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Cards of Thanks

Foundation

Huge appreciation goes to the Pagosa Mountain Hospital volunteers who helped assemble the correspondence that will be mailed to all postal customers this week. While stuffing and gluing, there were lots of stories and laughs. Thanks to Dori Blauert, Lynn Funk, Ingrid Knoll, Jim Knoll, Melissa McDonald, Diane Reike, Lisa Scott, Diane Teague and Nettie Trenk.

For more information regarding volunteering at the hospital, contact Dori Blauert at 731-3700.

Sincerely,

Dr. Mary Fisher Medical Foundation Board of Directors

Festival

We would like to thank all our volunteers, tree donors and decorators — and a special thank you to everyone who dug deep into their pockets to help support our local nonprofits at the Ross Aragon Community Center’s fourth annual Festival of Trees.

Wishing all of you a safe and happy holiday.

The Festival of Trees Committee,

Cristin Robertson, Janis Moomaw, Nancy Strait and Michelle Jamison

Seeds

We would like to thank St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church for being such dedicated and faithful givers to the children at Seeds of Learning. From the quilt raffle at the Shamrock Festival, the children received $500 to support their education. Thank you so much. We would also like to thank Christy Gotshall and the Colorado Mounted Rangers for decorating and donating beautiful Christmas trees to the Festival of Trees in honor of Seeds of Learning. Your generosity is greatly appreciated. Also, a very big thank you to Abate of Colorado. Over 40 toys were donated to all the kiddos at Seeds. Thank you Carlos Calderon and Mona for all your hard work in making sure a bunch of kids have really fun presents for Christmas. I’m sure there will be lots of smiling faces.

From all the kids at Seeds of Learning.

Lynne Bridges

Skibinski

To my friends in Pagosa Springs.

Thank you all for your prayers and support, during my recent brain tumor surgery. I pulled through. But, we’re hoping that the loss of my right leg is temporary.

Due to the tumor in the back being so large, a surgery is very difficult and risky.

We are not sure if a surgery or chemo will happen due to the major risks and side effects. I really need your prayers and support. I love Pagosa, it is my home and all my friends and family live there, along with the wonderful outfitters, hunters and Bible study groups. You all are my life. The 4-H groups; my friends at City Market. Everywhere I go in Pagosa, it’s friends and family. To all the people I waved at every day on my walks up and down North Pagosa, I miss you. The doctor said my recovery is going well, because of the walking. Thank you Mountain Heights Church for your prayers, cards. Thank you John Wagner. To the Calers for driving up at 2 a.m. the day of the surgery to see me. Also, to all of you that I waved at while walking. That was not just a hello, I was asking God to bless you. I will be up in Loveland for a while during these treatments. My goal is to be back by fair. But it is in God’s hands. No matter what, Pagosa, I love and miss you … I would love to hear from you.

Tom Skibinski

4616 N. Sunshine Ct.

Loveland CO 80537

Foundation

Huge appreciation goes to the Pagosa Mountain Hospital volunteers who helped assemble the correspondence that will be mailed to all postal customers this week. While stuffing and gluing, there were lots of stories and laughs. Thanks to Dori Blauert, Lynn Funk, Ingrid Knoll, Jim Knoll, Melissa McDonald, Diane Reike, Lisa Scott, Diane Teague and Nettie Trenk.

For more information regarding volunteering at the hospital, contact Dori Blauert at 731-3700.

Sincerely,

Dr. Mary Fisher Medical Foundation Board of Directors