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8 HIDALGO COUNTY HERALD FRIDAY, MAY 23, 2014 Aron Chavez interviews with Mr. Silva and MarkThomas. Photos by TYLER DEFOOR &amp; CIARA GARCIA Lordsburg High School students get first hand job interview experience By MARK THOMASILHS Last week in Mr. Silva's Personal Finance class at Lordsburg High School, stu- dents learned how to properly interview for a job. "The students researched the dos and don'ts of interview- ing. In this process they need to be aware of and research the company where they want to work," said Silva. During the week of the in- terviews, there were three dif- ferent interviewers assisting Mr. Silva: LMS Superintendent Mr. Piper; Principal Mr. Houk, and Magistrate Judge Mark Thomas. Mr. Silva thought his stu- dents did very well during their interviews and are more pre- pared to go out into the real world. "All the students did an excellent job, "said Silva. "The students were nervous in the in- terview, only because it was their first interview, which can be ex- pected." In this particular class the students are learning how to budget their personal finances. They have learned they should not spend more money than they have earned, according to the career they want to follow. "The senior class of 2014 have worked hard in their per- , hopefully ready for'the real sonal finance class, and are world," added Silva. Angel Jimenez interviews with Mr. Piper and Mr. Silva. LOCAL FOOIll ' .... "'"' Hi,t@ Count Voo, Coalition [ in llloalgo uounty." ', ....... ,.,,.:.,,>.., ...... a, vA A) E Now .m lhE .,,, ....:, ......... b c=/ I fairr.r.nds MUSIAeD Wednesday 51a:i114 11AM-1PM hld,l,,f.,,.,..,kJ..d.,,.,, rnttu * t, ,ru HC Food CoalUlon Meetilg "t;ood'Paet. uttn c, r n.. @ Old Seninr Center Tams and weet Potatoes Tip: kpP|Y Wednesday, $/al/l 4 a:30 PM are NOT the same tl0ngl heat keep SWNM FO0t Policy Council @ HMSi $ver City Tuesdayi 271i4 9:30 .... m rne w.J, uugrelWork on. i Saturday SI31/t4 Bountiful Baskets from Hidalgo Medical & Dental Services '-/aTz/e gdz/ for port/mj oar s/cy. HMS will be CLOSED 26, 2014 In observance of [] ii! i ;i! ) < !! i: If you have a medical emergency while we are closed, please Dial 911 immediately For non-emergencies please call UNM- NurseAdvice Hot Line when HMS is closed and at 575-542-8384 and a nurse from the NurseAdvice Hotline may answer your non-emergency health questions HIDALGO MEDICAL SERVICES S 530 E. DeMoss Street Lordsburg, NM 88045 575-542-8384 Toll Free 888-271-3596 HMS is a state and federally funded organization that provides health related services to the uninsured and underinsured based on a sliding fee scale. MIFIHIV " Recruitment event to be held for New Mexico Youth Challenge Academy. May 28 Courtesy submission credits and will be eligible for 575-347-7610 or 575-973-0336. The New Mexico Youth Challenge Academy will hold a recruitment/orientation event in Lordsburg on Wednesday, May 28, 2014 at the Hidalgo County Sheriff's Department, 720 East 2 na Street, at 6:00 p.m. The academy is available to boys and girls ages 16-18 that have dropped out of high school, have no felony adjudications, re- side in New Mexico and are vol- untarily applying for the program. Applicants must have a men- tor to be considered for accep- tance. Prospective mentors are required to attend the recruiting event. Through the 6-month acad- emy, youth will be able to obtain their GED, earn up to 12 college i LA FRONTERA NE" MEXICO P REscRRXpTION PREYENTION Painkiilers' Longm "Because of their effect off the brain, prescrip. ti0n painkillers can be highly addictive when used for non-medical purposes. Even patients who are prescribed painkillers for a long time can develop a "physical dependence," meaning that the body becomes accustomed to having the drug. Stopping the drug abruptly can cause severe withdrawal symp- toms, so, any changes when