From left, Navajo Refining Community Affairs Coordinator Shannon Johnson and Artesia City Councilor and Navajo Representative Jeff Youtsey present Mayor Phillip Burch and City Councilor Jose Aguilar with a check for $25,000 on behalf of Navajo Refining. The funds will be used to renovate Guadalupe Park, specifically providing amenities such as new lighting and park benches. “We’re all very grateful to Navajo,” said Aguilar, who has been recently lobbying for funds to improve the park. “They have always been a very community-minded corporation, and I’m very grateful for how much they’ve been willing to share with us on this project and throughout the years.” “I’m extremely grateful to Navajo for making such a generous donation,” Burch said. “This is just another example of how generous the businesses in Artesia are to the community.” Rob Larson – Daily Press

From left, Navajo Refining Community Affairs Coordinator Shannon Johnson and Artesia City Councilor and Navajo Representative Jeff Youtsey present Mayor Phillip Burch and City Councilor Jose Aguilar with a check for $25,000 on behalf of Navajo Refining. The funds will be used to renovate Guadalupe Park, specifically providing amenities such as new lighting and park benches. “We’re all very grateful to Navajo,” said Aguilar, who has been recently lobbying for funds to improve the park. “They have always been a very community-minded corporation, and I’m very grateful for how much they’ve been willing to share with us on this project and throughout the years.” “I’m extremely grateful to Navajo for making such a generous donation,” Burch said. “This is just another example of how generous the businesses in Artesia are to the community.”
Rob Larson – Daily Press