My name is “Wildfire.” I am the local rodeo clown for the Busted Spur Cattle Co. rodeo on Thursday nights. I’d like to thank all the people involved, from Cody, Shelly Fahrion, John, Jody McKee, and all the fantastic people involved in the rodeo to the sponsors and the folks behind the scene that make the rodeo so wonderful, and to all the super folks at Pagosa River Campground for letting me live there. I would like to thank Pit Stop Costumes for the use of your fantastic costume. But most of all I would like to thank the town and people of Pagosa, the contestants and fans and all the kids at the rodeo and the wonderful folks who helped me out when I needed it. I can’t thank you enough, because for the last two years in this wonderful town I have felt I am the luckiest man around. I have only 200 words to say what would take a book if I thanked you as much as you deserve..
Thank you so much; become my friend on Face Book.
Richy “Wildfire” Tavenner
Pagosa Springs Youth Center and the Xtreme Day Camp would like to thank Laura Greenameyer for conducting a bicycle repair clinic for the campers, A.J. Miller who helped move game equipment donated by Restoration Fellowship, and to Dennis Spencer from Frontier Movers for moving everything to the Youth Center. A special thanks to Old West Press (the fastest press in the west) for getting all our printing needs done. We appreciate all the community support we are receiving for the youth in the community.
With much appreciation,
Karen Carpenter and Joanne Irons