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HIDALGO coUNTY HERALD ! FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2012 Fifteen dogs adopted out at Lordsburg Pet Fair who gave their] time and efforts to mpaeehiSldoaStUth:s;f;ltos of By CANON STEVENS The Pet Fair held on Satur- day, February 18. 2012, was a great success if you count the number of dogs (15) and the one cat that were adopted out. Unfortunately, instead of coming to the event to adopt a pet, many people arrived with their own pets in hopes of find- ing their dog or cat a home. One man came with a box full of pup- pies intending just to leave them. Luckily, he was stopped and then agreed to work through S.N.A.P. to have the mother of the pup- pies spayed Two other individuals who had puppies they wanted adopted out agreed to have their female dogs spayed as well. The good news is that this will help to prevent more unwanted litters in the county. Lordsburg Mayor Frank Rodriguez provided pizza for the event that was enjoyed by all. AmeriCorps and the Border Patrol Explorers were on hand to bathe and groom dogs and then showed the animals to prospec- tive adopters through- out the day. Michelle Sanchez. Peggy Cobleigh and Christy Ortiz all agreed to "foster" puppies of dogs left over until per- manent homes can be found for them. We would like to also thank Animal Con- trol Officer Robert DeLaGarza. the Lordsburg Police De- partment. Orlando Talavera. Hidalgo County Animal Control Officer and the Hidalgo County Sheriff's De- partment for all their support and cooperation in being available and assisting in getting dogs to the event. We are most appreciative and grateful to all of the ipdividuals the puppies whq need a home and consider opening up yours to them ! UPCOM NG EVENTS The Border Patrol Explorers and AmeriCorps were hands on in getting the dogs ready for last Saturday's Pet Fair. Looking for a good home... caring citizensl If you have room in your heart to give this critter a safe home, please contact Canon Stevens at 575-405-9349, Friendly, good with er dogs Lab Mix Beagle Mix, female I I I [ [11 ;l00f b O for City Council Position 1 YOUR Vote is respectfully requested and appreciated My only promise is the commitment to continue to WORK for YOU and OUR Town VOTE IMANUEL D;V n EDO P0s t o 1 ,,.o.,c,.o,o,,, Lordsburg City Council [ I[ l[ I II I[11 II  I [ II I I I I Pitpull, male and Iemale Corinne Adell Massey Corinne Adell Massey, age 80, passed away on Wednesday, February 15, 2012, following a courageous battle with cancer. Corrine was born to parents Atoka and Ethel Stout on Decem- ber 12, 1931 in Phoenix, Arizona. She was the oldest of three chil- dren. who include Beverly Minton (Tucson, AZ) and Jack Stout. She married William Massey in 1951 and the couple moved to Animas. New Mexico. in order to start their family and farming busi- ness. Corrine is survived by he husband. William; her son and his wife. Dennis and Di (Animas); son and his wife. Glen and Jan (Big Springs, TX); 9 grandchil- dren; 10 great-grandchildren; and 4 great-great-grandchildren. She is also survived by her mother. Ethel Stout (Tucson. AZ) and nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her father, Atoka Stout: brother Jack Stout: and grandson. Keith Massey. A private memorial service will be held for members of her immediate family at the First Baptist Church in Animas. NM. Ann McNabb Ann McNabb. also known as mother, mom. auntie sis. and granny Annie went to our Lord on Monday, February 20. 2012. Memorial Service will be held on Saturday, February 25. 2012 at 2pm at Christian Faith International at 400 Lucky Street, T or C, NM She was a longtime resident of T or C. She was the wife of Tommy McNabb. together they owned and operated the McNabb Turkey Farm for over 60 years at 1980 N Date Street. She was pre- Tommy McNabb, her mother- Merle Dean, sister,Nancy Strickland, sister-Jody U n a n g s t, Ann McNabb brother-Jack Dean and Brother Junior Dean. She is survived by her Son-Jack (Vicki) Campbell-Longmont Colorado, three nieces who were her "daughters": Loretta (Mike) Schlegel-Show Low AZ; Jill (Bill) Cavaliere-Lordsburg, NM; Linda (Roy) Fourr Farmington, NM. Grandchil- dren-Mike (Cathy) Campbell- Denver. Colorado, Cindy Campbell-Longmont. Colorado. Chad (Katie) Campbell- Firestone, Colorado and 3 great- grandchildren Spencer. Megan, Tree. To send condolences. please login to: Entrusted to the care of Baca's Funeral Chapels of Sil- ver City, Baca's Silver City Cre- matory, 3805 Delk Drive. Phone 388-2334. Exclusive provider for "Veterans & Fam- ily Memorial Care" make your parenr'sed * Bake a cake for someone * tell yot grandparents you love them * give someone a big hug * be kind to ever0ne * giv blood Continued from Page 1 Zumba Gold Zumba Gold classes will be held from 11 to 12 at the Senior Citizens Center on..Thussdays. For more information call Bridget Payne 575-542,8384 ext. 442. leave message. This week at FUMC This Sunday begins the sea- son of Lent. Pastor Richard Dorsey will begin a lenten sermon series called Bread for the Jour- ney. Members of the church have volunteered to bake a certain loaf of bread for each Sunday. The study begins with the theme of hospitality. All of us want to be good hosts when we have friends and strangers come in our house. The story of Abraham and Sarah from Genesis 18 tells us about hosting strangers and receiving a surprising message. Worship be- gins at 10AM sharp. Be fed physi- cally and spiritually this Sunday. We're at the corner of 3rd and High streets. We've been here for over 100 years. Imagine'chUrch with us this Sunday!! AA/NA Meetings Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are held on Monday from 3-4 p.m. at the Kokopelli Office and on Saturday at 7 p.m. at the First Methodist Church. Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meet- ings are held Mondays from 4-5 p.m., Wednesdays from 3-4 p.m. at Kokopelli and on Saturdays at 5:30 p.m. at the First Methodist Church. For more information contact Kokopelli at 575-542- 3304. Water Aerobics Active and Alive Different Strokes-WEter Aerobics witl be held at the Comfort Inn on Tues- days from 1O to 11 and 11-12 and on Thursdays from 10 to 11.For more information call Bridget Payne 575-542-8384 ext. 442, leave message. VOTE March 6th DANA M. ARREDONDOI Lordsburg City Council Position 2 Thank you for your consideration. Respectfully, Dana M. Arredondo " "1, ''' " '' -" " ' *" " ""t WE OFFER PROFESSIONAL TAX PREPARATION AT AFFORDABLE BOOKK 575-542- t125 212 E. 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