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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, JANUARY 15 2010 Amanda Silva pushes her son, Max, across the finish line. Former Lordsburg resident paying it forward Earlier this month, more than 200 peopl9 gathered 'in Alamogordo tb participate in the Zack Track, a special event held m the name of Zachary Barnes, a 6-year-old boy who lost his life to cerebral palsy. Among those participating in the event were Amanda Arredondo Silva, for- merly of Lordsburg. The 200 people who partici- pated in the 10k, 5k. 2k or lk events helped to raise money in support of the Stephen J. Wampler Foundation for improving.disable children's lives. Silva took part in the event with her 22-month-old son, Max, who has a rare genetic disorder. He is the second of three people in the world to be discovered with the condition. According to a report in the Alamogordo Daily.News. Silva took part in the event after a wheelchair was donated to her son, despite her reluctance to use one. Once he was in the chair. however, she said the benefits were evident, allowing young Max to do things he couldn't have done before. The chair Max received had belonged to Zachary Barnes. "It was very special." Silva. said. "They didn't just give him a chair. They gave him the abil- ity to sit up and .get stronger." When Mfix gets his fitted chai.r, the Silvas will donate Zach's chair to someone else who needs it, Silva said. But whoever UPCOMING EVENTS I am a determined, single, 42-year-young lifelong resident of Lordsburg. 1 am very concerned with the present trend of business closures and the overall economic state of our city, One of my main objectives is to begin running this city" as a business. Attraction to major industry is of utmost importance .for both continua population- increase, as well as retention The city has seen some interesi:;from potntially great ventures that, in my eshntaholl,"have not been pursued v gorous y. Thi city has so much to offer with respect to natural resources and links to the outside world--railroad lines, Interstate 10, airport access and power transmission lines--all Witlin a few miles. Not to mention.the friendly people and great weather! Of great concern is our housing issue, both with government personnel and local citizens. This is high on my agenda and will be o priority. My dedication and concern for my hometown, business experience and my great relationship with my fellow Lordsburgites qualifies me as an ideal candidate for Mayor, gets it will have to agree to do- nate it forward when they are done with it. The event surpassed its fundraising goal and collected $6.500 for the Wampler Foun- dation. Silva and her husband. Ralph. of Animus. live in Alamogordo with their three children. Vanessa. Little Ralph and baby Max. Amanda Silva is the daughter of David and Sherriiyn Arredondo of Lordsburg. "'Blessings are where they find us. and rarely involve a pot of gold," says proud grand- mother Sherrilyn. "A blessing given requires acceptance and once accepted, requires owning the blessing, appreciating the" blessing, and developing and usifag that blessing to its fullest potential. All that comes after are future blessings and they all require that they be paid for- ward to. enhance others." Senior Citizens Lunch Menu Monday, January 18 Sloppy Joe Parsley Potatoes Mixed Vegetables Pickle & Onion Slices Cottage Cheese/Pineapple Tuesday, January 19 Pork Posole Salad/Dressing Spinach Garlic Bread Pumpkin Spice Cookie Wednesday, January 20 Chicken Fajita Chile 'Beans w/Cheese Gelatin W/Orange Slices Flour Tortilla  Thursday, January 21 Fr a n k M. Stuffed Cabbage w/Rice & Beef Mashed Potatoes odrtgue California Vegetables Cherry WW Bread Cobbler Friday, January 22 Orange Chicken Pasta Salad w/Broccoli V2  Green Bean Almondine Orange Roll/Margarine Bootheel C.owbo00 PoetrU Fiesta 5:00 PM at the Museum 708 East 2nd Street in Lordsburg, NM Lois M.Backer Lois M. Backer, 75, resident of Cotton City passed away Sun- day January 10. 