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2 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALIJ FRIDAY, MAY 9, 2014 La Fr0ntera participates in NAMI Walk NAMI, the National Alliance on Mental Illness, is the largest education, support and advocacy orga- nization that serves the needs of all those whose lives are touched by these illnesses.This includes persons with mental illness, their families, friends, employers, the law enforcement community and policy makers. The NAMI organization is composed of approximately 1100 local affiliates, 50 state offices and a national office. The goals of the NAMI Walks program are to fight the stigma that surrounds mental illness, to build awareness of the fact that the mental health system in this country needs to be improved, and to raise funds for NAMI so that they can continue their mission. La Frontera New Mexico sponsored a NAMI team, the Stigma Stompers, that participated in a 5k walk in Albuquerque, NM on Saturday, May 3, 2014. LFNM Staff gathered a total of $3,290 dollars in local donations for NAMI. Thanks to all the South West New Mexico Business and individuals for their continuous support towards our community. Picture above are KC, Matt Aguilera, Patrick Saucedo, Edgar Gomez, Julie Caroll, Lindsay Caroll, and Bryan Hodges. Courtesy photo UPCOMING EVENTS Continued from Page 1 Fit Camp Fit Camp, a boot camp style exercise group, is held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:00 p.m. at R.V. Traylor Elementary School. The free classes are open to the public. For more information contact Fabiola Cano at 575-542- 2356. Line Dancing The Crooked Halos ad- vanced line dance group is meets at the Senior Citizens Cen- ter from 6:15 to 7:30 p.m. on Monday and Thursday eve- nings. The Sassy Sunflowers beginning line dance group is meets at the Senior Citizen's Center"frdm' 8:30 to 9:30 a.m. every Wednesday morning. Hunter Louis Rudiger Big 'sisters Kimber and Khloe are proud to announce the arrival of their little brother Hunter Louis Rudiger, who was born on April 29, 2014 at 4:26 am. Hunter weighed 6 pounds 12 ounces and was 19 inches long at birth. He is welcomed with love by Colt, Kasey, family and friends. Bring your water and come join in the fun for some low impact exercise, good music and fun! It's free and no experience is necessary. For more informa- tion call Fabiola Cano 575-542- 2356. Literacy Program The Hidalgo County Lit- eracy Program (HCLP) offers 1-to-l/class tutoring for basic reading, language, math and computer skills. HCLP also of- fers tutoring in English Second Language (ESL) and pre-GED/ GED prep. Office location is 317 E. 4 th St., Ste. B. Entrance to HCLP is located off the al- ley, second door to the right. Contact Program Director, Sherri Arredondo at 575-313- 7738 or 575-542-9407, email help @ aznex.net Step Aerobics The Active and Alive Hot Steppers Aerobics class is held at 6 PM at Central Elementary Tues- day and Wednesday. For more in- formation call Fabiola Cano 575- 542-2356. Emergency food boxes Emergency Food Boxes are available to families in need at La Frontera NM, located at 332 E Motel Dr in Lordsburg. To get a box, stop.in anytime lVlonday through Friday from 8:30 am to 12 noon. For more information " about this or other food programs in Hidalgo County, call Christy at 520-507-0455. AA/NA Meetings Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are held on Wednesdays from 8-9 PM at 1036 E. Motel Drive and Fri- days at noon at La Frontera in Lordsburg. Narcotics Anony- mous (NA) meetings are held on Saturdays from 5:30-6:30 PM at the First Methodist Church. For more information call 575.542.8115 or 575.654.6698. Wednesday Bible Study The Church of Christ (5 'h & Pyramid) hast started Wednesday Bible study again at noon. The study hour is open to men and women. For more information contact Karen McDonald at 575- 313-5963 or Lindy Kerr at 575- 538-8446. Water Aerobics Active and Alive Water Aero- bics will be held at the Comfort Inn on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 11 to 12. For more informa- tion call Fabiola Cano 575-542- 2356. Suicide prevention Suicide Prevention meetings are held the first Monday of each month at the Hidalgo Complex in Lordsburg at 7:00 p.m. The public is invited. Fuente de Vida Church Welcome to Fuente de Vida Church at 1032 Motel Drive. Worship is every Sunday at 11 AM and Wednesdays at 7 PM. Services are open to everyone. Veteran photos The Hidalgo County Her- ald is currently accepting pho- tos of veterans to be added to our existing database of more than 300 photos. If you or your loved one was not included "in the 2005 collection of photos, please bring your photo to the Herald on Mondays from 9 to 2 or Tuesdays from 9 to 5 p..m. You will also need to provide branch of armed forces served and war or conflict the veteran