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Paria Outpost salutes Nick Ramsay
Paria River Natural History Association is pleased to present an evening with Nick Ramsay of Ramsay’s Towing on Saturday, June 4, at 7 p.m. at Paria Outpost.
“There is always so much bad news in the world today, that every so often it is refreshing to recognize the good deeds and community service of one our local business owners,” said Susan Dodson, president PRNHA. “All you have to do is walk in their office and see the wall full of thank you notes, photos, and letters from stranded travelers to realize how many folks Ramsays have helped, and also how rare it is today to have a Good Samaritan who will go the extra mile to help people in need.”
Nick Ramsay will share stories of his years of helping others. Wrecks, breakdowns, or stuck in the mud, if you know Nick, or have been helped when in need, come and join the fun, tell your tale, ‘roast him or toast him.’ Remember, when stranded call, “2,4,6,8, who do we appreciate!” (Ramsey’s phone number is 644-2468)!
The program will coincide with Paria Outpost’s monthly “All You Can Eat BBQ Buffet” on June 3 and 4 from 6-9 p.m. For more info, call 928-691-1047.
The Paria River NHA is a 501c3 nonprofit with the mission, “To foster appreciation for the natural, historic and cultural resources of the Paria River, Vermilion Cliffs NM, and Grand Staircase Escalante NM and region by promoting the scientific, educational, artistic and recreational activities of the area, to impart stewardship, to provide opportunities for local citizens to support these aspects.”