Re: Thanksgiving & a Taste of Christmas at Cerro Gordo


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Posted by Cecile on December 03, 2002 at 10:50:55:

In Reply to: Re: Thanksgiving & a Taste of Christmas at Cerro Gordo posted by Coffecan on December 03, 2002 at 01:32:51:

There are no tours of mine, that cost $500.00. The weekend and Cerro Gordo had nothing to do with my tours. Roger and I are volunteers for Cerro Gordo. We donate our time and our money for continued restoration efforts. I quit my real job as a receptionist for the YMCA to devote more time to be able to go up and volunteer at Cerro Gordo. I lived up there for two weeks by myself this past spring and cleaned every inch of the American Hotel mostly by myself. I've already made plans to do the same next year, and I've let the Friends of Cerro Gordo know that both Roger and I are willing to come up and help in any aspect, be it giving visitors tours, cooking, cleaning, helping with restorations. We are not afraid of hard work to help preserve Cerro Gordo's histories for future generations.
As was previously stated, we do offer the free tour for Moose Anderson Days, and we help with the clean-up day. Roger and I are also Friends of Jawbone. Also, inspite of what you may think, Roger and I are not rich, and have big bills to pay like the rest of you. Part of the reason we have big bills is because we donate large amounts of money we don't have to non-profit organizations like the YMCA where I worked and Cerro Gordo. Now that's really none of your business, but I'm telling you to prove who and what we are. If you stll continue to think wrong of me, than you are the one withthe problem not me.


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