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HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 2, 2010 9 Teen Maze encourages students to "Fight For Your Life", UFC style By ASHLEY GUTIERREZ and ior Elizabeth Alvarez. "AI- riage. The maze concluded with MICAH MONTIELILHS ,On March 24th,'25 th, and 26 h, the annual teen maze was held at the Lordsburg High School gym where students from Animas, Lordsburg, and San Simon attended. This year's theme was Understanding Fu- ture'Choices, or U.F.C. "The maze this year was really fun, "said Lordsburg Jun- though there wasn't as many events for individuals, the group participation helped us connect to what was being taught with- out feeling alone.' The maze included activi- ties involving drug and tobacco use, alcohol affects, and the af- fects of sexual interaction with multiple partners before mar- a "Talk in the Ring" with sev- eral past abusers of the law who each gave a speech to the stu- dents of their experiences. "The final talk .was emo- tional and heartfelt," said Lordsburg Junior Ashley Gutierrez. "It showed real life consequences to bad decisions, just like the maze did." In the Tobacco Room Photos by ELIZABETH RICHINS/ Hidalgo County Herald Rehabilitated addicts share their stories in the cage. f:o Heri Bajo, AHS, taking sobriety test with drunk goggles. Friday, April 2 Good Friday. Service at 6:30 PM. A short documentary on How Jesus Died: The final 18 hours. You will see the crucifixion from a medical and forensic point of view. You will never see the death of Jesus on the Cross the same way again. The Seven Sayings of Jesus while on the Cross will be presented and will end the night by remember His words to His disciples as they shared i together the Lord s Supper. Saturday, April 3 The movie "The Passion of the Christ" will be presented at 3:00 PM. Limited seating is available. Am,,, ,ti,'eete,l,,,apro,,ce, by Me/Gibson about the [lssi(m of the Christ--the kt,t hours q['Jestts Christ's Ii% Much [' t is based on The Bible, but not all of it: sonw parts, (We based on more mystical Roman Ctttzolic literature detailing what happened during Jestts' last hours, lt!fkntou. because it portrays the sheer horror of what llalpened to Jesus in ztnbearab[y prohmged, bloody attd ,gory detail. GotT doesn't even begin to describe this fihn. Once things" start getting bloody, they don't stop until n'ar the end. This was "prated R, ireslmtecblv because it had only violence and deeply disturbing imag T It is recommended for persons 13 and Hp. Sortie parents chose to take adt,altttlge of the "accontpanied by someone over 17" clause to get children trader that age in.) Sunday, April 4 Early Sunrise Service at 7:00 AM. Make your plans to come and be a part of this remembrance of Mary getting to the tomb and finding out that Jesus' body is not there then being told "He is Risen!" Breakfast at 8:00 AM. Join us for pancakes, bacon, eggs and sausage along with coffee and orange juice. Enjoy and stay for the service! Resurrection Sunday Morning Worship Service at 10:00 AM. Join us as we celebrate the Risen Savior; Jesus Christ! After the service there will be a free luncheon for all who wish to stay and other activities. View Community Church 885 S. Hwy. 338 (between milemarkers 8 & 9) Call 575-548-2539 or 575-386-1255 or email I 1 lit