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Our 29th annual Bowl For Kids’ Sake was held March 23 and it was a great success. I would like to thank all those that made it possible for us to have such a wonderful event.
Our Silver Sponsor was Jack and Katy Threet and our two Bronze Sponsors were Citizens Bank and St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church. Other sponsors include Kim Moore\Exit Realty, Four Corners Framed Art, Healing Waters Spa, LPEA, King Campbell, DDS, Southwest Elegance, KWUF, Bank of Colorado, CenturyLink, Terry’s Ace, Valley Lowrance, Bill Delany, Pagosa Women’s Club, Karen Harper, Thad McKain, Wayne and Nancy Walls, Kim and Don Collins, Mellody Gartley, Amie Lemkey, Laura Daniels, Reid Hollo, Chris Hachenberg, Lana Grey, Bridget McKee, Kate Alfred, Sally and Doug Neel, Alicia Brodner and special thanks to Jerry Baker who matched funds brought in by the PS Medical Center teams.
I also want to thank all of the teams that raised money for BBBS and came out to bowl. It was a really fun day with lots of smiles to go around.
We would also like to thank all of those that donated prizes to be given out to those that worked so hard to collect pledges. We had some great prizes!
Thank you Pagosa for supporting Big Brothers Big Sisters and Bowl For Kids’ Sake. BBBS really appreciates all that you have done for us.
We work hard to keep kids in school, out of jail and off of drugs. We are always looking for mentors to help children in Pagosa. If you are interested in positively impacting the life of a child, call 398-0007 or Maggie@bbig.org for more information.
Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County would like to thank everyone who joined Ms. Tessie for the Birdhouse Decorating Workshop. We would also like to give a special thanks to Ms. Tessie for sharing her time and talents with us. The second annual Recycled Arts Show will be held April 19 and 20 at 602 San Juan St. next to CarQuest.
Members of the Wolf Creek Ski Team, along with their families, would like to say thank you to the residents of Pagosa Springs for their support during our fund-raisers. We would also like to thank the Wolf Creek Ski Resort, the Ski and Bow Rack, City Market and the Turkey Springs Trading Post for the contributions each has made.
Coaches Justin Burton and Josh Abrell would like to say, “Congratulations team, you made us proud.”
Thank you to all of the students, teachers, parents, relatives and friends who shopped at the Book Fair and for all the excitement about the event. It would be impossible to put on this two-week event without all of our willing and able volunteers. Huge gratitude goes to 43 individuals who decorated, unpacked and packed boxes, sorted books, staffed the cash register or assisted with Family Night: Monica Archuleta, Lori Ayers, Mary Bailly, Lavender Booth, Kendra Bridges, Stacie Castro, Marilyn Chipps, Janice Condon, Lynn Constan, Nicole Cotts, Cyndi Galabota, Robin Galloway, Julie Greenly, Jami Gurule, Penny Hart, Lauri Heraty, Chelsea Hill, Carole Howard, Carmen Hubbs, Chanlor Humphries, Becky Jacobson, Marci Jury, Lisl Keuning, Amber Landacre, June Landgraf, Kelly Laner, Kathy Lansdale, Linda Lattin, Jan Lewis, Aubrie Limebrook, Debbie Mackey, Linda Moulton, Carol Nasralla, Sanya Peterson, Dawn Robel, Lisa Scott, Diana Scott, Liz Starks, April Unger, Cory Warden, Keely Whittington, Jess Wilton and Michelle Zeigler.
As always, we’d like to thank the school custodians, Jim Sellers, Jack Constant and Barbara Martinez, and cafeteria manager Colleen Littleton for their assistance outside of their regular duties.
Lisa Scott, Debbie Mackey