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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MARCH 4, 2011 Relay Kick-Off Event a success The 2011 Relay For Life Committees hosted a Kick Off event to give teams the opportunity to register with volunteers (above). Below, Dr. Roland Snure, who specializes in breast cancer surger- ies, was a guest speaker at the event last Thumday night at the Hampton Inn. Below right, Ramon Macias; Community Relationship Manager with the American Cancer Society, shared personal stories and incentives for those in attenance to participate in the annual Hidalgo County Relay for Life, scheduled for June 17-18.  Hidalgo County, HERALD 212 E. Motel Drive Suite B Lordsburg, NM 88045 $30 per year Name Address City, State, Zip WNM Communications High Speed Internet WNM Communications is currently offering low cost . GilaNet 1,5 Mb High Speed Internet Service to new customers in the LORDSBURG AREA, $17,95] month for the first 6 Months No Installation Charges, FREE MODEM ($60.00 value) (One Year Agreement Required) Stop by our Lordsburg office for a "Test Drive" 212 Main Street in Lordsburg , Call us at 575-542-3299 Or ernail us at www.WNMC-Lordsburg.corn State-Of-The-Art lSpam @ Modem Rat. Technology .... Filtering Included Assurance  High-Speed Internet b E-real Not available inall areas. Data Rates may vary and some restrictions apply. Current WNM Communications Internet Customers are not eligible for this offer. Limited time offer. Enrichment Center structurally sound, sufficiently intact to justify preservation and restoration Continued from Page I ing the demolition phase, while Windows and 'exterior doors to further inspection. Following structural members are exposed, provide a true weather tight the removal of asbestos contain- it is recommended that a struc- building. New windows and ing materials, it is recommended rural engineer conduct a more doors will save on heating and that careful interior demolition thorough analysis on the roof cooling costs. It is recommended -and removal of additional ceil- trusses and the floor joists. It is that interior doors be restored to ing, floor, and paint materials be recommended that a new roof be their original condition as their executed. Most all roof and ceil- installed to prevent any continu- beauty will preserve the histori- . ing coverings cal signifi- are destroyed cance of the beyond repair, b u i 1 d i n g. Due to the Upon a visual large amounts inspection of of furniture the exterior of and miscella- the building, neous debris the masonry piled in many construction of the rooms, it seems to have is necessary to maintained its first remove structural in- these items and tegrity. It is our salvaged "if. assumption possible. The that an esti- vault contains mated 5% of many historic the. mortar documents joints are in that should, be need of retrieved and repointing. It is a r c h i v e d .. recommended Along with the demolition, all ous water damage. Due to the dr- that vegetation growing under interior walls should be stripped chitectural beauty of the truss the foundation be killed but not Of paint and plaster/sheeh'ock re- system above the auditorium, it removed. Removal may cause paired in preparation for ne'w is recommended that the trusses undue damage to the existing iprimer_and a Single coat of paint, be exposed and eliminate the foundation. Vegetation protrud- The interior demolition must be need for a ceiling in the audito- ing from underneath the founda- a well-planned and careful pro- rium. Care should be taken dur- tion should be cut back to ground cess to ensure that the structural ing the demolition and place- level and sprayed with an herbi- integrity of the building as a merit of a new roof system in or- cide. The outside grade niust be whole is not jeopardized. From der to not cause any damage to. reshaped for positive drainage. the structural and cost analysis it auditorium trusses and classroom Also recommended is a finish is proven that this is a feasible wing trusses. The 2rid floor wood grade of the entire site in consid- restoration and rehabilitation flooring should be removed, to eration of a potential owner who proJectand upon completion it expose the floor joists to facili- may wish to landscape or have a can continue to gerve the citizens tare a more thorough examination paved parking lot.Estimated for water damage and material in, project cost summai'y (includes of Lordsburg in various ways such as offlce space for businesses, tegrity. It is estimated that up- labor, materials, disposal, and a meeting hall, or a community proximately 20% of the floor equipment): Interior demolition activity center. A first step preser- joists are in need of replacement - $155,100; new roof -$40,700; vation and rehabilitation is esti- due to water damage. Any and all flooring - $30,000; sitework - damaged joists should be either $3,420; asbestos remediation mated at $784,000.00. Also, rec, . . .... , ommendations and c.osts, con- replaced or Slstered" to a new $148,900; paint/removal sider the health of the building structurally sound joist. [Defini- $38,200; mortar restoration - tion of sistered: To attach a new $17,500; windows and doors - and those who enter, as well as repair of structural members. Dur- member to an existing member to $170,100; leveling concrete enhance strength.] - The existing floor - $4,100. Estimated project e,,,..,,. 00wa, was foun00,o in indu00in00 tax ovor OlllUi cient condition, however, it is rec- head and 10% profit is $784,500. ommended that existing paint le The existing structure is found to Citizens Lunch removed and 'walls repaired, be sufficiently intact to justify primed and painted to a finished preservation and restoration. condition. Currently all windows Given the Enrichment Center's Menu and exterior doors are boarded'up long history within the City of preventing a thorough inspection Lordsburg-, it is important, that the of their conditioh:'Our recom- building be preserved for future Monday, March 7 . , mendation is to replace Xisting. generations. CliidlehStrips Glazed Carrots Br llCsiargarine  Pineapple ' Oatmeal Cookie PRESCHOOL CHILD FIND Tuesday, March 8 Oil March 4, 2011 at R.V, Trayior Elementary Carny Adovado 9:00 am to 2:00 pm/ Birth to 4yrs Spanish Rice Country Blend Vegetables Developmental screenings will be offered for: Speech/Language Flour TOrtilla skills, Gross/Fine motor skills and Social Emotional support Fruited Jello For more information Wednesday, March 9 Please call 575-542-3252 Tuna & Shells Tossed Green Salad Bring your child's immunization records; Walk-ins welcomed Ranch Dressing Sponsored by the Hidalgo County Coalition Life Qudst, Head Start CraCkers and Lordsburg Schools Peaches Hallazgo Preescolar de Nifio Thursday, March 10 Baked Pork Loin El 4 de Matzo de 2011 en R,V. Traylor Elemental Mashed Potatoes & Gravy D6 9:00 am - 2:00 pm / d6 a luz a a 4 afios Green Beans Biscuit Las desarrollo sertin ofrecidas pard Apple Cobbler Discurso/habilidades pard hablar idiomas Obtiene unos beneficios Friday, March 11 brutos de/bien habilidades y apoyo motrices emocional social Pizza Pard m informaci6n por favor llamada 575-542-3252 Pasta/Marinara Sauce Traiga registms de ia inmunizaci6n de su nifio Brussels Sprouts Con acceso directo dido la bienvenida Orange Victor A. Nwachuku, M.D. Obstestrics and Gynecology Michelle Diaz, M.D. Obstestrics and Gynecology Gail Stamler, C.N.M 1618 E. Pine Street Silver City, NM 88061 Phone (575) 388-1561 Fax (575) 388-9952 roR worN FREE Tuesday Nights at the Movies Have Returned 7:00 PM March 8: "Live Concert" - The Peace Family :- 6:3OPM March 15: "Atlanta Homecoming" - Bill & Gloria Gaither March 22: "The RevoliJtionary" - a portrayal of Jesus starring John Kay Steel March 29: Gaither Video-"All Day Singin' At The Dome" Lord's Living Water Lighthouse 807 Duncan Highway (US 70), L0rdsburg I