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6 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 7, 2010, Portal Submitted by JEANNE WILL- IAMS/Rodeo The Chiricahua Peloncillo Historical Society and the Myrtle Kraft.Friends of the Library will sponsor a presentation of writers and publications of the area on Saturday, May 15, at 2:00 PM Arizona time at the Myrtle Kraft Library in Portal. Invited writers are: Dianne Beeaff (POWERS GARDEN); M. E. (Jr.) Gomez (THE OTHER RO- DEO); Gayle Jandrey (GARDEN OF ALOES, etc.); Gerry Hernbrode (PROVINCIAL JUS- TICE); R. W. Morrow (THE CHIRICAHUA JOURNALS); Kim lives publications a Murphy (LOST TRAILS OF THE ARIZONA GAME RANGERS); Helen & Noel Snyder (RAPTORS OF NORTH AMERICA, etc); Jeanne Williams (TRAILS OF TEARS. etc.); Fran Zweifel (ANI- MAL BABYSITTERS, etc.) Eric Hayes will reminisce about THE CHIRICAHUA BULL SHEET, a local mimeographed paper published in Portal by Carson Morrow in 1957-58. Eric, still a school boy, did the cover illustrations and has a complete set of the legendary issues. The original manuscript of his father's regional history will also be on display: PORTAL TO PARADISE ake Portal nd writers day by Alden.Hayes. University of Arizona Press• Books by Brooks White (GALEYVILLE); Rosalie Gilliland; Rick Cachor Taylor and Myriam and Elsie Tales will also be on view as well as Cochise County Historical Journals featur- ing local history. Writers present will speak briefly about their work Some will have copies available for signing. All interested people are cordially invited. If you know of other publications about this area, please bring them to show and add the titles to the Histori- cal Society's archive. For more information, call Jeanne Williams at 520-558-2436. Area 74 fire Sunshine Haven's Sunny Qullter Club Is one of the facility's brightest spots, here ere members of the club along wlth staff coordlnators. Sunny Quilters Club good for SHNH residents. By LORENZO ALBA, JRJSHNH Social Services Director It's a little known fact. but quilting is very good for your health. Dr. Susan Delaney Mech can confirm how therapeutic it can be for you.' "Quilting has several impor- rant health benefits." explains Dr. Mech. Quilting lowers your heart rate ,and blood pressure• It also helps you sleep better according to the good doctor. "Quilters have fewer colds and influenzas; furthermore, wounds heal faster. It also gives you the time and space to think your own thoughts, to dream your own dreams, and to plan your life," adds Dr. Mech. She also explains that the calming rhythms of quilt making allow you to process whatever challenges you face and to listen for that still, quiet voice that brings compassion and guidance into your life• Dr. Susan Delaney Mech took up quilt making in 1985. She has won many ribbons and special awards for her quilts. In 1988, Dr. Mech brought together the love she has for medicine. quiltmaking, and writing and be- gan her long-running column, "Rx for Quilters," for Quilt World Magazine. She has also pub- lished a book by the same title. Quilting is in essence all about love and relationship be- tween you and the material you use and those that hold on to that same love you have for quilting. At Sunshine Haven• the Sunny Quilter Club uses quilting for therapy and friendship. Lqve is always a big part of that time spent together as well. Seven resi- dents and two staff members make up the club. The residents involved are Mathilda Elkins, June Will. Mercedes Kolb. Patti Shamp, Ruth Candelaria. Concepcion Denogean and Aurora Marquez. Staff members are Restorative r, adoptive parents needed in New Mexico Submitted by CYFD Becoming a foster or adop- tive parent can make a huge dif- ference in the life of a child. Join us for an information meeting to be held this month of February in your area. Please call Ronny Diaz, CYFD Poster & Adoptive Parent Recruiter at (575) 434-5950 ext. 121 for more information or visit us on the web at www.cyfd.org. Se Habla Espanol Foster or Adopt a New Mexico Youth DECLARAT ONS OF CANDIDA(:Y DECLARATIONS OF CAND DAC¥ Justin Age: 16 Grade level: 9th Justin is an out- standing teenager with a winning smile. He is definitely a "people person", and will try to get you to play pool or race re- mote control cars. two of his favorite pas- times. Although he likes having fun, Jus- tin also studies hard and is proud of the two awards he re- Justin cently won: Student of the Month and Resident of the Month Jus- tin has a generous spirit and likes making gifts for his friends, who really enjoy both his company and the fleece blankets he makes for them! He dreams of becoming a cowboy and lt~ing art a ranch where he could have horses ... but he loves all animals and would enjoy caring for any kind of'pet. Justin's biggest dream, though, is to become part of an active, sup- portive family with a Morn and Dad. He would also like to stay in contact with his siblings after he is adopted. For further information about this child, please contact Camille Scarcella. CYFD Adop- tion Consultant. at orn xzrtr_lh@s a rtus or 505-827-7450 ext. 1032 (phone For gen- eral information on how you can become a foster/adoptive par- ent with the Children. Youth and Families Department. please call 1-800-432-2075 or 'visit www.CYFD.org •~ CNA Armi Rodriguez and Reha- bilitation Director/COTA/L Johni Gandara. Johni also is the orga- nizer