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Cards of Thanks

Farmers Market

The Pagosa Farmers Market would like to thank the volunteers, musicians and entertainers that gave of their time and talents during the 2012 market season. Volunteers who arrived early to set up, dispense information and then take it all down were: Peggy Bergon, Mary Beth McCauley, Kathy Shultz, Lily Pearson, Denise Rue-Pastin, Barbara Asprey, David Pettus and Claudia Smith. Musicians and entertainers, who each week added enjoyment to the shopping experience, were: John Alex Tarbet, Steve Rolig, Dan Fitzpatrick, Jess Wilton, John Hodson, G. Michael Roth, Emily Tholberg, Andrew Jones, Jacques Grant, and Rosalind Marshall with the Rakassah Jabal Belly Dancers. The Pagosa Farmers Market Committee greatly appreciates your participation and help this year.


I would like to thank our top fund-raising team, Community United Methodist Church, for their generosity and participation in the Archuleta County Relay For Life. Hanna Dysinger served as the team captain for the CUMC team and was our youngest volunteer. The CUMC Relay For Life team hosted the Hazel Miller Concert and worked hard throughout the year to raise a total $7,404 for the American Cancer Society. Thank you, Hanna Dysinger and CUMC; the American Cancer Society couldn’t function without the hard work of volunteers such as these.

Susan Williams

ACVAP staff

We sincerely thank whomever our secret admirer is who sent the most beautiful flowers to our office this week. Flowers truly have such an amazing affect and we are thoroughly enjoying them. Thank you, and thank you for noticing that we do good things!

Carmen, Karen, Nancy and Mara

Archuleta County Victim Assistance Program


I want to thank my windshield angel. I can’t image who you are, but you must be another of my angels that would know and care about my needs.

I don’t know who you are, but God does and I want to thank you from the bottom of my heart for replacing my windshield.

May God bless you and always keep you in his care.

Again, thank you,

Carmen Valdez

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