanks to Larry Bogart for donation of architectural plans, David Medina Construction for the excellent and efficient job, Metro R&B crew for hours of work on parking lot, trail and courts.
To all the attendees of the picnic with all of the great food, to the Metro board for set up and beverages, to Dick Warring and Bob Hill, great cooks, and to all that helped with set up and clean up. Thanks to Commissioner Lucero and Sheriff Gonzales and their staff representation, and PSFD and their representatives and information. Also, thank you to the Chamber for the ribbon-cutting supplies and to the press for the pictures and coverage. (Special thanks to Bob Hart for the loan of fencing to let concrete dry without livestock footprints and Claudia Smith for endless hours of commitment to ASCP.)
John Paul II and Immaculate Heart of Mary Catholic Church Lifeteen wishes to thank the community for making “Steubenville” in San Diego, Calif., a reality in our lives. You made our worship, reflection and spiritual sharing weekend possible. You allowed us to serve you breakfast. You contributed to our yard sale and returned to purchase treasures. Your generosity made our raffle a terrific event. And the silent auction was an over-the-top success. We are so grateful for your support. Our thanks to all who participated in our fund-raising activities, most especially our families and the following businesses: Pedal and Powder, Pagosa Gym, San Juan Sports Massage, Made in Colorado, The Rose, Pagosa Lodge, Valhala Resort, Silver Dollar Liquor, Boss Hogg’s, Buck Stops Here, Ace Hardware, Pagosa Golf Course, Ponderosa Hardware and Lantern Dancer.
PFPD Auxiliary would like to thank the citizens of Pagosa Springs for coming in such a number to remember and honor the first responders who fell on that tragic day to save thousands of lives. Thank you from the bottom of our hearts.
The Fred Harman Museum and its board would like to thank all who made our evening a listening pleasure and so much fun. Many thanks to our wonderful musicians: DJ Cowboy Dusty, Ron Lowe. Daniel Lindsey, Darin from Tim Sullivan’s Narrow Gauge Band, Tin Pan Dan Fitzpatrick, DC Duncan, Lead Foot Ruthie and the Dirty Martinis. Our silent auction was a great success. Gratitude to all of our volunteers and helpers. Thanks also for the private showing of “The Secret Lives of the Divine.” Hawk and Kitty Storm of Pagosa Springs hosted a free “sneak peak” of this new show. The Storms’ goal was to co-host this event with SoulQuilt.org and LifesLastLaugh.org and invite locals who donate their talents and time to our community. A great time was enjoyed by all, and our thanks to our local “Black Box Theater,” an amazing venue for an awesome town.
Tari Woods and Tim Collins