As we commemorate Independence Day, we'll be participating in some of the local parades.
On Saturday, July 3rd, we have two parades going on at the same time in Bayfield and in Pagosa. At 10:00am, my wife Debbie and my sons will be in the Bayfield parade and I will be in Pagosa Springs. Bring your horse, four-wheeler, or just come and walk along with us to show your support. You should be there at 9:00am for the line up.
Then on Sunday, July 4th, come and join me in the Durango parade at 6:00pm. You should be there at 5:00 if you want to be in the parade.
Our nation's founding fathers were inspired by God to establish a land of freedom and opportunity. They pledged their lives and their sacred honor to make that happen. I am proud of that heritage and grateful to God and to these brave men and women who sacrificed all they had to give us this great gift. If you feel the same way I do, then walk with me in these parades. Bring your family and friends and let's get some people excited about this message.
I appreciate all your support!
Monday, June 28, 2010
Saturday, June 26, 2010
Friday, June 25, 2010
It was 60 years ago today that the Korean conflict began. We and people all around the world are indebted to the brave men and women who have fought to protect our freedom on many fronts. If you were one of these veterans or are currently serving in the armed forces, I want to thank you for all you have done and sacrificed for us.
Sunday, June 20, 2010
|I had a great day yesterday starting out with a dedication at the train museum. I met part of the Harper family. The train is a wonderfull asset to our community. The cattlemen's picnic was delicious and fun. The car show downtown was spectacular and was a benefit for "Hospice". "Who's Your Daddy" was fun and was a benefit for the Discovery Museum. I ended the day by auctioning of pies at fundraiser for the 5th and 6th grade Ignacio girls basketball team. I am always amazed at the generosity of so many in our great community. Keep it up! Happy Father's Day!|
Saturday, June 19, 2010
Today I will attend a dedication at the Railroad Museum, the "Who's Your Daddy" fund raiser in Downtown Durango, the car show also at downtown Durango,the Cattlemen's picnic at the Junction Creek Campground, the FFA dinner at the fairgrounds, a family Fathers Day get together, and finally a girls basketball fund raiser at Ignacio. A full day! Thanks for your support. We have yard signs and bumper stickers. Call me. J.Paul
Last evening I attended the retirement party for Lynn Westburg of San Juan Basin Health. When I was a County Commissioner I grew to have the utmost respect for Lynn. She could strech her budget like no one I have ever known. She got most of her funding from sources other than the Counties.She deserves our thanks and respect. The party was attended by many past County Commisioners and health board members as well as many faithfull empoyees, friends, and family. May God be with you, Lynn.
Friday, June 18, 2010
Last evening I attended the Durango Chamber of Commerce "Business After Hours" at Norton's Catering. The food was great. I met a lot of people and handed out a lot of cards. Yesterday morning we a great campaign team meeting. I put signs out on highway160 and County road 240. Big thanks to Davin and Teresa Montoya and Lew Webb.