Betsy Harrison & Tami Graham Resign After Collective 2+ Decades with MVR

By |2021-10-26T10:05:13-06:00July 14th, 2019|

For the past 13 years, Betsy Harrison and Tami Graham have served on the board of directors for Mancos Valley Resources (MVR). That adds up to over 50 board meetings, thousands of group emails, countless volunteer hours and most importantly, an unwavering commitment to the Mancos Valley and its citizens. Their dedication and vision have [...]

New MVR Project, Mancos Valley Dragonfly Preschool, to Hold FUNdraiser May 23rd

By |2021-10-26T10:05:41-06:00May 1st, 2019|

With seven board members, a dedicated interim teacher, 10 active volunteers, and many other donors and behind-the-scene community supporters, it's no surprise that Mancos Valley Dragonfly Preschool (MVDP) will soon be a reality. The school, Mancos Valley Resource's latest project as of fall 2018, is under construction on land provided by Deer Hill Expedition owners [...]

Mt. Lookout Grange is MVR’s 2018 Project of the Year!

By |2021-10-26T10:05:41-06:00March 4th, 2019|

The Journal February 13, 2019 By Erika Alvero The Mount Lookout Grange has been named the 2018 Project of the Year by the Mancos Valley Resources Board and was honored at the group’s annual meeting this week. Mancos Valley Resources, a nonprofit focused on “preserving and enhancing” cultural and community assets of the Mancos Valley, [...]

Mancos Resident Reflects on the Importance of the MLK Breakfast

By |2021-10-26T10:05:41-06:00January 1st, 2019|

"We do the annual MLK Breakfast to raise awareness of where we've been as a country. This event has always been successful. It seems to have its own momentum." ~Patricia Burk, MVR Board Member, MLK Breakfast Organizer Story by Lizzy Scully, photos by Betsy Harrison Martin Luther King Jr. (January 15, 1929 - April 4, [...]

The Grain Elevator Gets a New Life

By |2021-10-26T10:05:42-06:00July 21st, 2018|

Story by Lizzy Scully, photo by Grace Kennedy Built in 1935 by Grady Clampitt, The Kennedy/Mancos Grain Elevator has become a landmark in Mancos and a symbol of the town’s long agricultural history. While agriculture is still a mainstay of the Mancos economy, few structures remain showing the historic heritage of farming the valley was [...]

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