Belinda Jaramillo, owner of Viola’s Place accepts a check from Pajarito Mountain Ski Area general manager Tom Long. Courtesy photo
Marcel Remillieux, owner of Fleurs de Lys French Gourmet Store and Tea Salon on Trinity Drive receives a check from Pajarito Mountain Ski Area general manager Tom Long. Courtesy photo
Melissa Arias, director of Rose Chocolatier and president of Lemonade Living receives a check from Pajarito Mountain Ski Area general manager Tom Long. Courtesy photo
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Pajarito Mountain Ski Area, along with Mountain Capital Partners and the Coleman Family Foundation are delighted to announce the local restaurants that were selected to receive their grant funding.
The local restaurants that received the grant funding are Viola’s, Rose Chocolatier and Fleur de Lys.
“With 16 local restaurants applying, it was a difficult decision,” said Tom Long, General Manager at Pajarito Mountain. “But we are honored to be able to make an impact for these three great, local restaurants.”
The grant, which the Los Alamos Chamber of Commerce helped coordinate and promote in coordination with Pajarito Mountain Ski Area, was aimed at helping local restaurants withstand the difficulties caused by public health restrictions during the COVID-19 pandemic. The fund, which totals almost $5,000, was a percentage of the annual pre-season pass sales, which was matched by the Coleman Charitable Foundation.