and oversees the club. "The club is used not only for group therapy, but some won- derful friendships have devel- oped within the club." said t The ladies have received rec- ognition by the corporate offices of•Cathedral Rock. They honored the ladies by hanging one of the club's quilt at the corporate of- fice in Fort Worth, TX. Local physical therapist, Ruben Abeyta also recognized them by hanging yet another quilt in his office on Motel Drive. The club members have used their talents to raise funds for the Relay for Life and have also do- nated several quilts for fundraising to the Heritage Quilt Show. It also participates in the Hidalgo County Fair and the Heritage Quilt Show every year. Though the club does meet at the facility in Lordsburg, it would not be possible without family volunteers and donations from the community. The Quilt- ing Bee in Las Cruces also helps out quite a bit." Currently, the club is work- ing on a "Dignity Quilt" for the facility to display. "It's a very ce- lestial quilt," Said Johni Gandara. The Sunny Quilter Club is just one of the bright spots at Sun- shine Haveti. we '~'ncdt~t~ige: ~ff to stop by and take a look. at some of the quilts on disI~lay here at the facility. Footnote: Information on Dr. Susan Delaney Mech taken from Sharon Darling's Quilter's Re- view at www.quiltersreview.com. of us You were special and that's no lie You brightened up the darkest day And the cloudiest sky. Your smile alone warmed hearts Your laugh was like music to hear I would give absolutely anything To have you back and standing near, Not a second passes When you're not on our minds Your love we wil never forget The hurt will ease in time. Many tears I have seen and cried They have all laoured out bike rain i know that you are happy now In heaven until we meet again. Your loving family 'dent' Courtesy submission Provincial Justice, the first novel published by Portal resi- dent Gerry Hernbrode, resonates with her experi- ences as a nun and Tucson inner city school principal which make this gripping suspense story more than a good read. Appro- priately for a book about education, it illumines the reali- ties of a nun's life, such as the weight of the 1 pound serge habit, and the discipline that ulti= mutely saves Prin- cipal Kate Mahoney from a horrible death. Kate, who, like the author, left the Sisters when she realized she had no true vocation, is waked from a vivid dream of her Mother Provincial. The visitation leaves Kate too worried to sleep so she goes to her school in the middle of the night to hear the killing of her much disliked su- perintendent. What follows is a tangled web of motives and more deaths while Kate struggles to keep Saguaro Elemen- tary a safe haven for her 600 students, many of whom have no stability or refuge at home. These chil- dren are strikingly d ~IY:~-" gll~t smart Lol~i¢, ~c)~er- sized Boomer, prissy tittle Gladys and other heart- catching youngsters. Besides overseeing the school's daily bustle, helping teact/ers and dealing with angry, war- r i e d authentic or negligent parents, Kate also visits dangerous neighborhoods m search of truants and elusive parents, for which she is chided by tough ex- CIA School Re- source Officer Theo Bulaski. He turns out to be a great coach for the kids' ball team, though, and he and Kate sink their differences to find the killer of the superin- tendent and ex- onerate one of Kate's best teachers. All along, Mother ,Gerry Hernbrode Provincial ad- vises and seeks for clues since being dead has not given her to- tal knowledge. The book (Imago Press, $15) is available at Portal and Rodeo Stores and the Chircahua Gallery or through Amazon.cam or Barnes&Noble.cam For person- alized autographed copies, send $15 plus $2.50 postage and han- dling to Geraldine Hernbrode, PO Box . Portal. AZ 85632. Gerry will also have books available at the Publications and Authors Day sponsored by Myrtle Kraft Friends of the Li- brary and the Chiricahua Peloncillo His- torical Society. All are wel- comed at the event, which will be held Saturday, May 15, 2010, at 2:00 p.m. in the Portal I, Lloyd V. Payne, hereby announce my candidacy for re-election to the office of I-l~dalgo County Probate Judge. Lloyd V. Payne I. David A. Ramos, hereby announce my candidacy to the office of County Commissioner Position 1. subject to the Democratic Pri- mary Election to be held June pt. 2010. Your vote & support will be appreciated• Thank You and Muchas Gracias. David A. Ramos I. Jody Hatch. hereby announce my Republican candidacy to the office of Hidalgo County Assessor, subject to the Primary Election June 1, 2010. Your votes of support are appreciated. Jody Hatch I, Saturnino "Nino" Madero. would like to announce my Demo- cratic Candidacy for Hidalgo County Sheriff. I have been the Under Sheriff for Hidalgo County for the past eight years. As a secondary career I am a Certified School Bus Safety Inspector for the State of New Mexico since 1996, performing School Bus Safety Inspections throughout the state. I have been a Firearms Instructor since 1994 and at present I also instruct Survival Spanish to the cadets at Western New Mexico University. Prior to that I have worked for the Motor Transportation Department, the Lordsburg Police Department and started my career with the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Department as a Detention Officer 22 years ago. I have been a big part in appropriat- ing grants and programs that have boosted equipment and vehicles that the Sheriff's Department has today. Your vote on June 1. 