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COVID’s impact continues to be felt, but some things are getting back on track, like the Town of Taos plans to refurbish and improve the three public parks within its limits, all of which have fallen into disrepair over the last year-and-a-half: Kit Carson Park, Eco-Park and Fred Baca Park.

As she is called by her family and friends in New Mexico, was born on March 23, 1938, in Garmisch, Germany. Her twin sister, Erika, sadly passed away shortly after her birth. Although her early childhood played out amongst wartime deprivations it was a happy one due to the loving care and resourcefulness of her mother, Felizitas Born.

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The facility has been officially closed to the general public since the pandemic began, but has offered limited services to groups like the Taos Swim Club by appointment only.

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When the COVID-19 pandemic closed schools and shuttered sports facilities, many young athletes got sidelined. The lack of cleats, bats and skates put many aspiring athletes into a funk.

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Vince Ann Wahlrab, director of the Skating Club of Taos, remembers a time when a lot more Taoseños strapped on a pair of skates.

"Several years ago Taos had a synchro team and that year was the largest number of skaters we had," Wahlrab wrote in an email. "Currently one of our staff has been working with her children to learn basic synchro skills. Synchro skating uses basic skills to form patterns on the ice where the skaters perform these skills in unison. Like synchronized swimming."