2010 at her home. A memorial service will be Saturday January 16 t at 11 o'clock in the morning at Baca's Funeral Chapel. 811 S. Gold Street in Deming with Reverend Frank Koessell. Pastor of Re- deemer Luther Church officiat- ing. Cremation will take place at Baca's Mimbres Crematory. Lois was born December 25, 1934 in Harrisonburg, Virginia to Wayne and Florence (Bansby) Seachrist. She was a law enforce- ment officer in Davy, Florida and also was an LPN having worked in a Pediatric Hospital in Chey- enne, Wyoming. Lois enjoyed NASCAR. was a member of the Gold Wing Road Riders Associa- tion and was a longtime member of the Lutheran Church. She is survived by her spouse, Florence L. Backer of the home: son. Kenneth Eugene Hartl of Lancaster. PA: daughters, Cynthia Ann Hartl and Karen Lee Hartl of Lancaster. PA: brother. Wes W.B. Seachrist and his wife Mary Jane of Hanover, PA: and several grandchildren and great grandchildren. Lois was pre- ceded in death by 1 daughter, Sharon M. Oster. 1 son. Joseph Richard Hartl. 1 brother. Wayne H. Seachrist: and 2 sisters. Mary Jane Miller and Clara Mildred Wise. Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels and Mimbres Crematory, 811 S. Gold Ave.. Deming, NM 88030. Phone: 575.546.9671 Helen D. Jimenez Helen D. Jimenez. 80. a life- long resident of Lordsburg passed away Thursday January 7, 2010 at Mt. View Regional Medi- cal Center in Las Cruces. Visitation was Tuesday January 12th from 5 to 6 pm at St. Joseph's Catho!i.c Church '-wh'ere .... a prayer vigil will began at 6 o'clock Helen O. Jimenez t h a t evening. Mass of the Resurrection was Wednesday morning at 10 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with Fr. Michael Williams officiating. Concluding services and inter- ment followed at Shakespeare Cemetery. Helen was born February 6. 1929 in Lordsburg to Nicholas and Emilia (Torres) Diaz. Sfie graduated from Lordsburg High School and all her life was an avid Maverick Football fan and en- joyed watching professional wrestling. Helen retired from the Lordsburg Schools in 1994 after 30 years of employment where she enjoyed helping students with their activities and dedicated herself to helping them succeed. Helen was a lifelong member of St. Joseph's Catholic Church. Lordsburg-Hidatgo County Museum Benefit Saturday, February 20, 2010 Top Entertainers! 1 Free Hamburgers! $10 Adults * $7 Students "-" 7"ic00e[s a( Ver[a's 00Ues[ern 00Uear . 980 E.Motel Drive, Lordsburg Visit our Old West Museum Mon-Fri 1"00 - 5:00 PM She is survived by her daughter, Emilia Campbell and husband Thomas of Columbus, NE- sons, Manuel Medina and wife Theresa of Santa Margarita.' CA, Florencio Medina and wife Carlotta of Las Cruces. Felix Jimenez III and wife Martha of Lordsburg; brothers, Candido Diaz of E1 Paso. TX and Nicholas Diaz Jr. and wife Melinda of San Antonio. TX: sisters. Tomasa Gandara and husband Manuel of Lordsburg, Herminia Oku of Co- rona. CA; 19 grandchildren and 6 great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents. her first husband Pedro Lopez Medina and her second husband. Felix C. Jimenez Jr. Pallbearers were Jeff Campbell. Florencio Medina, Miguel Medina, Anthony Reza, Andres Saenz, Robert Medina andMichael Medina. Honorary bearers are Felix Jimenez IV and Alberto Jimenez. Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels, 811 S. Gold Ave.. Deming, NM 88030. Phone: 575.546.9671 Mary Frances Lara Mary Frances Lara. known to most as "Cookie", a former resi- dent of Lordsburg passed away Tuesday January 5. 