served in, if applicable. If you are unsure whether or not the photo is on file, call 575-542- 8705. Listing your event Have your upcoming event listed in the Hi.dalgo County Her' aid by calling 575.542.8705 or emailing it to hcherald @aznex .net or hcherald@ hotmail.com Things to ask Our Elected Officials/Law Enforcement: WHO is going to take accountability/responsibility for all the lawsuits and policies that shotdd have been re-written 4, or even 8, years ago? HOW many lawsuits have there been and what is the final cost? How many more to come? Where, and how much, money has been saved? WHY do our Peace Officers/Law Enforcement not aid or help in expanding our tax base? Why do they live off of federal/state grants that eventually run out? Why can't they live within their means? (Grants add to the debt-someone has to pay for them!) WHEN did PEACE OFFICER become Police Officer? Has our democratic republic becorn, e an Aristotle Police State? Did we give up our Constitutional Rights, 4th Amendment? WHERE do we want our community/country to stand, to be in 4 years? 8+ years? WHAT are we as a community/country leaving to our children? Their children? More bad debts? More bad policies? LESS FREEDOMS and RIGHTS? TIME TO DO THINGS DIFFERENTLY VOOT I The Name YOu can TRUST'The Name yu can Remember l MORGAN 0 DONNELL RESPECT 4 H'DALGSHERIFF +oo+00 rCOUNTY I Governor announces first. 00r-its-kind Wellness Program for state employees Courtesy submission This week Governor Susana Martinez announced New Mexico's first-of-its-kind state wellness program designed to improve health outcomes and save taxpayer dollars. Under Gov- ernor Martinez's initiative, State & Local Public Body (LPB) em- ployees, spouses, and domestic partners who have medical cov- erage with New Mexico's Group Benefits Plan will have easy ac- cess to wellness check-ups and screenings. "This is an important step in adapting to the challenges pre- sented by health care reform," said Governor Susana Martinez. "As health care costs continue to rise nationally, taking a proactive approach to providing preventa- tive care helps us reduce health care costs due to injuries and chronic diseases and illnesses. This will keep our families and communities healthier and save taxpayer dollars. Innovations like this show how New Mexico con- tinues to lead through the health care challenges we face." Beginning this month, the State of New Mexico will bring wellness checkups to employees near their place of work. Eligible employees will be able t'o sched- ule a 45 minute health evaluation by a licensed Nurse Practitioner (NP) and health techaician, pro- vided by Blue Cross Blue Shield+s partner, Catapult Health. These appointments will include labo- ratory-accurate testing such as cholesterol and glucose levels, height, weight, blood pressure, and others, and will then be re- viewed onsite with participants by the NR These screenings can help identify health problems such as high cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, and oth- ers. "We want our employees to lead happy and productive lives, and good health is a major part of making that happen," said New Mexico Risk Management Divi- sion (RMD) Director A.J. Forte. "Early detection and prevention World Asthma ,Day in New Mexico Continued from Page 1 symptoms or asthma attacks. Assess asthma severity at the initial visit to determine what treatment to start to get your asthma under control. Assess and monitor how well controlled your asthma is at follow-up visits. Your doctor may need to adjust your medicine to keep asthma under control. Schedule follow-up visits at periodic intervals, and at least every six months. Avoid or control environ- mental exposures such as aller- gens or irritants that worsen your asthma. These actions are based on guidelines for improving asthma control and care from the Na- tional Asthma Education and Pre- vention Program (NAEPP) that is coordinated by the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI), a part of the National Institutes of Health. If you have asthma but have not yet developed an asthma ac- tion plan, the Department of Health encourages you to work with your healthcare provider to develop one and discuss how to use it. of potential conditions will help ensure better health, which keeps health costs and insurance premi- ums as low as possible in the long runY This new program offers in- centives to participants to take a proactive approach to health and wellness by offering VISA giftcards for participation, and additional incentives to those who have reduced certain risk factors after a one-year follow-up evaluation. While eligible State and LPB employees previously had access to wellness checks through their providers, few took advantage. Offering these screen- ings onsite, with participation in- centives, will encourage