2010 will be greatly appreciated• Saturnino "Nino". Madero I~ Mark Thomas, hereby announce my candidacy to the office of Magistrate Judge, subject to the Democratic Primary Election to be held June 1, 2010. Your support .will be appreciated. Mark Thomas I, Warren D. Walter, Republican, announce my candidacy to the office of Hidalgo County Sheriff. Your votes of support at the June 1. 2010 Primary Election will be appreciated. Warren D. Walter I, John A. Hill, hereby announce my candidacy to the office of Hidalgo County Commissioner, Position 2, subject to the June 1, 2010 Democratic Primary Election. Your support will be very much appreciated. John A. Hill \I. Arthur Clark Smith, hereby announce my candidacy for the office of Hidalgo county Commissioner District one, subject to the Democratic Primary Election June 1, 2010. Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated. Arthur Clark Smith I, Clayton Jack Lasher, hereby, announce my candidacy to the office of Hidalgo County Commissioner, Position 2, subject to the June 1, 2010 DemOcratic Priifiary Election. I would appreciate your vote of support. Clayton Jack Lasher Library. postponed until May 17th Submitted by GILA NATIONAL FORESTI Silver City The Black Range Ranger District on the Gila National For- est has rescheduled the Area 74 prescribed fire the week of May t7, 2010. Objectives of the pre- scribed fire are to improve wild- life habitat, range, and forest health. The prescribed fire is located in the Poverty Creek area, about 50 miles northwest of Truth or Consequences, N.M. and 20 miles east of the Beaverhead Work Cen- • ter. Planned acreage for the pre- scribed fire is 9,078 acres. Firefighting personnel will be monitoring and overseeing the project• A portion of the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail (CDNST) located immediately south of N.M• State Highway 59 will also be impacted by the pre- scribed fire as the trail bisects the fire area. 'The temporary closure of a segment on the CDNST may be experienced. If this occurs, a News Release will announce the dates of the temporary closure with the expected date to reopen the trail. It is recommended that hikers contact the Black Range Ranger District (RD) to find out the daily status of the CDNST. Please exercise caution when driving ne~ the project, as smoke may limit visibility along segments of N.M. 59. If smoke is present, drive with your lights on and reduce Speed. Resi~n~:~ the area may ed~permnce:,some~, impact from smoke dUffttg this prescribed fire• For additional information, contact the Black Range RD. (575) 894-6677, or visit the for- est website: http://fs.usda.gov/ gila I. Larry E Martinez, hereby declare my candidacy to the office of Hidalgo County Commissioner, Position 2, subject to the Democratic Primary Election June 1, 2010. The future of Hidalgo County is based on: • Our Children - Economic Growth - Education - Government transparency with spending - Opportunity for jobs with work ethics Your support in the upcoming election will be greatly appreci- ated. Larry P. Martinez I, Martina "Tina" Elias, hereby announce my candidacy to the office of Magistrate Judge, subject to the Democratic Primary Elec- tion to be held on June 1, 2010. Your vote and support will be greatly appreciated. Martins "Tina" Elias I, Darr Reynolds Shannon, a Republican hereby declare my can- didacy to the office of Hidalgo County Commissioner, Position 2. Your vote of support during the November 2, 2010 General Election will be very much appreciated. Darr Reynolds Shannon I, Ed Kerr, ask for your vote for Hidalgo County Commissioner Position 1 in the November general election this fall. Ed Kerr I. Tommy Ray Lopez, hereby announce my candidacy tO the office of County Commissioner Position 2, subject to the Democratic Primary Election to be held June 1~t. 2010. Your vote. support and confidence ~n me will be very greatly appreciated• Tommy Ray Lopez I, Nyla Dawn Walter, Republican, declare my candidacy for Mag- istrate Judge of Hidalgo County. t respectfully request your vote in the General Election. November 2, 2010. I will honor your support with honesty and fairness. Nyla Dawn Walter I, Theodoro V. "Chopo" Castillo, hereby announce my candi- dacy to the office of Hidalgo County Assessor, subject to the Demo- cratic Primary Election June 1. 2010. Your support will be very much appreciated. • Theodoro V. Castillo 1, Rogelio Villa IV , hereby announce my candid.acy to the office of County Commissioner Position 2, subject to the Democratic Pri- mary Election to be held June 1st, 2010. I received a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from St. Edward's University in Austin, Texas. 1 have interned for Clark, Thomas, & Winters Law Firm. I have worked on a gubernatorial campaign for Tony Sanchez in 2002 in Texas. I received my Master of Arts in Teaching from WNMU in 2007. Your vote and support will be deeply appreciated. RogeliO Villa IV I, David Johnson, a Democrat, hereby declare my candidacy 'to the office of Hidalgo County Commissioner, Position 1. Your vote of support during the June 1, 2010 Democratic Primary Election'will be very much appreciated. Thank you. David Johnson paid by candidates ] ] ,1= ]