Tucumcari High receives new sign

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QCS photo: Steven Hansen
Rudy Blea (left) and Jerry Koile, stand ready to guide one side of the Tucumcari High School sign to its mounting position on its monument-style stand. Gabriel Smith (left)and Mark Preciado let the sign go after guiding it upward.

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QCS photo: Steven Hansen
Jerry Blea (left), Mark Preciado and Jerry Koile move one side of the new Tucumcari High School sign into position.

QCS Staff
The following businesses and individuals have donated funds for a new sign that is under construction at Tucumcari High School, according to the latest list of donors provided by Jerry Koile, project coordinator:
• Young Insurance, $100.
• Citizen’s Bank, $1,000.
• McDonald’s, $500.
• Tucumcari Federal, $2,000
• Wells Fargo Bank, $75
• First National Bank, $1,000
• Lynn Moncus, $300
• Subway, $200
• Masons, $1,000
• Elks, $1,000
• Richard Randals, $100
• Bob’s Pharmacy, $100
• Mesa Redonda Ranch, $100
• Hair Shop, $100
• Everyone’s Federal Credit Union, $250
• First National Bank of New Mexico, $1,000
The following individuals have donated technical support: Aaron McKinney, C.J. Wiegel, Craig Current, Bill Curry, Doug Quarles, Bob Peterson, Thomas Garcia, Nicole Bright-Lesly, Lateresa Brake, Terrie Maestes, Bernadette Mora, Doris Houlihan, Carlos Romero.
The following have contributed materials and labor: Paul Sena, Pacheco Construction, Pavestone, Nitten Bhakta, Johnny Quintana and Son, Lowe’s Ace Hardware, TPS maintenance, Tucumcari Lumber, Michael Baca, Steve Carbajol, Chad Benton, Del Choate, Car Quest, Galvan Industries, Walker Family Ranch, Mike Riddle, Steele Electric, Matt and Bryson Klinger and his agriculture students.
The sign’s construction costs, estimated at $8,500, are funded by community donations, Koile said. Donations have included cash contributions and donated skills and labor from community members.

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