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4 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 23, 2014 RVT Students of the Month Students of the Month at R.V.Traylor Elementary School for the months of April and May, 2014 were (back) Adrian Maciee, Daniel. Scott, Rubi Barron, Isabella Antillion, Sofiya Jemente, November Fousts KyLee Ree Silva, Mia Ruiz,.Alicia Jarrott, Norms Jacquez, Stephanie Montez, (front) Alecia Botello, Camilla Quarrell and Aaron Mendoza. Courtesy photo Rockin' around the Libraq block Submitted by LORDSBURG- HIDALGO LIBRARY It's going to be HOT this sum- mer but every child in Hidalgo County will be COOL when they read books and compete for prizes in the 2014 Summer Reading Pro- gram at the Lordsburg Hidalgo Library. The more books you read the better your chances will be to win great prizes ! The Grand prizes will be bicycles courtesy LMSSummer Lunch menu Monday, June 9 Hot Pockets Garden Salad w/Dressing Apple Asst. Low-Fat Milk Tuesday, June 10 Chicken Patty on a Bun Lettuce/Tomato Potato Wedges Applesauce Cup Asst. Low-Fat Milk Wednesday, June 11 Hamburger Fries lset tuce/Tom'ato/Pickle s Strawberries Asst. Low-Fat Milk Thursday, June 12 Chicken Nuggets Potato Wedges Green Beans Orange Asst. LowzFat Milk Friday, June 13 Pizza Garden Salad w/Dressing Fruit Cup Asst. Low-Fat Milk Sunday'School 9:45 AM Sunday Services 1 l AM of the Lordsburg Hidalgo Library Board of Trustees. Each week, stories will be read to the group with a program on music of sev- eral rock and roll eras. There will be guessing games and other fun ways to earn points toward the prizes. It is time to register and check out books. Logging begins on June 1 s,. Library programs will be every Wednesday in June at 2:00p.m. Wear yourbest "flower child" costume on June 11 for the "Hippie Love" dance contest. (For preschool the same programs will be available each Tuesday morning during story hour for your age group) If you have any questions, call (542-9646) or come by the library during regular hours: Monday through Friday, 10-12, LMS summer lunch program to begin June 9 Lordsburg Municipal Schools has announced that it will once again participate in "Seamless Summer", allowing for lunches for all school age chil- dren under age 18. The summer lunch program will kick off June 9, 2014 and will conclude July 18, 2014. Meals will be offered at 1-1:30 a.m. Monday through Friday at North Park, Short Park and Pyra- mid Village. For more information con- tact John Jarrott, Cafeteria Man- ager, at 575-542-3263. First Baptist Church l ' of Lordsburg I  /,. 3rd & Animas Streets] Lordsburg, NM 880451 ga#, 57 death. 1-6. It really will be a "Rockin' and Rollin', Splishin' and Splashin', Movin' and Groovin' time to the Beat of lots of Good Books for summer Fun. Activity Days June 4 th Beach Bums June 11 th Hippie Love June 18 th 50's Classics June 25 'h Beatle Mania July 2 nd Awards Patterson named to ENMU Dean's List Courtesy submission Tori Patterson of Animas, NM, has been named to Eastern New Mexico University's Dean's List for the spring 2014 semester. To be eligible for the Dean's List, a student must complete a minimum of 15 credit hours with a GPA between 3.25 and 4.00. Founded in 1934, Eastern New Mexico University is a state institution offering 91 associate, bachelor and master degree op- tions. Combining a traditional learning environment with 21st century technology, ENMU pro- vides a rich educational experi- ence for students from around the world. Courses are offered on campus and online. New Mexico gets first and only youth wheelchair basketball team Courtesy submission New Mexico will now have its first and only competitive youth wheelchair basketball team, The Carrie Tingley Rollin' Lobos, thanks to wheelchair sup- port from the Carrie Tingley Hos- pital Foundation ("Foundation"). The Carrie Tingley Rollin' Lobos will come together for a photo opportunity at the Jewish Com- munity Center, where they some- times practice, on Tuesday, April 29 at 3:30 p.m. The Carrie Tingley Rollin' Lobos became a competitive team thanks to the help of Paralympic basketball champion and gold medal winner (2008 Bejing Olympics) Lorraine Gonzales and her husband David Gonzales, who won a college na- tional championship in 2006 and played competitive wheelchair basketball in Europe. The Gonzales' worked with the Foundation which donated more than $20,000 to the team - $15,000 of which went to pur- chase specialized wheelchairs. The wheelchairs are designed specifically for playing on a bas- ketball court and can travel at high speeds without tipping. The chairs are required by the Na- tional Wheelchair Basketball As- sociation (NWBA) in order to compete in