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Brrr and a special thank you to Eric Russell, assistant cook at the Silver Foxes Den-Cafe Fox. Eric took the plunge into the ice cold San Juan River, raising $95 for Senior Services. The money he raised will be used in support of the congregate meal program at Cafe Fox. Perhaps next year we’ll have a single $1,000 donation that will make me jump in that river. Thank you again, you rock.
Heart Beat Ball
Many thanks to all who helped make the third annual Heartbeat Ball, a fund-raiser for the Pagosa Springs Medical Center, such a great success. The crowds feasted on “foods from around the town” provided by 20 area restaurants and caterers, while being entertained by Tim Sullivan on acoustic guitar and Bob Hemenger on sax. The auction had well over 100 items donated by our local retailers, restaurants and individuals. These events cannot happen without the incredibile efforts of many. Special thanks to our event chairs: Gloria Smith, decorations; Tracy Kirschstein, auction; Sue Seemann, volunteers; and Claire Bradshaw, marketing. Proceeds this year will support a new digital mammography machine.
Donations are ongoing and can be mailed payable to the Dr. Mary Foundation at the Pagosa Springs Medical Center at 95 S. Pagosa Blvd., Pagosa Springs, CO 81147.
Now that the dust we kicked up at Outlaw Snowdown Part Deux has settled, I wanted to say thanks to all of the people who helped make the event possible. This is a long list, and I’m sure I forgot important people, so apologies in advance.
My boyfriend, Chris Moeller. My mother, Muriel Buckley. My sister and brother-in-law, Nicole and Pete Macomber. My stellar site crew/support system, Annie Collins, Tony Demille, Eric Spors, Jessica Bartle, Clint Alley, Bob Buckley, Chris Pitcher, Barry the Blade, Ryan Price, Ty, Hal at A-1 and Don Ford at U Can Afford Landscaping, plus Katherine and Lincoln Frye, Mary Helen and Dave Cammack and Derek Lamoreaux.
A huge shout out to Ryan Malarsie, John Betka and the rest of A&L Coors, Litch Polich and his team at Breckenridge Distillery and Deep Eddy Vodka — thanks for the continued support.
Many thanks to Rosanne Haidorfer-Pitcher and Wolf Creek Ski Area, The Springs Resort, Joe Maloney, Becky Deitemeyer and Julie Fox from Kip’s Grill and Cantina, Todd and Kelly Stevens and Cameron Thompson from The Alley House/Farragos/The Backroom Wine Bar, Jeannie at Mountain Landing Guest Quarters, as well as Matt Yoksh from Pagosa Ski and Snowboard.
A big thank you goes out to Brooks Lindner, Chris Haas and Chris Rapp and Robin Davis
Thank you also to Joanne Irons and the Youth Center staff, the Chamber of Commerce, the Town of Pagosa Springs, the TTC, Healing Waters Resort and Spa and the Quality Resort.
I couldn’t have done it without volunteer help from Cathne Holt, Jacque Aragon and Jeremy Black, Steve and Ohea Graham, Melissa and Justin Brown, Mary and Lindsey Kurt-Mason, LeeAnn Skoglund, Alan and Kim Meinhausen, Lynne Zaremba and Doug Newald, Heidi Marcum and Christina Marquart, Lisa Oney, Diane Brown, Brittany Fisher, Joeseph Read, Ruth Read, Corey Coughlin, Matthew More, Thad Miller, Robert Bedtke, Sylvia Gallegos, Chris Hicklin, Jamie Saaranen and Carrie Kern.
And, finally, and most importantly, I’d like to thank my father, Jerry Buckley, who taught me at a young age that anything worth doing, is worth doing well.