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Riding in style
My wife and I paid our first visit to Los Alamos last year. We thoroughly enjoyed our visit, the scenery was wonderful and the people were very friendly. The only downside was the lack of public transport, which meant we were dependent on our son to take us wherever we wanted to go.
We are just back from our second visit and what a difference. Atomic City Transit is marvelous and gave us a great deal of freedom. The service is excellent and only beaten by the friendliness and helpful nature of the drivers. The only slight downside was the absence of benches at the Transit Centre-but I am sure this will be resolved before our visit next year.
Last but not necessarily least was our discovery that we could be temporary members of Los Alamos library. Very useful when you want to relax and have a quiet read.
John and Vi May
Little Forest Playschool thanks all 21 sellers who joined us for a Community Yard Sale Saturday and the volunteers who helped organize the event.
We also thank New Beginnings Fellowship, Crossroads Bible Church and the Unitarian Church for their support and assistance.
The event was enthusiastically welcomed by sellers, and despite construction traffic, buyers found their way. With the help of community volunteers, we would be happy to host the event again. Our website at littleforestplayschool.com will post this and other community events.
president of Little
Forest Playschool board of directors
Recongizing the students
Thanks so much for your article in the June 10 Monitor recognizing the six Los Alamos High School students who were recipients of the Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation scholarships!
The photos of the six recipients and the “Educator of Distinction” truly demonstrated Don Taylor’s remarkable skills as a portrait photographer. Our thanks also to the foundation’s executive director, Joanna Gillespie, and scholarship chair, Rick Reiss! Readers can learn more about Los Alamos Public Schools Foundation and at http://lapsfoundation.com/index.shtml.
Morrie and Cheryl
Pongratz Los Alamos