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Free clothing offered at St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church Saturday

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW There is a saying: “If it sounds too good to be true, it probably is.” However, the women of St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church…

Give versus gain: The difference is huge

By Richard Gammill Special to The PREVIEW Two important words identify contrasting approaches to life: give and gain. These two words ask different questions: How much will this enable me…

St. Patrick’s annual clothing giveaway a gift to the community

St. Patrick’s annual clothing giveaway a gift to the community

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW Every year in October, St. Patrick’s Episcopal Church undertakes a major event to assure members of the community are able to be appropriately…

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Native American flute, labyrinth walk

Sunday Night Unplugged to feature Native American flute, labyrinth walk

By Sally Neel Special to The PREVIEW It would be difficult to live in Pagosa Springs and not notice the transformation taking place in the mountains, in the weather and…

Southwest Christian Writers Association conference to be held Oct. 16 and 17

Southwest Christian Writers Association conference to be held Oct. 16 and 17

By Betty Slade Special to The PREVIEW The Southwest Christian Writers Association would like to invite writers from this area to the 36th annual Write for His Glory Conference Oct.…

The power of two

By Jan Davis Special to The PREVIEW Rhett and Crinkles were half boxer, half shar-pei pups when they joined our family. Brothers from the same litter, they were different as…

‘Undoing Unhappiness’ presentation at Luminosity Talks Oct. 8

By Corrie Stuck Special to The PREVIEW Unhappiness is not natural. Your true nature is peace and happiness. Unhappiness comes from believing your thoughts, and you are not your thoughts.…

Pagosa Unitarian Universalist Fellowship to present ‘Yoga: History, Myths, and Bliss’

By Sue Anderson Special to The PREVIEW At 10:30 a.m. on Oct. 4, Andrea Wasserman, a certified and registered yoga teacher, yoga therapist and meditation teacher, will begin by answering…

The strongholds of life

By Lanell Stuart Special to The PREVIEW My daughter was telling me about a house she bought (to resell). There were two fences side by side that held underbrush and…

San Juan Fellowship continuing informational sessions

By Zoë Groulx Special to The PREVIEW The San Juan Fellowship (SJF) held its first of three informational open houses this past Saturday. The second and third informational open houses…