Friends of Pagosa pavilion move forward with plans

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    By Doug Chapin
    Special to The SUN

    Photo courtesy Doug Chapin Friends of Pagosa Multi Purpose Pavilion members are working toward having at least a temporary ice surface by next winter, which will lead to more interest and donors in order to build a permanent facility. Front row, left to right: Steve Taylor, Kristal Fortune, Evelyn Jones and Tari Woods. Back row, left to right: Brian Collabolletta, Jeff Quinn, Ramona Tschger and Bob Kudelski.
    Photo courtesy Doug Chapin
    Friends of Pagosa Multi Purpose Pavilion members are working toward having at least a temporary ice surface by next winter, which will lead to more interest and donors in order to build a permanent facility. Front row, left to right: Steve Taylor, Kristal Fortune, Evelyn Jones and Tari Woods. Back row, left to right: Brian Collabolletta, Jeff Quinn, Ramona Tschger and Bob Kudelski.

    This is very exciting. I am proud to now be part of the Friends of Pagosa Multi Purpose Pavilion. You may have read last week’s article about the highly successful inaugural Pagosa Pond Hockey Classic tournament. Momentum is building and exciting things are happening.

    I am constantly asked about the pavilion project and would like to provide a nice introduction to what is happening and what is needed.

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