The Republican Women's Club of Montezuma County donated several cases of copy paper to the local school districts of Montezuma and Dolores Counties. Funds were raised through raffles held for their Education Fund. "Our school districts have a financial shortfall and this is our small contribution in supporting our school districts," said Judi Lichliter, President. "Several of the superintendents indicated that they were nearly out of paper when we delivered our donation," she added. It meant a lot to the members of the Republican Women's Club of Montezuma County to make this donation at Christmas time. Pictured, from left to right, are officers of RWCMC: Jan Gardner, treasurer; Judi Lichliter, president; Aimee King, president elect; Susanna Turose-Gaddy, treasurer elect and in front, Rosemarie Beall, vice president elect.
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Friday, Feb. 27
A public screening of the documentary “To Light a Candle” will be held at the Cortez Journal meeting room at 5:30 p.m. with soup...