Volunteer at the Visitor’s Center

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My name is Mary Abrahamsen. My husband, Toby, and I have lived in Superior since 1989. I wanted to write and say thank you to the Superior Chamber of Commerce, and everyone involved in the Annual Superior Home and Building Tour.

I can’t even imagine how much time, energy and preparation goes into making the weekend such a success. I’ve went the past three years and enjoyed it very much. I appreciate all those who have opened their home to the public. What a fun weekend in Superior, for hundreds of people.

On another subject, I would like to encourage those living in Superior to contact the Chamber of Commerce about becoming a volunteer at the Caboose Visitor’s Center. I’ve been doing it about a year. There are a few that have been there, volunteering, since it started. I enjoy it. You meet interesting people promote the businesses and the beautiful surrounding area of Superior. The hours and days are flexible, and, it is easy to learn what to do.

/s/ Mary Abrahamsen

Superior, AZ

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