2010 at the Good Samaritan Hospital in Phoe- nix, Arizona. Visitation was Monday evening January 11 th from 5 to 6 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church where a prayer vigil began at 6 o'clock. Mass of the Resurrec- tion was Tuesday morning at 10 at St. Joseph's Catholic Church with Fr. Michael Williams offici- ating. Concluding services and interment followed at Shakespeare Cemetery. ' Cookie was born May 25, 1956 in Silver City to Rodolfo and Flora Lara. She was a 1975 graduate of Lordsburg High School and has ben a resident of Tempe, Arizona for the last 18 years where she was an Assistant Director at various daycare centers. Cookie enjoyed going to concerts. dancing and stop- ping in at the ca- sino. She Mary Frances Lara especially loved spending time with her granddaughter Julie who was the light of her life. She is survived by her son. Roman Lara of Tempe, AZ; com- panion Mal"celino Quesada o'f Tempe,AZ; brother, Rodolfo Lara Jr. and his wife Rebecca of Co- rona, CA; sister, Rosalia A. Tapia and husband Fernando of Jordsburg; and her beloved granddaughter, Julie Serene. Cookie was preceded in death by her parents, Rodolfo and Flora Lara. 1 brother. Raymond Gonzales, grandmother, Francisca Lopez and her twin sis- ter, Nellie Lara. Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels, 811 S. Gold Ave.. Deming, NM 88030. Phone: 575.546.9671 Continued from Page 1 Step Aerobics Active & Alive step aerobics are held on Tuesdays and Thurs- days from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. a Central Elementary School. For more information call 542-8384 ext. 104 Diabetic su pport group The LaVida Diabetic Sup- port Group will'be rrieeting On Wednesday, January 2T h from 10:0O am-l 1:00 am. This month. Lori Rodriguez with the Coop- erative Extension Service. will be doing a presentation on "Nutri- tion Facts." Come join us and stay informed for either yourself, a loved one in your family, or a friend. For those not familiar with our Diabetes Support Group, we meet every last Wednesday of the month, 10 am-llam in the HMS Conference Room, 530 E. Demoss Street in here in Lordsburg. If you have any ques- tions, please don't hesitate to call Gloria Vargas @(575)542-3047. Team Kids Team Kids is held every Wednesday at the First Baptist Church of Lordsburg from 6:00- 6:45 p.m Team Kids is open to students in grades 1-6. Marquez account An account has been opened at Western Bank in Lordsburg to help benefitJoaquin Marquez, who is currently awaiting a kid- ney transplant. Ask any Western Bank teller for more information. Smoking cessation TUPAC Smoking Cessation Classes will begin on Monday, January 11. 2010, through March 1, 2010. consisting of 7 classes held on Mondays with the excep- tion of 1 class on Wednesday, February 3, 2010. Class time will be @5:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. & will be held @Hidalgo Medical Ser- vices onrnce Room @530 E. DeMoss St,.. i:Lordsiarg'i ::b enroll or for more information, please call Gloria Vargas or Danielle Gomez @the HMS Fam- ily Support Office @542-3046 or 542-3047. We will not be accept- ing new enrollees after the 3 d Class. If you're ready to commit to quit smoking, we're ready to commit to helping you quit! Free cooking classes ICAN Nutritional Cooking Classes to begin January 6 , 13 th. 20 h and 2T h. Absolutely free call t6 sign up NOW! Call Lori @ 575-542-9291. Ruiz account An account has been estab- lished at Western Bank to help raise funds for Elisa Ruiz, who is in need of a kidney transplant due to Lupus. Visit any Western Bank teller to make a donation: Event listings Have your upcoming event listed in the Hidalgo County Her- ald by calling 575.542.8705 or emailing it to hcherald @aznex.net. MLD Because we love you MaryLou Diaz's Tax Preparation and Etc., Service Joselyn Hope Moralez 420 East,4th St, Lordsburg, NM 88045 575-542-3778 "GG" Se Habla Espanot (575) 534-6056 Deming Silver City area (575) 546-0070 (575) 537-0777 Local Calls (575) 542-3330 Reasonably .Priced Funeral And Cremation Services Excellence in service and care for your family should always be affordable,.. It can and always will be with us. i