Durango cleans up nicely for ‘A Black Tie Affair’

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Durango cleans up nicely for ‘A Black Tie Affair’

Durangoans show up in style for 2018 Snowdown events
Members of Team Dead Mother Putters stop and play a hole on Saturday at the Palace Restaurant during Snowdown 2018 Outlaw Josie Pete’s Golf Tournament.
Naval officers, from left, Dan Gallagher, Ty Otteson and Scott McLennan, play a hole at the Palace Restaurant on Saturday during Snowdown 2018 Outlaw Josie Pete’s Golf Tournament. The submarine officers are stationed in Norfolk Va., on the USS San Francisco. Otteson, who grew up in Durango, brought his buddies to town for Snowdown.
Randy Gerken, left, and Jay Swan help serve up dishes at the annual La Plata County Search and Rescue Pancake Breakfast held during Snowdown weekend on Sunday. An event organizer said 750 to 800 people normally show up when all is said and done.

Durango cleans up nicely for ‘A Black Tie Affair’

Members of Team Dead Mother Putters stop and play a hole on Saturday at the Palace Restaurant during Snowdown 2018 Outlaw Josie Pete’s Golf Tournament.
Naval officers, from left, Dan Gallagher, Ty Otteson and Scott McLennan, play a hole at the Palace Restaurant on Saturday during Snowdown 2018 Outlaw Josie Pete’s Golf Tournament. The submarine officers are stationed in Norfolk Va., on the USS San Francisco. Otteson, who grew up in Durango, brought his buddies to town for Snowdown.
Randy Gerken, left, and Jay Swan help serve up dishes at the annual La Plata County Search and Rescue Pancake Breakfast held during Snowdown weekend on Sunday. An event organizer said 750 to 800 people normally show up when all is said and done.
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