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Re: “Mr. Skorman's neighborhood

Poor Richards got me through high school in the 90s during the height of the Colorado Springs culture wars. The movies and books that were available there were available nowhere else. I remember it as being a place where my gay family members could feel comfortable. In the early 2000s, it was a non-judgmental place where my mom was able to lead a support group for people with head injuries. Now, when I come back to Colorado Springs, I bring my kids to the toy store. (It's truly the best indoor toy store / restaurant during the freezing cold holiday season). I'm truly amazed by the legacy of Richard Skorman and Patricia Seator. While it would have been nice to have Skorman as mayor, I think he built and transformed this town much more than any one mayor. Lots of love and gratitude to Richard, Patricia, and their family and friends.

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Posted by DaisyG on 11/05/2015 at 4:27 PM

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