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.4 k, HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD :RMT Students of the Week ;R.V. Traylor Elementary ;chool Students of the Week for the week of of February 13, 2012 were (back) Ruben Scott, Emma Mendoza, Rainy Gonzales, Theresa Ruiz, (front) Natalie Newell, Jaiden , -Darnell and Julius Saiz. Courtesy photo Students of the Week R.V. Traylor Elementary School Students of the Week for the week of February 20, 2012, were (back) i Travis Anderle, Emily Arambula, Jonathan Vera, Aleah Almendarez, Brianna Garcia, (front) RaeAnn Artiaga, Mia Ruiz and Noah Stinehart. Courtesy photo Lordsburg Schools b &apos;000000ilfast/Lunch Menu ",Monday, February 27 Breakfast Breakfast Peanut Butter Nutri Grin Bar .......... Uncrustabe- 1 ;i trir' Cheese Juice " Asst. Lowfat Milk Lunch 'Turkey Ham & Cheese sandwich -" Tator Tots "Lettuce/Tomato/Pickles '<iGrapes Asst. Lowfat Milk o ; Tuesday, February 28 i[ "___":':'' Hidalgo County Learning Center: & Jelly Jice' "':': Asst. Lowfat Milk Lunch Chicken Fajitas Corn Garden Salad Salsa Cherry Applesauce Asst, Lowfat Milk Wednesday, February 29 WNI00U Weekly Word By REBECCA ESTRADA/ . WNMU Western New Mexico Uni- . versity and the Hidalgo County Learning Center will host a Fam- - ily College Expo. Your guide for L college planning. o Do you have question about: ,Am I Ready? What does it take , to get into college? How can I , pay my tuition? All these' ques- tions can be answered when you attend the Family College Expo. Family College Expo will be on February 28. 2012 from 6-7:30 p.m. at the Lordsburg High School. Meet Lordsburg WNMU students, visit with professors, admissions and financial aid rep- resentatives. For more information con- tact 542-3315. Need a New Buy Here, Pay Here! Credit Problerm, No Credit? No Problem! Compre Aqui Page Aqui! No Credito, Mol Credito? No Problema! 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FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 2012 Up with People show will entertain Silver City this weekend Courtesy information When the multinational cast of Up with People takes the ,stage at the WNMU Fine Arts Center Theater (FACT) in Silver City on Friday, February 24th at 7:30 PM and Saturday, February 25th at 7:30 PM, audience members will find something for virtually ev- ery musical taste and interest. Long before American Idol began discovering and refining new talent or High School Musi- and cultures through music and dance with musical stops in Eu- rope, Asia, North America and Africa. "The Sound of Peace" is a poignant moment when the Up with People cast will be joined on stage by children from a local children's group to sing this mov- ing ballad that ends with the lyric, "If you listen to our voices with your heart, you'll hear the sound of peace." cal tapped into the exuberance' of young ensemble casts, Up with People pioneered these attributes while touring the world with their optimistic message of global co- operation and goodwill. Up with People's all-new production is entitled "A Song for the World" which features the energy and talent of a cast and staff of 120 representing 22 coun- tries. The live two-hour perfor- mance includes both original and popular music and is a dynamic blend of feature soloists, full cast production numbers, fast-moving choreography and colorful cos- tames. "A Song for the Worm is re- ally about possibility," explains Up with People Producer/Direc- tor Eric Lentz. "Our goal is to leave our audiences with a sense of believing that each and every one of them has gifts and talents to share. Their song for the world - their ability or skill - may be healing the sick, building a home for the needy, teaching the young. By shining our spotlight on the people and organizations in Silver City and the great work they do, we hope to inspire our audience members to get out and share their gifts - get involved in their own unique way," Lentz added. Audience members will be taken on a musical tour around the world and back in time with special moments including "The Love Medley," a collection of popular music and dancing mo- ments from the last three decades on the theme of "boy meets girl." Throughout the show, inter= national cast members will pro- vide the audience with a glimpse of their own national traditions Several new numbers have been added to the show to speak to young people in their style of music and dance including "Sing Your Song," "One Person" and "Arm Yourself" from top=selling music producer and UWP alumn- Angel Cortes. In addition to Silver City, Cast A 2012's Spring tour,will include 20 cities in the U.S., Mexico, and Europe. In addition to four Super Bowl halftime shows, casts have recently ap- peared at the 2007 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade and as the Opening Act for the 2008 Rose Parade from Pasadena, CA. Tickets are $15 for adults and $10 for students and seniors and are on now sale at upwithpeople.org/silvercity. Up with People's visit to Sil- ver City is sponsored by Western Bank and the League of United Latin American Citizens. The WNMU School of Nursing is the beneficiary of the show. Up with People is an inde- pendent nonprofit, [501(c)(3)] organization without any reli- gious or political affiliations. It provides young adults an inter- national and intercultural expe- rience that teaches service lead- ership and uses the performing arts to deliver messages of hope and goodwill throughout the world. Up with People exists to- day to spark people to action in meeting the needs of their com- munities, countries and the world while building bridges of under- standing as a'foundation for world peace. For more information visit www.upwithpeople.org. Mayor proclaims "Golden Apple Tribute to Teacher Excellence" Day Lordsburg Mayor Frank Rodriguez has proclaimed March 2, 2012 in the City of Lordsburg as "Golden Apple Tribute to Teacher Excellence" Day. On this day in Albuquerque, seven middle school teachers from around the state will be recog- nized with the Golden Apple Award from the Golden Apple Foundation of New Mexico. At the Tribute to Teacher Excellence celebration in Albu- querque, all teachers will be rec- ognized and honored for the very important work they do in all our classrooms, helping to prepare New Mexico's children for suc- cess in life and inspiring them for lifelong learning. Studies continue to show the most important influence on stu- dent learning is the quality of the classroom teacher. Because of the impact quality teaching has on the future success of New Mexico's children. Golden Apple Foundation of New Mexico is dedicated to the mission of rec- ognizing, recruiting and provid- ing professional development for classroom teachers. Golden Apple Award-win- ning, teachers are committed not only to excellence in their own classrooms but also working hands on with new and aspiring teachers through the ;olden apple Scholars Program. The Scholars Program enhances teacher preparation with a com- prehensive program designed to equip aspiring teachers with tools for success in college and for be- ginning their careers. For this reason, Mayor Rodriguez, in proclaiming March 2 as "Tribute to Teacher Excel- lence Day," is calling on all the people of the City of Lordsburg to honor our community's teach- 'ers and to thank them for the dif- ference they make in our children's lives. DTMS Students Of the Week Students of theWeek at Dugan-Tarango Middle School display their certificates with pride.They are Jade Wilds, daime Artiaga and (not pictured) JJ Escobar. Students are pictured with Mr. Ramirez, counselor Courtesy photo ELBROCK DRmLING, LLC " . P.O. 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