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Rotary Club of Pagosa Springs to host open house

By Shellie Peterson
Special to The SUN

Photo courtesy John Duvall Rotarians Tom Steen, left, and Codie Wilson, right, present Rotary Community Grants totaling $2,500 to Jody McAlister with Special Olympics, Julie Loar with Archuleta County Education Center, Janeah Weaver with Pagosa Pregnancy Support Center, Leslie White with Pagosa Springs Youth Center and Lynne Bridges with Seeds of Learning Early Care and Education Center. Other organizations receiving grant funds, but whose representatives were unable to attend the presentation, were Pope John Paul II/Immaculate Heart of Mary Food Pantry and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado. Monica McGuire, Don McKeehan and Lassie Olin served on the Rotary Community Grants Committee along with Steen and Wilson.

Photo courtesy John Duvall
Rotarians Tom Steen, left, and Codie Wilson, right, present Rotary Community Grants totaling $2,500 to Jody McAlister with Special Olympics, Julie Loar with Archuleta County Education Center, Janeah Weaver with Pagosa Pregnancy Support Center, Leslie White with Pagosa Springs Youth Center and Lynne Bridges with Seeds of Learning Early Care and Education Center. Other organizations receiving grant funds, but whose representatives were unable to attend the presentation, were Pope John Paul II/Immaculate Heart of Mary Food Pantry and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Southwest Colorado. Monica McGuire, Don McKeehan and Lassie Olin served on the Rotary Community Grants Committee along with Steen and Wilson.

Are you interested …

• in being part of a worldwide organization dedicated to humanitarian projects such as the elimination of polio from the face of the earth?

• in being part of a local service club that gives dictionaries to third-grade students, scholarships to high school seniors and other local and international projects?

• in touching the world?

The Rotary Club of Pagosa Springs is looking for new members who want to touch the world.

Interested?

Join us at our new membership open house and learn about some of the service projects that are happening right here in Pagosa Springs. You might be the missing piece.

You are invited to an evening of introduction to our many service projects and get to know our membership.  Appetizers and beverages will be served.

The open house will be held Monday, March 4, 6 to 7:30 p.m. in the lobby area at 1st Southwest Bank, 249 Navajo Trail Drive.

This story was posted on February 28, 2013.