more employees to engage in these dis- cussions about their wellness, helping to detect health problems earlier. Obituaries sports was one of his favorite Danny Robert DeBusk Danny Robert DeBusk, 63, of Silver City, passed away on May 2, 2014 at his resi- dence. A Visitation will be at Bright Fu- neral Home Chapel on Thursday, May 8, 2014 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m. A Funeral Service will follow at Bright Funeral Home Chapel on Thursday, May 8, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. with Mr. Tip Ward officiat- ing. Anyone who knew Danny Robert Danny DeBusk was aivays greeted by him saying "How are you this morning?" Danny Rob- ert DeBusk was born March 18, 1952, in Council Bluffs, Iowa to Jimmie Sr. and Jacqueline DeBusk. He is survived by his wife of 28 years, Harriet DeBusk; two sons, Trent and Taylor; and two brothers, David and Jimmie Jr. He was preceded in death by both parents and sister, Debra Sue. On December 20, 1985 he married Harriett McCauley'and gained three stepchildren. His pride and joy were all of his grandkids. He was an outdoorsman who loved to hunt and fish with family and friends. Watching his grandkids play things to do. He graduated from Cobre High School in 197t. That same year he was crowned state cham- pion in the heavy weight division of wres- tling. He also partici- pated and was success- ful at football, track, FFA, showing and judg- ing animals. He won many titles and awards in everything he did. He also loved to team rope any chance he got. Pallbearers will be John Allen, Jimmie Don Oliver, Mike Jones, Manny Ortiz, Lance Williams, Ernie Fralie, Jimmie DeBusk and Dustin DeBusk. Hon- orary Pallbearers are Owen Washburn, John Pete Etcheverry, Troy Mitchell, Bryan Mitchell, John Michael Schnieder, Jimmy McCauley, Bud Webster, Angel Gonzales, Edwardo Gonzales, Richard Tomerlin, Tony Uresti, Richard Ellis, Levi Davis, Ruben Rodriguez and Dorothy Mejia. He was loved by so many the list of people he loved is endless. Bright Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements, "Tradi- tional Services and Care for your family and friends," 210 W. Col- lege Ave., Silver City, New Mexico 575-388-1911. To send condolences login to http:// www.brightfuneral.net/ Whipple selected for Aggie Cheer Team On April 25 & 26The NMSU Aggies CheerTeam held their 2014 try outs. DevanyWhipple, of Lordsburg, NM was among several other individuals competing for a spot on the Cheer Team. Affer an in- tense two day try out with tumbling, cheer & dance being per- formed, Devany was selected as a NMSU Aggie co-ed Cheer- leader. Devany is the daughter of David & Carolyn Whipple and has been a Lordsburg High school Cheerleader for the past 4 years. She has also had the opportunity to perform at the Capital One half time show in Orlando, FL, USA Cheer Hawaii College prep in Honolulu, HI, 3 years with the Deming Dust Devil Gymnastics, and recently got the opportunity to practice with the Deming Middle & High School Cheer Team. Devany says," She feels so lucky to get the opportunity to be an Aggies Cheerleader and represent the New Mexico State University". She would also like to thank her Parents, Megan, Phil Hobbs, Deming cheer COach (Joli Zuewalt), Bobbi Stewart, Saucedos Supermarket, AM Bank, and the Com- munity for all their support and encouragement.. Courtesy photo 5 Thefamily    , s  " of Maria Christina Antillc n \\;vt uid like tt exprc,is their sincere.t  o ,, of thanks for all the calls, cards, visits, food and acts of kindness and friendship shown to our family during this difficult time. Our morn lined this community and she would have been so proud and touched by all the love shown to her family. We would like to especially thank Gila Regional Hospice Care, for their support and care, Gloria Vargas for the beautiful singing, and k]ex De La Garza, Loyd, Roger, and Carolyn Payne for the heartfelt prayers and sermon. A big thanks to all the Lordsburg School cus-. todial staff for your hard work setting up chairs for the service and dinner. A huge thank you to, all the women of the LDS and Pyramid Tabernacle Church, for all their help in preparing food for the fellowship, and to our cousin Sara Saenz for all the meals she pre- pared for us each evening xhfle we cared for our morn. A special thanks to Tom Anderson for all love and care he showed our mom, and for always being there. We love }ou] Last but not least, to all of our family for all your support and line. We don't know what we would have done without you. Slay the Lord bless each and everyone one of you for your kindness. There are so man), people we could mention but rest assured that your kindness will never be forgotten. Remember to ahvays cherish each moment with },our toved ones for they walt later become prtceless memoraes. . % Illllll II[l[lll II Illl I i, i