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10 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, APRIL 5, 2013 rite Juni at the April 6-7 Courtesy submission Juni Fisher is an award-win- ning Western musician, most re- cently honored by the Western Music Association as Entertainer of the Year and Female Performer of the Year for 2011. In addition, her original song, "Yakima," re- ceived the 2011 Song of the Year award from the WMA. Born in the San Jooquin Val- ley of California, Jtini Fisher spent her early years training horses, as well as working on cow- calf operations. She now tours the country full time, delighting audiences with her original songs, storytelling, and guitar playing. One of Fisher's poignant sto- res told in song tells of a young Irish immigrant woman who comes to the Old west as the wife i of a U.S. Cavalry soldier and en- performances starting at 2 p.m. counters an Indian woman as they For reservations, call 520-378- each wash clothes on opposite 6165, or email reserva- banks of "The Same tions@ arizonafolklore River." Later both .com. Admission is women mourn on the $15.00 for adults and banks of the river af- $6.00 for children 17 ter their husbands are killed in one of and under. the many battles of To get there: the Indian Wars. Go 6 miles This and other south of Sierra songs bring the Old Vista on Highway West to life as no 92 to Ramsey Can- history books can. yon Road. Turn Make your right (west) on reservations soon Ramsey Canyon to hear this out- Road, drive 3.3 standing performer, miles into the can- an audience favorite at the AFP. Juni Fisher yon, and watch for If you go: the AFP entrance Doors open at 1 p.m., with and sign to the left. , ad ptive parents About the Arizona Folldore Pre-serve: nl in N Submitted by CYFD Becoming a foster five' parent can make a ference in the life of a Join us for an information meet- ing to be held this month of February in your area. Please call Ronny Diaz, CYFD Foster& Adoptive Parent Recruiter at (575) 434,5950 ext. 121 for more informa- tion or visit us on the web at Se Habla Espanol Foster or or adop- huge dif- child. Adopt a New Mexico Youth Name: Kay-cee Age: 14 Story: Kay-cee is a special young lady who is mature for her age, and who has been known to be a positive influence on other children. She is funny and ener- getic and she loves to talk! An intelligent girl, she is in the gifted program at~her lfigh school, where her favorite subjects are math, reading and science. This is a well-rounded young lady: she enjoys drama, reading fiction, lis- tening to music, sewing, crochet- ing, writing poetry, and swim- ming. Since she has a kind and giv- ing nature, Kay-cee would like to be a pediatrician or a defense at- torney when she grows up ... though she wouldn't mind being famous while she's at it! At mealtime, you might find Kay-cee enjoying her favorite foods: spaghetti, green bean casserole and tres leches cake. Kay-cee would like a two-parent home with lots of children and pets. She relates best to children her age or younger. Kay-cee attends weekly counseling and would need ongoing support from her new family to continue to make good choices. She would prefer an Albuquerque adoptive home where she can continue to attend her current high school. For New Mexico children, both home studied and non-home stud- ied families are encouraged to in- quire. Only home studied fami- lies from other states should in- quire ................ For more information about adopting or fostering through the New Mexico Children, Youth and Families Department, please visit or call 1-800- 432-2075. Kay-cee IN APPl2r_CIATION SR(IM lll~,~ I0 I]A.LI & I] llO & I1. M INI. Ct aco. . io ra,u & lmt s trio p a ta. Tucked off the beaten path in beautiful Ramsey Canyon, the AFP offers an intimate, appealing theater seating just 60 guests. The rustic, comfortable perform- ing space also boasts excellent acoustics and a state-of-the art sound system. The AFP book- store stocks CDs by featured art- ists as wel! as Western-themed books and art, /dong with hand- made jewelry, pottery, and soaps. Beverages and snacks are avail- able for purchase to enjoy during the performance. Operated in partnership with the University of Arizona Sierra Vista and staffed entirely by vol- unteers, the AFP is a 501(c)3 or- ganization. Now in its 16th sea- son, the AFP's mission is "to col- lect, present and preserve the songs, stories, legends, myths, and western poetry .of the State of Arizona" Coming soon: Upcoming performers at the AFP include folk and Western musician Tony Norris on April 13 and 14 and AFP Founder and Arizona's Official State Balladeer, Dolan Ellis, on April 20-21 For more information, including per- formance schedules and addi- tional information on featured rtis s, visi the AFP Web itei, or call 520-378-6165. ', Cottage House 575.542.8880 ,tl[l_ t'lllO MEII I) tl t M ltl U "To be scm lra== the body to be prescm witk dte I.aM." 2~ ot. J;~' H LOCALLY' & OPE TED 575-494-1385 , r We Will Help You Keep More Of t !2: WE OFFER PROFESSIONAL TAX PREPARATION SERVICES AT AFFORDABLE PRICES. 2112 E: * A" Lolrdsll rg : [ LHS Cheer attends NM Spirit competition Members of the Lordsburg High School Cheerleading squad recently participated in the 20!3 New Mexico State Spirit competition in Rio Rancho, NM. The girls did not place, but had good perfor- mances (below). Pictured above are (back) Danielle Botello, Alyssa Palacios, Jessica Sanchez, Marissa Ruiz, Gabby Gutierrez, Jessica Gonzalez, (front) Breaon Young, Devinee Whipple, Chelsea Huerta, Billie Young, Emily Dominguez and Ciarra Garcia. Courtesy photos r i.[, II. , ~%. ~ | ' t ; t ~ I