Q: Are there any restaurants in the Rim country with inside seating that are 100-percent smoke-free?
A: That's a good question. There are some, such as Cucino Paradiso, that are completely smoke-free. There are others, such as Country Kitchen, that offer blocks of time when the restaurant is smoke-free. We would like to ask our readers and restaurant owners to let us know and we will print a list of smoke-free restaurants in an upcoming edition of the Roundup. Send your responses to firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop them off at 708 N. Beeline Highway.
Q: I have heard the Zane Grey cabin will cost us about $300,000. If volunteers are doing all the work, why is it costing so much? What is Dick Wolfe's salary?
A: Dick Wolfe, who receives no salary from the Zane Grey Foundation for the work he is doing, said the cabin is costing only about $150,000 to construct because much of the labor and materials are being donated. No member of the foundation receives a salary, he said. When the cabin is completed, it will be turned over to the Northern Gila County Historical Society to operate, however, the foundation will continue and serve as a fund-raising auxiliary to help maintain the property.
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