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The Pagosa Springs High School boys basketball players, coaches and parents would like to thank the community for its support this past basketball season and for helping with the championship ring fund-raisers. We appreciate you and your loyalty to our program and to Pagosa Springs High School sports.
There are so many things that happen towards the end of a school year, we often forget to thank those people in our community who make a difference in a child’s life by sharing their knowledge, expertise and time. The sixth-grade team at the Pagosa Springs Middle School would like to thank the following people who helped us to create unique learning opportunities for our sixth-grade students:
Mike Reid, Adrian Archuleta, Doug Purcell and Don Volger for helping our students have the opportunity to obtain their hunter safety cards at no cost to the parents. Natalie Wood who helped to contact all the volunteers who came our to hunter safety range day: Pagosa Springs Fire Department, Pagosa Springs Emergency Response Team, Pagosa Springs Forest Service and their quick response team and several community members who gave of their time to teach our students about fire building, orienteering, camp cooking, trailing an animal, tying knots and so much more.
We would also like to thank all people from the Soil Conservation District who helped create our Conservation Day, which helped our students learn more about the unique environment we live in here in Pagosa Springs and how they can help to develop habits and practices that will help sustain our beautiful area. Cindy Purcell, who helped to contact all volunteers who came out to our Conservation Day: Dan Wand, Wendy Sutton, Kari Eden, Jerry Archuleta and Shaan Bliss. We would also like to thank the owners and caretakers of the Rafter T Ranch for once again letting us use their property for our trip.
There are also many others who come into our school to help in our classrooms during sporting events, on our playgrounds to help us make this a safe and productive school environment. Thank you.
Sixth grade team/Pagosa Springs Middle School
The Rome Family wishes to extend their sincere and heartfelt thank you to all of the people who made the first Darin Memorial Scholarship Fund-raiser Dance a success on June 22. They are Karen Gray, Mike Alley, Tim Sullivan, Neil Nelson, Bill Boyer, Bridget Hewitt, Genevieve Zuchero, Greg Munro, Lvonne and Terry Wilson, Sharon Carr, Kristi Smith, Susie Drake, Brandon Drake, Brittany Corcoran, Candace Wolf, Steve Lynch, Dana and Dennis Ford, Charlotte and Tammy Reid, Mike Branch and Troy Perrson.
Special thanks to the following businesses/people for donating items for the silent auction items and who helped make this great event: Andies Undies, Bogey’s Family Fun Center, Café Colorado, Cloud 9 Chiropractic, Coyote Moon Restaurant, Eagle Mountain Mercantile, Goodman’s Department Store, Home Again, Hub Bike Shop, Karen Gray, LPEA, Made in Colorado, Liz and Mike Alley, Liz and Mike Marchand, Mountain Home Security, Neil Nelson, Next Door Décor, Outfitter Department Store, Pagosa Hot Springs, Pagosa Springs Golf Course, Parelli Natural Horsemanship, Piedra Automotive, Plaza Grill, Rainbow Gift Shop, Rocky Mountain Balloon Adventures, Shanghai Restaurant, Silver Dollar Liquor, Summit Ski and Sports, Sweets ’N Such and Terry’s Ace. Everyone helped raise over $3,000 for the Darin Rome Memorial Scholarship Fund. See you next year.