Adams State documentary film premiered

Left, Adams State alumni Edith Arias and Marisol Cristobel-Lucas shared their thoughts in the Adams100 Documentary Film. They attended the Thursday viewing of the show.

ALAMOSA – Adams100 celebrations continue with the release of the film documenting the first 100 years of Adams State University. Faculty and staff were treated to a sneak peek on Thursday, Sept. 23, and later that evening a premier was held for special guests. A free public viewing of the Adams100 Documentary Film is scheduled for 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 16, in Richardson Hall Auditorium as part of the Homecoming of the Century.

Adams100 sponsors were recognized at the documentary film premier. Those recognied included Adams State President Cheryl D. Lovell; Adams State Alumni Relations and Engagement Director Ashley Maestas; Adams State Office of Title V Initiatives Project Director Marcella Garcia; First Southwest Bank Credit Analysts Paul Dickman and Nick Capra; San Luis Valley Federal Bank CEO Mark Bechaver and Chief Lending Officer Joe Martinez; and Alamosa County Commissioners Vern Heersink and Lori Laske and Alamosa State Bank, the largest Adams100 donor.



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