using these medi. cations must be reported to and carefully monitored by a doctor.' -.Above the Influence FOR MORE INFORMATION REGARDING PRESCRIPTION PREVENTION SER- VICES, SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREAT- MENT, OR FOR SAFE DISPOSAL OF PRESCRIPTION MEDICATION, PLEASE CONTACT EDGAR GOMEZ AT (575) 542- 3304 OR EDGAR.GOMEZ@LAFRONTERA.ORG Hidalgo County Heritage Society Save Our Building Help Restore the Enrichment Center for more information call (575) 542-9716 at email hcheritagesociety@yahoo,com military enlistment if desired. Information about the pro- For more information cdh- gram, along with applications, is tact JPO Luis Marrufo at 575-542- available at 9896 or recruiter Sabrina Lara at Foster, adoptive parents needed in New Mexico Submitted by CYFD :,: pating in activities such as play- Becoming a foster or adop- ing baseball and soccer, riding tive parent can make a huge dif- his bike, and swimming. He en- ference in the life of a child, joys being outdoors and looks Join us for an information ,forward to camping trips and meeting to be held this month of fishing. Mark is in the fourth February in your area. Please call Ronny Diaz, CYFD Foster & Adoptive Parent Recruiter at (575) 434- 5950 ext. Mark, Alex:& Ashley 121 for more information or visit us on the web at Se Habla Espanol Foster or Adopt a New Mexico Youth Name: Mark (Left) -Alex (Cen- ter) - Ashley (Right) Age: Ashley 11; Mark 10; Alex 10 Story: Meet three energetic sib- lings! Ashley and with her younger twin brothers Mark and Alex. Ashley can be described as invested in her academics and a bit of a perfectionist. This per- sonality trait has helped her maintain her place on the A-B honor roll. In her free time, she enjoys drawing, reading, and writing poetry. She plays soc- cer like her brother, Mark, and aspires to be a veterinarian or possibly the future President of the United States! Guidance on healthy lifestyles to include ex- ercise and diet will be benefi- cial to her. Mark:is an energbtic young: man who enjoys partici- grade and an Individu- alized Educa- tion Plan is in place to assist him in the area of speech and lan- guage. His ca- r e e r ggals include becoming a me- clianic, pilot, or engineer. Es- tablished family routines are ideal for Mark. Alex enjoys being a twin brother. Playing outside, play- ing soccer, going for walks, and riding his bike are just a few of the activities he also enjoys. Alex has an Individualized Edu- cation Plan in his academic set- ting to assist with speech and language skills. To assist with Alex's educational needs, it is recommended Alex receive in- struction broken down into steps. A two-parent adoptive home who demonstrates pa- tience, routine, and structure is ideal for these three siblings. Financial assistance may be available for adoption-related services. For more information about foster or adoptive parenting through the New Mexico Chil- dren, Youth and Families De- : partniet, please: catt'1,800- 432-2075 or visit www.cyfd.rg I We have all the tools to keep your Business ON TRACK & IN THE BLACK i We offer Professional Serviees for all aspeets of your small business! Including: Payroll #Monthly, Quarterly & Annual Tax Preparation Financial Statements Bank meconcii:iiations BOOKKI:00 575-542-3125 l I 212 E. Motel Drive * Suite A * Lordsburg , II I HAP BIRTHDAI' AVIER On receiving your Associate's Degree in Criminal Justice. God be with you as 3 continue to pursue your Bachelor's Degree at NMSU. We are very proud of you and your accomplishments and we know you have a bright future ahead. Take pride in how far you've come and have faith in how far you can go. We love you, Dad Javier, Morn Cuca, Kenia, Adriel, Kraisma & ;achetle ANNAS VALL00EY EXCAVATIOI00 & ELECTRIC In addition to dirt work, we now provide Residential Electrical Services. Colt Rudiger (575) 544-5157 Licensed, Bonded & Insured