tournaments. "For both David and I, play- ing competitive wheelchair bas- ketball for several years has given us the opportunity athletically and intellectually as well as al- lowed us to travel the country and the world," said Lorraine Gonzales. "Most importantly, it has provided us an avenue to higher education. There are cur- AID BY J. DAVIS Elks hosting Memorial LECT'A" Hidalgo County Sheriff Integrity and Proven Leadership 16 Years Experience as Hidalgo County Sheriff Day raffle The Lordsburg Elks Lodge #18!3 is currently selling Memo- rial Day raffle tickets. The raffle prize is an ice chest, 2 camping chairs, barbecue tools and a $30 beef gift certificate to Saucedo's Super Market. Tickets are $2 each or 3 for $5. Tickets are available at the Hidalgo County Herald or from Elk members. The drawing will be held on Monday, May 26, 2014. NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS & VOTERS OF HIDALGO COUNTY Our elected officials are doing a good job. However, the Sheriff's Department is a detriment to the county. I advocate a changein the Sheriff's Department. Bob Hall, with 16 ),ears experience as Sheriff, can solve this problem, or Warren Walter knows the people and has Supervisory experience. J. Davis Metco Water LLC A Sparkletts Water Distributor www.metcowater.com Scan Metcalf Manager sean@metcowater.com 928-348-8904 PO Box 132 Fort Thomas, AZ 85536 Need assistance? Emai/ support@metcowater, corn rently 10 universities that offer scholarships for wheelchair bas- ketball and the number is grow- ing." "The Gonzales' bring a unique perspective to the Carrie Tingley Rollin' Lobos team that only someone with their experi- ences could offer - from their knowledge about playing in tournaments, to opening the .kids' eyes to available collegiate programs that offer scholar- ships," said Foundation Execu- tive Director, Jeff Hoehn. "Through the Foundation's Adaptive Sports Camp and other collaborative opportunities, Car- fie Tingley Hospital Foundation has always supported c[aildren with special needs, and we are happy to have been able to pro- vide these specialized chairs to get the ball rolling with New Mexico's only competitive youth wheelchair basketball team." The Foundfition anticipates that the team may become a "feeder" team to the collegiate level of play in the future. The co-ed 10 person team ranges in age from 10 to 19 years old. Thanks to the guid- ance and leadership of the Gonzales' and the Foundation, several team members such as 16-year-old Arturo Vargas are now looking into applying for scholarships at colleges and uni- versities that have wheelchair basketball teams. "I've been playing with most of our team for years, and it wasn't until the Gonzales' showed us the possibilities that I've seen a drastic improvement in our confidence as a team and as individuals; I never imagined we would get to the point where we could compete," said Vargas, who was diagnosed with spina bifida as a child. "We wouldn't have been able to compete if it were not for Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation. They've been a big part of my, life as a child by helping with my medi- cal needs, and are a big part of my success now on the team." The Gonzales', along with Foundation Executive Director Jeff Hoehn, and members of the Carrie Tingley Rollin' Lobos team will be available for me- dia questions and photo oppor- tunities at 3:30 p.m. on April 29 at the Jewish Community Center located at 5520 Wyo- ming Blvd. NE in Albuquerque. The Carrie Tingley Hospi- tal Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps New Mexico children with special needs and their families reach their full potential. The organi- zation supports the University of New Mexico Carrie Tingley Hospital, but also funds services and programs that assist indi- vidual families and children. For more information, visit http://carrietingleyhospital foundation.org. Aron Chavez Colton Allen T0b0sa Belles award scholarships + Each year the Tobosa Belles awards two $500 scholarships to students that are Hidalgo County residents planning on pursuing continuing education and a career in agriculture. This year's re- cipients are Aron Chavez of Lordsburg and Colton Allen of Animas. Chavez excelled in football, baseball and track and helped a local rancher during his spare time. He plans to pursue a degree in Criminal Justice at University of New Mexico and plans for a ca- reer with the NM State Police. Allen was very active in FFA and 4- H and also helped a local rancher when he wasn't in school. He is pursuing a Fire Science Degree from Dana Ana Community Col- lege, with plans to become a Firefighter/EMT. 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