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Business of the Month 

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June 2019

Cumbres and Toltec Scenic Railroad 

Owned by the states of Colorado and New Mexico, the historic steam railroad runs for 64 miles across the Rocky Mountains, crossing state borders 11 times as it curls across rivers, through tunnels, over trestles and along the lip of canyons, at one point steaming over Cumbres Pass at 10,015 – the highest point reached by any steam railroad in the nation.

The Cumbres & Toltec was originally part of the Denver & Rio Grande Western, San Juan Extension that was built in 1880. It was saved from demolition in 1970 when the states of Colorado and New Mexico stepped in to purchase the railroad and keep it running as an historical example of early railroading in the West. The Cumbres and Toltec Railroad was also recognized as the #1 Scenic Train in the United States!

July 2019

Chama Collectibles 

Chama Collectibles has been operating for five years and is located 2 miles south of the Welcome Center in an authentic Log Home.

Open Wednesday - Saturday 10-5 till the snow flies.

“It’s never dull, with the unique items coming thru the shop,” says Diane.  “It's not just antiques and furniture for sure”, she adds. Clients and customers coming in have told Dianne much Valley history connected to many items in her collection.  Diane has lived in the Chama area for 38 years, has been a member of the Chamber for over 32 years.

Outstanding Members 

2019

 

CHama Valley Humane Society 

Boxcar Cafe 

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Y Motel 

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Cardin's Crossing B&B

Friends of the Cumbres & Toltec Scenic Railroad 

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United Country Real Estate 

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Chama Valley Rotary Club 

Lowe's Chama Valley Supermarket 

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Arriba Concrete 

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Timberline Gifts &

Lucky Dollar Pawn 

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Zia Credit Union-Espanola 

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Fina's Diner 

Where Friends Gather 

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St Patrick's Catholic Church 

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Chama Housing Authority 

Ribbon Cutting Ceremonies

2019

New businesses 

 
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Austin and Karlee Phippen

Chama Trails Inn

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Joe Kanocz
The Chama Hotel and Shops 
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Tony Trujillo
Mossy Oak Properties
Centerfire Realty 
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Ana Tafoya 

Farmer's Insurance 

Ana Tafoya Agency

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Alayna Alariana 

Rio Chama Espresso 

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Ashlyn and Dan Perry

Matt Wallace

Chama Local 

New Western Cuisine 

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Michele Marino, Kimberly Hise and Matthew Gallegos

Realty One of Chama 

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Leon Beier 

Chama Valley Car Wash 

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