Homemakers talk: San Juan Search and Rescue

By Tozi Rubin
Special to The PREVIEW
On Thursday, Jan. 11, the Mountain View Homemakers club is delighted to present a talk by Mike LeRoux, the vice chairman for Upper San Juan Search and Rescue (USJSAR). He will explain the relationship between USJSAR and the Archuleta County Sheriff’s Office.
USJSAR is a nonprofit and an all-volunteer organization. LeRoux will be explaining what they do and how to activate help in an emergency.
The meeting will begin at 11:30 a.m. at the Community United Methodist Church on Lewis Street. We socialize before we enjoy a potluck lunch provided by members. First-time visitors are not expected to bring food.
NOTE: Our meeting is taking place at the same time as Loaves and Fishes across the street, so parking will be at a premium. Everyone is encouraged to carpool.
Mountain View Homemakers is a 50-year-old women’s service organization. We welcome all area women who are interested in bettering their lives, the lives of their families, and the community as a whole. The monthly meetings include lunch and a speaker or activity. This is a wonderful opportunity to make new friends in Pagosa Country.
There are no dues or membership requirements to join this friendly, interesting and diverse group of women. We meet the second Thursday of every month. So-called homemaking skills are not required.
Please call Tozi at 731-3360 with any questions.

This story was posted on January 10, 2018.