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I want to thank everyone for the prayers and for making Freddy Archuleta a great benefit. It is greatly appreciated.
From the family: Thank you, thank you.
Grandma Juanita Archuleta and Pete Archuleta
United Way thanks Wolf Creek Ski Area for their generous donation of $2,700 raised on this year’s Ski and Save Day. Thank you to all skiers, snowboarders and Wolf Creek Ski Area for your support of nonprofits in Archuleta County.
The Rollergirls in Pagosa (RIP) would like to thank the following sponsors and donors for another outstanding year of derby: Dean Schultz, Made in Colorado, Ponderosa Lumber, Angela’s Flowers, Studio 160, The Costume Shop, All About You Day Spa, Elly Heitkamp, Pagosa Peak Pizza, Mountain Spirits, Radio Shack, Koch Family Enterprises, Sweets-N-Such, Tanya Quinn, Fastwax, San Juan Dental, Pagosa Brewing Company and many more, including our amazing volunteers and fans. We couldn’t be successful without the support of our generous Pagosa Springs community. Thank you.
The Skaters Coalition for Concrete would like to express our appreciation to everybody that made the Rail Jam event on Feb. 15 a success.
Mike Moore from Moore and Company, Smithco and Davey Pitcher from Wolf Creek Ski Area trucked in five dump truck loads of snow. Without this snow, the Rail Jam, as well as the Anything Goes Downhill Sled Race, would not have been possible.
Jim Miller from the town parks department, Jay Lally, Dave Steinert, Kevin Blue, Derek Lamoreaux and countless others helped to move the snow into place. Kevin Blue, Jay Lally and Jon King did a great job judging, DJ Derek Lamoreaux provided music, Chef Matt Degelman cooked up some tasty food, and Jason Cox from Riff Raff Brewing ran the beer garden.
A big thank you to our sponsors: Summit Ski and Sports, Wolf Creek Ski Area, Moore and Company, Pagosa Brewing Company, Riff Raff Brewing Company, Silver Dollar Liquors, Kip’s Grill and Cantina, Gosar Sausage, GrassRoots Meats, Degelman’s Red Wagon Grill, The Outfitter Department Store, Shred Ready, Sheepshead Cabin, Lib Tech and Never Summer Industries.
Everybody had a great time. Daniel Roeder won first place in the adult category. Bradley Lamoreaux won first in the junior category.
We raised $1,500 for phase two of the Yamaguchi skatepark, which everybody is looking forward to being built in the near future. Please check out our website at www.skaterscoalitionforconcrete.com for more information and to donate to phase two.
Dear Pagosa Hospital,Clinic, ER, Drs. Peter Marshall, Jason Wallace, staff, Hospice, friends and angels:
Thank all of you for the love that you poured into my wonderful mother, Peggy Zeldes, and me. She passed on Jan. 29, at 87 years of age.
Lera, Pagosa Funeral home, for your compassion and attention to detail.
Bonnie Hite, devoted friend who spent the last day and last critical hours with mom and was there solely when mom passed.
Janny Herwaarde of Switzerland, spending countless hours via Skype helping both of us. Assisted Bonnie in mom’s last moments.
Kelly Day, loving friend, horse trainer, teaching me about life and horsemanship,
Linda Gil, for her gift of making difficult times be managed with grace and ease.
Alejandro, Veronica, Miguel for their continued love.
Dr. Thomas Yost, Patty for extraordinary care of my dogs, myself and my mother. For your endless love and encouragement when I thought I couldn’t go on.
May God Bless each of you who have made a difference in our lives and helped us on our journey.
Mom is reunited with my beloved husband Bill and my dearest father, Sydney, in the kingdom of heaven.