Tony Lynn's Caring Paws Doggie Day Care

by Christie Chisholm, East Mountain Living Magazine, Winter 2010

Tony and Cherie Lynn are dog people. That’s why they opened Tony Lynn’s Caring Paws Doggie Day Care a little over a year ago, and it’s why the East Mountain residents started fostering strays this summer. 

The Lynns became aware of the severity of the homeless animal population after moving here in 1997. “Living in the mountains, some are just dropped on your doorstep,” says Tony. Sometimes, those dogs would just end up staying with them.

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Pediatric Brain Tumor Foundation

by Christie Chisholm, East Mountain Living Magazine, Winter 2010

Cheri Casey’s family has had more than its fair share of cancer. Her grandmother, aunt and uncle all passed away as a result of brain tumors in the last decade. Just within the last couple years, her mother developed breast cancer. And so, not surprisingly, Casey decided she wanted to do something to help the fight against a disease that has been diagnosed in more than 17.9 million Americans.

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What the East Mountain Coalition Can Do for You

by Christie Chisholm, East Mountain Living Magazine, Spring and Summer 2010

The East Mountain District 5 Coalition of Neighborhood and Landowner Associations isn’t the sexiest of names. But the group serves a vital purpose—to unite the communities that make up the Cedar Crest and Sandia Park areas of the East Mountains and give them a voice in local government.

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