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Council advances recreation projects, receives pipeline update, honors role models

SUN photo/Jim Garrett San Juan Basin Health Department (SJBHD) Adult Role Model Campaign awardees receive their citations with Pagosa Springs Town Council looking on at council’s meeting on May 19. Awardees included Role Model Anita Hinger and finalists Keith Candelaria, Melissa Shaw, David Kelley, Matthew Wolford and Susie Fisher, whose citation was accepted by grandson Trent Connor. Also present were Cheryl Bowdridge and Cindy Schultz, of the SJBHD.
SUN photo/Jim Garrett
San Juan Basin Health Department (SJBHD) Adult Role Model Campaign awardees receive their citations with Pagosa Springs Town Council looking on at council’s meeting on May 19. Awardees included Role Model Anita Hinger and finalists Keith Candelaria, Melissa Shaw, David Kelley, Matthew Wolford and Susie Fisher, whose citation was accepted by grandson Trent Connor. Also present were Cheryl Bowdridge and Cindy Schultz, of the SJBHD.

At its meeting last Thursday, May 19, the Pagosa Springs Town Council approved steps to move forward on two projects adding to local recreational facilities.

First, council approved siting a “climbing boulder” in Town Park, adjacent to the present playground area. The boulder, expected by Parks and Recreation Director Darren Lewis to be approximately 8 feet high and 13 feet wide, will have a varied surface with ledges and crannies offering handholds and footholds. It will provide youngsters a facility for climbing.

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