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A flock of flamingos for local fund-raiser

By Susie Homes
Special to The PREVIEW

SUN photo/Terri House A flock of flamingos takes up roost in Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon’s front yard over the weekend. The flamingos will find their way to a number of local yards as part of a fund-raising campaign for The Colorado Signs and Wonders Camp, sponsored by Restoration Fellowship.

SUN photo/Terri House
A flock of flamingos takes up roost in Pagosa Springs Mayor Ross Aragon’s front yard over the weekend. The flamingos will find their way to a number of local yards as part of a fund-raising campaign for The Colorado Signs and Wonders Camp, sponsored by Restoration Fellowship.

Flamingos in Pagosa?

Yes, the pink birds (not real ones, of course) will be showing up in neighborhood yards and migrating from yard to yard this month in a fund-raising effort to send kids to camp.

The Colorado Signs and Wonders Camp, for ages 8 -16, will take place at Snow Wolf Lodge June 5-8. A yearly event for eight years, it’s emphasis is on growing children in the knowledge of God through worship and prayer.

It is sponsored by Restoration Fellowship, with featured speaker Lenny LaGuardia from Kansas City‘s International House of Prayer.

Additional details on the camp or flamingo “flocking” can be obtained by calling Lezlie White at 903-9024

For informaiton on the camp, call Angie Crow at 731-2937.

This story was posted on May 9, 2013.